This magnificent and peaceful twelve bedroom summer home was built in 1914 for New York lawyer-novelist Arthur Train and has remained in his family since then. Situated above the sea with 12+ acres of woodland behind it, the house enjoys splendid views of Frenchman’s Bay with its spruce studded islands. There are mountain views on the inland side of the property. The home is about a mile outside of downtown, with a long private drive. Two floors of comfort await you here! There are 12 bedrooms (sleeps up to 22 including 2 cribs) and 6 1/2 baths. There is a large dining room, living room, library, kitchen, butler’s pantry, 4 fireplaces, several porches with views as well as a lovely terrace area overlooking the Porcupine Islands.
*All rentals must check in after 4 p.m. and check out by 9 a.m. If the cleaning fee is over $500, overage is the tenants’ responsibility.