Boater’s Paradise Heads to Auction
Eagle Point mansion has customized landscaping, two gourmet kitchens, a spa with a stone waterfall, and of course, a killer view of the water.
Located in the Thousand Islands, this gorgeous 15-acre estate is going up for auction on August 22. Previously listed for $22.9 million, the mansion will be sold to the highest bidder through Platinum Luxury Auctions with a reserve price of $7.9 million.
“I hate to sound cliché,” says Trayor Lesnock, Platinum’s president and founder, “but you could eat off of the floors.”
The main building has six bedrooms, six full and five half-baths, while the 5,761-square-foot guesthouse has two bedrooms and two full baths. The two buildings also share six oversized garage bays. Their interior perks include a snowmelt system and in-floor heating for the winter, a high-tech security system, a two-story grand salon, a home theater, an elegant spiral staircase and multiple fireplaces.
The estate is also a boater’s paradise. The Thousand Islands region is full of beautiful escapes and hidden treasures, and Eagle Point has 16,000 feet of shoreline along it. You can find the estate’s enormous concrete dock in Buck’s Bay, an easily accessible doorway to the open water.
“In the Thousand Islands, boating is an integral part of the lifestyle,” says Lesnock. “In fact, quite a few of the island homes there are only reachable by boat.”
Once home to smugglers and the notorious William “Pirate Bill” Johnston, the water is now quiet and calm, with roughly 1,864 islands to discover and explore.
For outdoor fun on land, Eagle Point comes with two levels of covered patios, a waterfront fire pit, summer kitchen and cabana shower. There’s also plenty of extra space where you can host outdoor barbeques, or put up a putting green.
To find out more about the upcoming auction, and the property, check out PlatinumLuxuryAuctions.com.