This clapboard house was built in several stages, first parts in 1870’s, last parts in 1920. Was used as a Boys’ Camp until 1968. It reflects a very rustic atmosphere. The house has 80 small paned windows, a natural stone chimney going up three stories on one side of the house, several slate stone terraces, a colonnade on the west side of the house, three connected ponds with spring fed water, one with a fountain and a splendid magnificent garden.
Beautiful yard, pond, stone wall, great trees, greenhouse, homeowner also makes beautiful mahogany tables that may be used for shoots, waterfall down the road as well