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.