The Legendary Great Camp of the Adirondacks!
SOLD JUNE 2006
|The historic significance of Camp Cobblestones unique architecture is highlighted by the main buildings which are constructed from individual cobblestones that were collected from the bed of the St. Regis River by workers retrieving the stones and placing them on horse-drawn barges. These barges were then equipped with sleds and pulled across the frozen lake during the winter so that stone masons could individually sort the smooth rocks according to shape and size.|
|Each building within the camp
compound features magnificent cathedral ceilings and large picture windows commanding
sweeping views of both Spitfire Lake and Whiteface Mt.|
Camp Cobblestone's unique design with its living quarters spread amongst several buildings along the waterfront affords privacy for fifteen people.
All of Spitfire Lake's shoreline is privately owned assuring the privacy of Great Camp owners for future generations.
"The architecture of this camp is magnificent. The principal buildings are constructed from cobblestone that were collected from the bed of the St. Regis River by workers retrieving the stones and placing them on horse-drawn barges that were aligned along the shore."
from a Brief History of Camp Cobblestone
|Click here for a description of Camp Cobblestone's buildings and property|
here for Camp Cobblestone in "Great Camps of
the Adirondacks"by Harvey Kaiser |
Camp Cobblestone has been featured on PBS television and in New York magazine!
click here for article in New York Magazine.
Click here for Town & Country feature article
|Click here for a map of Upper St. Regis and Spitfire Lake|
|Click here for media contact info and press release|
|Click here for general information on the Adirondacks|
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Exclusively Offered at $3,900,000.
For further information please contact:
Rob Grant & Associates
Specializing in unique properties throughout upstate New York & The Adirondacks.
43 Broadway, Saranac Lake, NY 12983
Phone: (518) (518) 891-3745
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