It’s the time of year when the days are long and sunsets seem to last forever. Summer was made for homes like this. The original owner built this home in 1930 to enjoy the 1932 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid.

Designed by architect William Distin, this shingled beauty has graceful lines and classic styling.

Camp Swenson is on the market for first time since 1984

This estate has been brought back to its original grandeur with tremendous attention to detail.

.This is by far one of the most unique properties on world-class Upper Saranac Lake and includes a spectacular library.

The property’s lawn has a gentle slope to a sandy 221′ lakefront.

Sunsets over the lake from the porch are priceless. The 4.4 acre setting is just off from the main road makes for easy access year round. This home is listed for $2.85 million with Brian Dominic of Select Sotheby’s International Realty.