The Adirondacks offer an abundance of lifestyles. Not too far from the busy horse racing and nightlife scene in Saratoga, skiing at Gore Mountain, and boating on Lake George, there is a unique and special place called Skye Notch.
Sitting majestically at an elevation of 2,000 feet, at the end of a circular drive lined with rare American elms, and surrounded by fields of lupine flowers, a 13,000 square foot, hand-scribed, log home is the crown that adorns this magnificent property. Both within and without, the rugged beauty of the Adirondacks combines with the romance and luxury of European antiquity to create a veritable masterpiece of nature, craftsmanship, and fine art that calls to mind the era of the French Trapper and captures an ambiance of days gone by.
A glorious 3,638 square foot, historic Adirondack inn also proudly sits on the property. Restored to maintain the charm and charisma of the original inn, its style and décor mimic the surroundings, giving the feeling of bringing the outdoors in.