Tupper Lake, NY
Auction Date and Time
Friday July 16, 2021 at 2:00PM ET
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7 BD / 3 BA / 1 Half BA (total)
5 BD / 3 BA (main residence)
2 BD / 1 Half BA, plus outdoor shower (guest cabin)
3-bay detached garage
Lot Size: 37.3 acres (total)
14.2 acres (land) | 23.1 acres (submerged)*
Water Frontage: +/- 4,000 ft (Big Tupper Lake)
*Per County Records
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PREVIOUSLY $3.2 MILLION. NOW SELLING WITHOUT RESERVE! With nearly 4,000 ft of water frontage and two islands on Big Tupper Lake, Paradise Peninsula is the ultimate Adirondacks retreat. Lake and mountain views abound at this special, lakeside escape, and the 5-bedroom main residence is outfitted with picture windows and French doors as well as porches both open and enclosed to maximize the awe-inspiring vistas. A natural boat ramp offers an ideal launch-point for kayaks, paddle boards and jet skis, while motor craft are sheltered by a small, covered dock directly on the lake. An east-facing fire pit offers a shaded respite for observing both family fun on the water and glorious sunrises, and an additional fire pit is situated behind the main residence.
Interiors are crafted in the classic Adirondacks style, though this residence was built just thirty years ago; modern comforts mean the estate can be enjoyed year-round, unlike some of the more historic Great Camps in the region. Exposed beams, wood detailing and a stone-faced fireplace grace the cozy interiors, while 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths sleep up to 12 guests. Multiple outbuildings dot the 14-acre estate, and include a guesthouse complete with full kitchen.
An attached, one-car garage provides convenient covered parking, and a gravel drive offers additional space for additional vehicles. The garage travels the length of the home, and encompasses both storage space and an extensive woodworking shop. A separate, three-bay garage is situated adjacent to the main residence for extra covered parking.
GRINDSTONE BAY, NY. An exclusive enclave comprised of just a handful of luxurious residences, Grindstone Bay is a private community within the already peaceful environs of Tupper Lake. Accessible only by boat or private road, the homes on Grindstone Bay range from multi-structure family compounds to multi-million-dollar modern Great Camps; neighbors enjoy shared interests and an appreciation for the peace and quiet enjoyed by their small community.
A two-mile drive down a gently winding road leads from the collection of properties at Grindstone Bay to greater Tupper Lake; indeed, the village is just 20 minutes by car from the community. Located as it is in the heart of Adirondack Park, there is never a shortage of outdoor recreation; however, if a greater variety of dining and cultural opportunities are desired, the village of Saranac Lake is within 30 minutes, and the Olympic Village at Lake Placid is only 45 minutes away.
THE ADIRONDACKS, NY. Home to the largest protected natural area in the lower 48 states, the Adirondacks span more than 6 million acres across 12 regional destinations. The Algonquin peoples and the Mohawk nation traveled this land but never settled it, and the region eventually came under control of the English. After the American Revolutionary War, the land passed to the people of New York State and in 1989 part of the region was designated by UNESCO as the Champlain-Adirondack Biosphere Reserve. Nearly 60 percent of the Adirondack Mountains are covered in hardwood forest; these forests and their accompanying wetlands are home to various wildlife including turtles, moose, and many species of birds.
Birding, hunting, motorcycling, rock climbing, and golf offer an array of fun in the mountains; however, if more refined pursuits are desired, then museums, shopping, and wineries in the area are sure to please. Endless warm-weather adventures to be had in the Adirondacks include water activities such as canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, boating, and fishing. Camping is extremely popular in the Adirondacks, and there are numerous campgrounds and RV sites; backcountry and winter camping are also common. Glamorous camping (‘glamping’) is available and offers access to modern luxuries while still allowing glampers to enjoy the great outdoors.
Property co-listed and offered for sale by Adirondack Premier Properties (#10991226273), an independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. List agent Jodi Gunther (#40GU1098149). Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of Columbia Insurance Company, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. ©2020 BHH Affiliates, LLC. Equal Housing Opportunity. Platinum Luxury Auctions LLC (“Platinum”) is a Licensed New York Real Estate Brokerage (Rep. by Trayor R. Lesnock; Lic#10491207962) and a Registered Foreign LLC with the state of New York (ID#10991227239). Platinum is performing real estate, auction and auction-marketing services as part of this transaction. The terms “Platinum Luxury Auctions,” “Luxury Auction(s)” and “Luxury Real Estate Deserves a Luxury Auction,” along with their affiliated marks – if applicable – are registered trademarks and/or service marks (collectively, “Platinum Marks”) owned by Platinum. The Platinum Marks are not to be copied or reproduced by any, non-Platinum parties without express permission.
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