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Bay Point represents one of the finest Gentleman Farms on Lake Champlain. This exquisite 125+/- acre peninsula, one of the few completely private residences on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, is set among well-maintained fields, finely appointed stonewalls and towering pine and oak trees. With expansive westerly views of the Adirondack High Peaks and the Green Mountains to the East, the property includes a c 1920 Old-World style stone and clapboard 3,900± sq' residence, with six bedrooms, a one-bedroom carriage barn, a 20'x 44' in-ground heated pool, a lakeside gazebo and almost 5,200 feet of shoreline. Beaches range from flat rock shale access to a small stone swimming beach for the majority of the frontage. A historic marker on the property describes how Benedict Arnold scuttled his fleet in Arnold Bay to escape the British in the battle of Lake Champlain in 1776.

Property Details

VT0563
Colonial
Addison
1920
Wade Weathers
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