Wikiosco, Algonquin Indian for Home on Beautiful Waters, lives up to its name with its commanding views of the lake. Built on the western shore of Lake George in 1895, Wikiosco is a spectacular example of Tudor Revival architecture and is the...
Wikiosco, Algonquin Indian for Home on Beautiful Waters, lives up to its name with its commanding views of the lake. Built on the western shore of Lake George in 1895, Wikiosco is a spectacular example of Tudor Revival architecture and is the most intact example of mansions built in that time period along the then amply named "Millionaire's Row" along the western shore of the lake. At 20,000+ square feet, the main residence is three and a half stories rising from a stucco frame above a raised basement. The first story is sheathed in rough cut granite ashlar. Inside, original carved oak doors, stairs, oak beams, stain-glassed windows, crown moldings and wainscoting abound. The lawn slopes gently down to the pool, dock and lake and offers perennial gardens blooming through the season. On more than six acres, Wikiosco offers 545 feet of Lake Frontage with widespread lake and mountain views.
Terrace / Outdoor Space
Wine Cellar / Grotto
Garage - Detached, 5 + Car Garage
Exercise Area, Lake, Resort, Scenic View, Water View, State Road
Over 50 Years Old
Vacation / Second Home
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