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History and location, two attributes that LandVest is most often trying to highlight. The great properties of Lake Champlain are no exception. The LandVest team in Burlington, Vermont (comprised of Wade Weathers & Averill Cook) has and continues to be provided with the privilege of marketing some of Vermont’s most historic and exceptional properties.
Three that we find particularly fascinating:
Once in the ownership of Reverend Wing for whom the area is named, and later the property of Sir Willfred Grenfell, knighted by the Queen of England in 1927, missionary to Labrador, Wings Point has been a well known point of reference to all boaters of Lake Champlain. Currently there is a wonderful compound on the 4+ acres with a main house right on the water, a separate guest or caretakers house at the driveway entrance, a former boat house and a studio. With over 600’ of lake shore the property is clearly in the category of an irreplaceable asset.
Overlooking Converse Bay on Lake Champlain, The Pinnacle is one of Lake Champlain’s most notable homes and the most famous in Charlotte. Rich in history, The Pinnacle was constructed in 1896 by William J. Van Patten, a former mayor of Burlington and lumber magnate whose interests explain the extensive use of a variety of fine woods in the interior. Mr. Van Patten’s commute to and from his Burlington office included a ride on the Ticonderoga that pulled right up to The Pinnacle dock.
Bay Point represents one of the finest Gentleman Farms on Lake Champlain. This exquisite 125± acre peninsula, one of the few completely private residences on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, is set among well-maintained fields, finely appointed stonewalls and towering pine and oak trees. A historic marker on the property describes how Benedict Arnold scuttled his fleet in Arnold Bay to escape the British in the battle of Lake Champlain in 1776.
Wade Weathers and Averill Cook head up the LandVest team in Burlington, Vermont.
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