Watch Rock is a timeless estate that echoes with Adirondack history and is ripe with the promise of new memories. Perched atop its rock outcropping amid the stately pines, the sweeping views of Long Lake and the High Peaks are awe inspiring in any season, from the autumnal crimson and rust to the lush technicolor green of summer to the twinkling white blanket of winter. The property is an oasis of privacy and rich with creature comforts while maintaining an understated North Country elegance. Careful attention has been paid to the infrastructure and a new, winterized home added for year round enjoyment. The main camp was built in 1898 and the interior shines with wood wainscoting throughout. There are 3 fireplaces in the Main Lodge as well as 3 bedrooms, 2 and 1/2 baths, modern eat in kitchen, dining room and walk up attic. There are three other guest quarters including the Guide's House, a large building formerly for help with modern kitchen, fireplace in the living room, 3 baths, 4 bedrooms and a basement. Two other cottages will house guests or can be used for other purposes. The dry-land boathouse has been stabilized and redone inside and even has the original boat hoist to bring the larger boats into the boathouse for storage or service. A floating boathouse is used in the summer for cover for a pontoon boat, speed boat and several other watercraft. The old ice house has been refurbished into a modern recreation room for family fun and gatherings. Along with several lean-tos, there is a tennis court, another cleared area for building a home with drilled well and the winter house, new in 2016. This is a true blend of history and new additions all for your comfort and year round use. Sitting on 100+or- acres, with 2800 feet of shoreline, privacy can be yours with this estate accessed by gated roads.