I have always thought it would be super cool to purchase a property like this one and make it a total glam get away for folks. This one has 11 cabins, and each would be totally pimped out with total luxury & elegance.
A different kind of glamping...
Status:ActiveBeds:14 Bed Baths:9 Bath House Size:5,000 Sq Ft Lot Size:1.04 Acres Year Built:1957
One acre of highly visible property on Rt. 86 that would be perfect for your business or to run as a mixed commercial use with retail shop. There are 11 cottage units, a completely renovated main house and eight garages with 185 feet of road frontage.
Beds 14 bed Baths 9 bath
House Size 5000 sq ft Lot Size 1.04 Acres
Price $350,000 Price/sqft $70
Single Family Home
Year Built 1957
Neighborhood Not Available Style Colonial, Cottage
Stories 2 Garage Yes
County: Saranac Lake, Raybrook
Approximately 1.04 acre(s)
9 total full bath(s)
Basement is Partial, Unfinished
Yes car garage(s)
View: Commercial, Residential
Lot size is between 1 and 2 acres
Utilities present: Public Water, Septic
Parcel Access: Public
School District: Saranac Lake
Community Name: Ray Brook
Parking features: Yes
Electric Baseboard, Oil/Hot Water
Fireplace, Wood, Carbon Monoxide Detector, Smoke Detector, Wall Oven, Electric Water Heater
Outdoor Lighting, Outdoor Lighting, Trees
Data Source: MLS
MLS ID: 143282
Ray Brook is a hamlet in New York State, USA located on NY 86 between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid in the Town of North Elba in Essex County. It is the site of the Adirondack Park Agency, the District 5 office of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the Federal Correctional Institution, Ray Brook and the Adirondack Correctional Facility.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 5, is headquartered in Raybrook; it operates the Meadowbrook Campground across the road from its offices.
Ray Brook, NY
Ray Brook NY not only has one of the best locations in all the Adirondacks (nestled between Lake Placid and Saranac Lake), it is also a great destination for anyone who loves this area of New York. With access to waterways, hiking trails and historic towns, Ray Brook is an ideal home base for your next trip to the Adirondacks.
Lake Placid, Mirror Lake and Saranac Lake are some of the more well-known fishing and water activities spots within a 30 minute drive of Ray Brook. But for a lesser known but just as adventurous location check out some of the other waters nearby, like Oseetah Lake and McKenzie Pond. They may be off the beaten path, but some of the views they provide are breathtaking.
Camping is a great way to spend the nights in Ray Brook NY. The fresh air, quiet woods and scent of a campfire are perfect for getting away from it all. And with a local golf course there is always something to do when the sounds of nature awaken you from your slumber.
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