A rare find of a rustic, yet luxurious all-American home in the woods built and decorated in the tradition of the ‘great camps’ of the Adirondack Mountains. This three-story log home has been furnished with American antiques painstakingly sourced throughout the northeast and southwest. This comfortable family mountain retreat within a wilderness environment is ready to be used for summer and winter activities and entertaining from day one. In the great room, an 800-pound chandelier of hammered iron, stained glass and black-tipped Texas horn hangs from a 28-foot high vaulted, knotty pine, planked ceiling and is flanked by a massive stone fireplace. This expanse, together with the open dining and kitchen areas, comprises a free-flowing space for family and friends. A gracious deck, accessed from the great room, extends the interior to a private, majestic and peaceful setting. The finishes, including stone, granite, marble, metal, varieties of wood and faux painting, complement the textiles, ceramics, glass and wood that comprise the furnishing and decorative items in the residence. Throughout the interior, the logs blend with the forested surroundings. On the main level, a guest bedroom with full bath shares the view corridors of the San Sophia Range. An open staircase leads to the upper level, comprised of two bedroom suites separated by a loft that amply serves as a second living area, compatible with a den, library or office. The primary bedroom captures dramatic mountain vistas and its large travertine marble bathroom space has a jetted tub, steam shower and water closet with bidet. The second bedroom suite, with equivalent luxurious finishes, separate shower, jetted tub and similar views, distinguishes itself with its folk art furnishings. The pine-paneled lower level with full bath is utilized for overflow family and guests and doubles as a media/game room. A stone outdoor patio off the dining area is an additional gathering space for family barbecues. A large hot tub can be accessed from the ski room.