This Lake Champlain year-round vacation home has been in the same family since its acquisition in the late 1940s. The property is a member-property of the Corlear Bay Club - a prestigious 100+ year old Club consisting of primarily summer camps on the shores of Lake Champlain. The original structure of Camp Longhouse was built in the 1920's and was substantially upgraded, renovated and expanded in the 1960s. The house features a gorgeous slate-floor dining room served by a country kitchen - there is a second galley kitchen off the living room. The living room is in the 'great room' style with a vaulted ceiling and a wall of windows overlooking the lake, the Green Mountains of Vermont and the Adirondack Mountains to the west. The home has three large stone fireplaces with mantles: the largest is in the livingroom, with two back-to-back fireplaces in the master and guest bedroom. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet. Each of the 4 bedrooms have 'picture' windows that overlook the lake and the surrounding Adirondack forest. This lakefront property is in a secluded bay with a beach, boat anchorage, it's own raft, and a removable dock that extends from the stone lakeside patio. The home has an outdoor shower for summer use. The property also features an upper lakefront stone patio and a rear flagstone 'breakfast' patio. The detached bunkhouse sleeps 6 in three sets of bunk beds and is electrically heated for those ski vacations. Less than two hours to Montreal, three hours to Albany, and five hours to NYC/NJ.