Anything But Run-of-the-Mill… Great Vermont and Adirondack Properties with Amazing Woodwork


The Pinnacle, Charlotte, VT. The exceptional craftsmanship throughout this seasonal Lake Champlain home can be traced back to the lumber baron who built it in 1897. The Wall Street Journal recently featured The Pinnacle in their “Mansions” section for this very reason. If you have a subscription, you can view it here.

Wikiosco, Lake George, NY. Built in 1895 for Royal C. Peabody, founder of Brooklyn Con-Edison, this Lake George lakefront gem in the southern Adirondacks features original carved oak doors, decorative carved built-ins, oak beams, crown moldings and wainscoting throughout.

1841 North Bingham Street, Cornwall, VT. The stunning curly maple and birch cabinetry in this lovely country estate was made by local Vermont craftsmen.

Cramer Point, Lake George, NY. Incredible woodwork is found in the main residence, carriage house as well as the boathouse of Cramer Point, pictured above.

Cedar Point, South Hero, VT. Clean lines and natural materials define the interior living spaces of this Lake Champlain lakefront stunner. English sycamore is used for the custom cabinetry and maple is used for all trim.

4 The Green, Woodstock, VT. This elegant 1827 stone Federal-style former residence is located on a quiet corner of The Woodstock Green. A complete renovation in 2010 brought back the impressive period finishes, and provided space for 5-6 office suites (3 kitchenettes) and a 4-bedroom 3rd floor apartment.

11 Old Tavern Rd, Weston, VT. There are exceptional views of Stratton Mountain from this tastefully renovated shingle-style 4-bedroom residence on 4± acres. The open floor plan and classic feel includes a high level of finish including handcrafted walnut and pine paneling and large windows.

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