Sold for $700,000 on Aug 20, 2018
Rarely does a property embody the characteristics that define camp vernacular and traditional lakefront living like one-of-a-kind Camp Norway. Comprised of an 1870 Main House steeped in local summer camp history, the property offers ¼ mile of main lake frontage shared with the five other members of the Camp Norway Association - the longest private frontage on the southern end of Lake Fairlee. The main house has access to three dock systems and exclusive use of a 325 ft.² section of a shared boathouse. The farmhouse also retains exclusive right to the lake's only “thrust deck”. Expanded and updated in a style sympathetic to the home's history and incorporating high-end and historic materials with attention to aesthetic detail, a newer kitchen offers a vaulted ceiling, honed granite counters, a maple topped island, and high end stainless appliances. A cozy den, formal dining room and great room are all centered on each room's fireplace. A master bedroom suite, two additional bedrooms and an updated bath with claw foot tub and a custom-tiled shower complete the second floor.