Considered by Fox News as one of America’s finest family-friendly retreats, Basin Harbor Club has been drawing visitors seeking a bit of R&R since its 1886 farmhouse opening. Stretched over 700 acres, the resort features front-and-center access to Lake Champlain’s crystal-clear shores, the sixth-largest lake in the country.
The first heritage accommodation in the state to claim designated “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” status, Basin Harbor Club sits adjacent to the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, and includes 77 distinctive cottages, all overlooking the Adirondack Mountains and the 120-mile-long lake. There are multitude of activities including classes at the Maritime Museum, kids camps, sailing, kayaking, golf, tennis, hiking, and narrated lake cruises to name a few. For those who wish to arrive by plane, there is a 3,000 ft. turf air strip right on the grounds. Dining is a special occasion drawing on local foods from 200 farms in the area.
Folks looking to be a part of Basin Harbor Club can do so from this private Lake Champlain property. Located a golf cart drive north of BHC, this tastefully renovated family compound comes completely turn-key and perfectly maintained.
Front-and-center: a main house with 3,795 sf. square feet encompass a four-bedroom, two-and-three-quarters-bathroom floor plan. Featuring wall-to-wall windows and an open first-level layout, this stunning structure caters to entertaining friends against striking, surrounding views. Within steps, the Lake Champlain shores stretch before the Palisades’ cliffs.
A cement dock, boat slip access and deep-water, sheltered cove ensure swimming, sailing, or Lakeside reading all on your daily agenda.