......Eagle Point is a year round private mountain retreat situated on the north shore of Fourth Lake in the Adirondacks. The property consists of approximately 1 acres in the Township of Eagle Bay, NY, including four separate structures with four bedrooms and three baths in the main house. There is a two bedroom one bath guest cottage, along with a two story three stall barn which is currently used for snow mobile and wave runner storage, along with other bulk items. At the waters edge is a two slip, fully enclosed boat house with sun deck on roof. There is approximately 480 feet of waterfront, on an exclusive lakeside point lot along Eagle Creek. Eagle Point is just off Route 28 in Eagle Bay, NY, eight miles from Old Forge. Utica, NY is one hour, Syracuse is two hours and Albany is two hours and 30 minutes. Fourth Lake is the queen of the Fulton chain of lakes with about 14 miles of uninterrupted navigable waterway. Eagle Bay is in the South Western region of the Adirondack Mountains with surrounding peaks at an elevation to 2,500 feet. The village is in a rural setting that doesn't even require a caution light.

......Eagle Bay and the neighboring communities are active 12 months of the year. In the summer months, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy sailing, fishing, water skiing, wake boarding and simply cruising the beautiful shorelines and islands along the lakes and ponds. Eagle Bay is in the Adirondack Park, which consists of 9,532 square miles of arguably the most incredible land and sights found worldwide. It offers endless hiking and camping destinations with an abundance of wildlife and nature in the purest of environments. During the winter months, this is a very popular snowmobiles haven. The villages and counties maintain a network of trails that are considered tops in the Northeast. There is both cross-country and down hill skiing with Mt McCauley 20 minutes away, just outside the village of Old Forge. Both Gore and Turin Mountains are about an hour away with White Face Mountain, outside of Lake Placid, about two hours.