Camp Trevallyn, located in the Adirondacks in Paul Smiths, New York and currently for sale, was featured in Today’s New York Times in the Luxury Waterfront Real Estate section.
Classic Adirondack Great Camp on Upper St. Regis Lake for Sale
Camp Trevallyn, located in the upper St. Regis area of the Adirondacks is a quintessential Adirondack Great Camp, and is now being offered for sale for the first time since the 1920′s. This exceptional real estate offering, consists of over 11 acres of varied terrain in a very private setting with 2,500 feet of shoreline on Upper Saint Regis Lake. The camp (with 2 fully functioning camps, is surrounded by towering mature White and Red Pine trees with walkways connecting the buildings, boathouses, tennis court and guest dock. The property enjoys southern exposure and distant mountain views. While modern ammenities have been added, what made this area attractive to New York and Boston socialites of the late 1800′s and early 1900′s survives today. Pristine beatuy, traditional outdoor recreation; water sports, boating, fishing, hiking, tennis and skiing. A perfect family retreat or corporate get-away.
One of many tranquil gathering areas within a classic Adirondack setting
The camp was built by a man named Barney in the early 1900’s and has been held in one continuous ownership since John B. Trevor bought the property in 1930 from the well-known Adirondack builder, Ben Muncil. In rebuilding the camp, Mr. Trevor used local architects Feustman and later, Frank J. Forster, who was responsible for the way the camp looks today.
Camp Trevallyn Boat House on Upper St. Regis Lake in the Adirondacks
Camp Trevallyn is located in Paul Smiths, NY on Upper Saint Regis Lake. The lake is located in the famous “Tri Lakes Area” of the Adirondack Mountains in the town of Brighton near the Village of Paul Smiths. (see Google map) Surrounded by Adirondack forever-wild wilderness, Upper Saint Regis Lake, along with Lower St. Regis and Spitfire Lakes, became famous in the late 19thcentury as a summer playground and retreat. These lakes are the site of many grand old summer “cottages” and Great Camps, including Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Camp Topridge. The lake is part of the original ‘seven carries’ canoe route from Paul Smith’s Hotel to the Saranac Inn. It is also the original home of “Idem-class” racing sailboats, originally built in 1900, the oldest class of actively racing one-design boats.
Camp Trevallyn Adirondack Great Camp is one of the areas oldest surviving great camps
Camp Trevallyn is accessible via Heron Lane (#18) off of Route 30 (4.5 miles from the Lake Clear Junction) as well as by water from the private dock at Upper Saint Regis communal private docks. The property is within 10 miles of the Lake Clear airport / Adirondack Regional Airport.
For more information on Camp Trevallyn, contact Vinny McClelland by phone, 518-576-2297 or via email: email@example.com
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