Former 1886 Victorian Bed & Breakfast Asks $550K in Crown Point, New York

Former 1886 Victorian Bed & Breakfast Asks $550K in Crown Point, New York

$550,000 | Built 1886 | 4,318 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7 Baths | 5.5 Acres
2695 Main Street, Crown Point, New York, United States, 12928
Experience Victorian elegance with today’s comfort! In the heart of the Adirondacks, far from the rush of the city, where air is clean and the land lush & green. Walking distance from Lake Champlain’s Monitor Bay with both Fort Ticonderoga & Fort Crown Point as well as Vermont’s famed Shelburne Museum located nearby. This grand, 16 room manor house was meticulously constructed in 1886 by European craftsmen with 8 Bedrooms & 7 full bathrooms. As you enter the foyer, the majestic staircase with carved oak balustrade, sweeps to a crescent shaped rail on the second floor. Throughout the house a variety of floral wallpapers, antique furnishings & Victorian finery complements the beautifully crafted wood paneling. This gem has so much to offer & sold as-is! Residence previously used a Bed & Breakfast. The property is on the market for $550,000 with Scott Varley of Keller Williams Capital District. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.
























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