Written by 1000 Islands
posted on November 19, 2015 12:30
Custom designed by the prestigious Grater Architectural firm in 1997, this gracious waterfront estate is one of the finest offerings in the Thousand Islands region.
The almost 6000 square foot residence features 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 5 fireplaces, 16 acres with 464 feet of deep water frontage.
The spectacular panoramic views of Wolfe and Grindstone islands are an additional amenity. The estate is located within easy distance of the historic village of Clayton, New York, home of the Antique Boat Museum, the finest fresh water boat museum in the country.
Sited on the palisades among native cedars, river birches and stone outcroppings, this 16 acre property gives the most discriminating purchaser the ultimate in privacy, high quality construction and design.
||An architecturally centered foyer with dramatic stairway leads to the second floor landing with tray ceiling, floor to ceiling transomed windows with entry to bedrooms with full baths, dressing areas and guest rooms all with spacious closets, tile flooring, hardwoods and wall to wall carpeting.
The second floor library contains floor to ceiling cherry bookcases, wood burning fireplace with stone surround, wall of double hung windows with transoms, high ceilings and gleaming hardwoods.
This year round waterfront residence is a marriage of the late 19th century Shingle Style with Colonial Revival overtones sited beautifully overlooking the St. Lawrence river.
A full facade veranda with native stone foundation, glass enclosed conservatory and landscaped grounds melds into the natural surrounding. A timber-frame barn with loft completes this gracious waterfront estate.
Address: 37331 Rte 12E, Clayton NY.
Listing Price: $1,900,000