This Greenwood Lake Victorian offers a little bit of Gothic, a little bit of Italianate, and a whole lot of beauty with a lakeside locale.
Here’s a home for those who aren’t content to be a shrinking violet: An eye-popping c.1865 Grand Dame with a 4,385-square-foot interior resplendent with nooks-and-crannies, detailed mahogany and cherry woodwork, two fireplaces, and stained glass windows, all spread out over a whopping five floors of space.
A grandiose wrap-around porch faces across Greenwood Lake toward the Sterling Forest State Forest in southern Orange County, a rarefied view, indeed.
Fifteen-foot ceilings and walls of windows create a sense of massiveness that joins the picturesque outside to the equally-picturesque inside of this house. Also includes double doors, custom tiling, a spiral staircase to the top-floor Widow’s Walk, and an updated kitchen.
Take a walk down from the house to the lakeside, where you’ll have your own private beach and dock for your various watercraft. The roomy .41-acre lot also allows for a two-car garage, which can be used for storage, too.
Greenwood Lake is Orange County’s large fresh water body, spanning both New York and New Jersey borders. Here, feel free to boat, swim, fish (both ice and regular), and water-ski.
Can’t get enough of this Greenwood Lake Victorian? Find out more about 11 Lodge Drive, Greenwood Lake, NY from Werner Realty.