A fully restored classic Adirondack camp on the shores of New York’s Long Lake, a ski-in, ski-out retreat in the Vail Valley, and a waterfront estate on its own peninsula in Winderemere, Florida. These are just a few of the high-end properties heading toward the block in the coming days. Read more about them in our high-end real estate roundup.
Camp Kwenogamac sits on 42 acres with 1200 feet of frontage on New York’s Long Lake. Originally built in 1903, the complex consists of 13 buildings with approximately 12,650 square feet of living space that includes 12 bedrooms and 5 12 baths. The complex offer panoramic views of the surrounding Adirondacks and Long Lake. The owners of Camp Kwenogamac spent $7m renovating the property. Among other structures, it features a 4000 sq.ft. boathouse, a 3 bedroom guest house, a teahouse,and a former ice house converted to an office. The compound is self-sufficient with generators, solar panels, a wood furnace and a 750-foot water well. Recently listed at $6,495,000, the camp will be sold on August 5th without reserve.
In 2002 CNBC voted this Vail Valley Estate, recently listed at $14,250,000, one of America’s top ski homes. Situated on a little more than an acre with ski-in, ski-out access to both Beaver Creek and Arrowhead, it offers 13,700 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 8 full baths and 2 half-baths. Built in 2008, the home features dramatic views of the Rockies, along with cantilevered terraces, a lagoon-style indoor pool, a fitness room and wine cellar. Its auction date is August 6th.
Palazzo Nobiliare comes by its name, suggesting immensity, honestly. With nearly 16,000 square feet, it sits on its own approximately 2-acre peninsula in Winderemere, Florida, about 14 miles from Orlando. The estate offers 5 bedroom suites with lakefront balconies, 7 full and 2 half baths, a 26 foot climate controlled wine cellar, a gourmet kitchen, media room, resort pool, cabana with summer kitchen, detached guest/staff quarters, a boat house with dock, with over 1100 feet of frontage on the Lake Butler Chain of Lakes. Once listed at over $15,000, the property will be sold in an absolute auction, without reserve, on August 20.