Boat in, a boat from a red-painted condo right on Lake Placid in New York that hit the market for about $5.5 million.
Sitting on roughly half an acre, the three-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home is rare because it’s so close to water—something that’s no longer allowed in the state. Plus, it comes with a boat, which can be parked right below the house, according to a listing last week with Colleen Holmes of Engel & Völkers Lake Placid.
“This unique and luxurious residential harbor on Lake Placid [offers] Lake like no other 180 degrees and [Adirondack] She said in an email. “It’s rare that you walk in your front door and see your boats in your house and the rear panoramic doors fold into the gorgeous room to open up your living space to create the perfect indoor/outdoor living experience. It even includes a guest cottage with a bungalow garage and electric boat Deluxe Duffy 21″.
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In 2016, the harbor received a bespoke redesign and rebuild. They are sold “mostly furnished” and feature geometric design and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, according to the listing.
The main living area is open plan, finished in warm woods—think Douglas Fair, Hickory, and Walnut—which evokes a nautical element, as the photo listing shows. The space opens onto a deck overlooking the lake and includes a chef’s kitchen with walnut island, a dining nook by a stone fireplace, and a living area with fireplace as well.
The master bedroom suite occupies the entire second level and offers a glass ceiling for stargazing, a private deck with a fire pit, a cedar walk-in wardrobe, and a bathroom with mountain-facing shower. There are two additional en-suite bedrooms on the main floor.
Outside, the rooftop has a balustrade lit with glass panels so views aren’t blocked, and there’s also built-in speakers, a heating system, and a propane BBQ connection, the listing said.
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Below deck are three watering holes with motorized boat lifts and two boat slides – one of which can house the Duffy 21 electric boat that came with the house. There is also a full bathroom, changing room, and a covered deck for lounging, swimming, tossing canoes, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards.
A guest cottage with a one-car garage was recently added, and two bedrooms, two kitchens, and lake views are currently being completed.
The property was last sold for $2.5 million in 2015, according to PropertyShark records. The seller did not immediately respond with a request for comment. I mentioned existing dirt for the first time.
This article originally appeared Mansion Global.