Want to Live In A LightHouse In Upstate New York?
Have you ever dreamed of living in a lighthouse? Well, now you can, thanks to the unique lighthouse located in the one-of-a-kind town of Otter Lake in the Adirondacks. Built-in 1914, this remarkable residence is a historical attraction and an opportunity to live in and participate in its unique and atmospheric charm.
This particular lighthouse is quite unusual—it's not situated on a waterfront and yet still offers a picturesque and distinctive living experience. The lighthouse stands at 14121 New York 28 and is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for its lucky potential owners.
The concept of living in a lighthouse is genuinely entrancing. Imagine waking up each morning to the sound of chirping birds and the cheerful sunshine streaming through the windows. This home is a bright and airy multi-leveled property that offers ample opportunity to customize and to create a home that's truly your own.
The lighthouse is the town's main attraction, and for those who would be living in the house, it could be very romantic to think of them as the keepers of the light. Whether it's just a summer home or a full-time residence, you can be sure that this unique property's spectacular views and landscapes will be enjoyed every single day.
Many of the original lighthouse features remain intact, and buyers can take full advantage of these features when designing the property. For example, with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a spacious loft, the residence is perfect for those seeking a retreat-like experience away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Otter Lake also offers plenty in terms of city amenities and attractions. From nearby restaurants and shops to park trails and swimming spots, Otter Lake has something for everyone. The area is regarded as one of the region's most quaint and picturesque towns.
The lighthouse is a true landmark and one of the area's most unique and recognizable homes. The buyer of the property would become part of a captivating and tranquil community and can look forward to hearing all about the history of the lighthouse and its current role in the town.
(photo credit: David Dunn, Herron Realty/Central New York Information Service (CNYIS))
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