Secluded 1930 Uncle Harry’s Estate in Lake Placid, New York

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Whit Bissell

Secluded 1930 Uncle Harry’s Estate in Lake Placid, New York

$1,350,000 | Built 1930 | 2,750 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 0.70 Acres
313 Mount Whitney Way, Lake Placid, NY 12946

Boasting stunning views of the Wilmington Notch and Whiteface, ‘Uncle Harry’s’ is a private, secluded estate just minutes from the Village of Lake Placid. Circa 1930’s, it’s unique architecture and design combine the comfort of a mountain lodge surrounded by nature and mountain vistas. As you step inside, you’ll be greeted by breathtaking vaulted ceilings adorned with hand-hewn barn beams, exuding a sense of rustic elegance. The floor-to-ceiling cobblestone fireplace serves as a captivating centerpiece, inviting you to cozy up on chilly evenings. The main bedroom is a true sanctuary, complete with an en-suite bathroom, a charming fireplace, and a private outdoor deck that offers a great perspective of the surrounding Adirondack landscape. The property is conveniently located along Mount Whitney Way with easy access to Mirror Lake Drive and downtown Lake Placid, allowing you to explore the area’s vibrant atmosphere and enjoy a wide range of dining and shopping and Olympic attractions.

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