Built in 1895 by George Boldt for his distinguished guests
and recently renovated the Chalet has a scenic setting on Millionaires row on
the breathtaking St Lawrence River seaway. It was successfully converted to7
units in1984 and was renovated in 2005 to the beautiful structure it is
The scenic drive is unsurpassed! Swim, fish, dive, boat, or
be dazzled by the freighters, yachts, antique boats and cruise ships gliding by.
Walk to golf, the Boldt Castle boathouse, or dining.. You’ll see Cruise ships,
yachts right from our decks, docks and boat house.. You can tour magnificent
castles—Bolt and Singer Castles and visit the Antique Boat museum in the
villiage of Clayton, a short drive away. Hop on the wonderful Uncle Sam’s boat for a tour of the Islands. You can dine at Hackers at the 1000 Island Golf Course-just within walking distance or the Thousand Island Club for casual or elegant dining or take a short ride to 1000 Island Park to the Wellesley Hotel for dinner and then ice cream at the Guzzle a turn of the century ice cream
The Chalet offers wonderful views from its decks, the shipping channel where freighters are seen every day. This particular Unit has a 180 degree view from the deck and
views from most rooms. There are 3 bedrooms, 1 Queen master bedroom, and 2 twin
bedrooms, master bath off the master bedroom, and a second full bath.
You’ll enjoy the updated kitchen with granite countertops,
all new stainless steel appliances, sitting and TV room, dining area with
fireplace, all with wonderful views. Another family room with fireplace, for
wonderful gatherings is a bonus! There is a 50 ft. boat dock that can accommodate several
boats. Enjoy the outside grill, at the private boat house where the
views are spectacular and where you can watch all the boats, canoes or just
Swimming, boating, tennis, golf, biking, sightseeing, touring wineries, shopping, boat tours.
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.