Chestnut Inn Oquaga Lake Deposit, New York (SOLD)

Chestnut Inn Oquaga Lake Deposit, New York (SOLD)
Property Details
  • 20+ Bedrooms / 17+ Bathrooms
  • Listing price: $2,795,000
  • Square feet: 17,000
  • Acreage: 12
  • Built: 1927
Land Info
  • Lot size: 12 acres
  • Land type: lakefront
  • Woods: 80%
  • Field: 20%
  • Sewer: Oquaga Lake Sewer District.
  • Recreational Water? off
Building Info
  • Type of home: Inn
  • Age of home: 1927
  • House size: 17,000 sq. ft.
  • Stories: 3
  • Heat type: hot air and radiator.
  • Neighborhood type: Oquaga Lake.
Other Features
  • Personal Property Included: off
  • Special Features/Restrictions: See listing agency.
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    Historic Chestnut Inn The Chestnut Inn is located on Oquaga Lake, a crystal clear 134 acre mountain lake in Upstate New York. A well known resort inn since its construction in 1927, the Chestnut Inn would make a phenomenal family compound, possible Air BnB or continue as an Inn. It was restored in the 2000’s and most of its beautiful woodwork is from the long gone American Chestnut tree. The massive 17,000 square foot, 3 story building includes a commercial kitchen, formal dining room, leisure dining room with full wet bar, stone fireplace, stage and restrooms, living quarters and the classic check-in desk. The 2nd and 3rd floors contain renovated living quarters of 1 and two bedroom suites with full bathrooms.

    A stones toss from the waters edge, the inn has many original wavy-glass windows that catch the morning sunrise on the eastern lakeside. It includes that classic cedar shake siding but also a newer paint job and newer roof . The covered stone patio can accommodate seating for 30 or better yet, shade your family on a hot summers day of swimming and beachside fun. Multiple docks provide easy boating access to the Class AA clean waters for boating, fishing and swimming with a generous 400′ of lake frontage.

    An additional service building provides storage and laundry services and plenty of parking area on the 12 total acres. Here is your chance to own one of the last grand upstate resorts and make it your own summer vacation home. $2,795,000.