Lake Joseph Boathouse in New York

Feb 25, 2014

Category: Living

Despite what the movies portray, a cabin in the woods need not be a source of terror. Sometimes an isolated spot in the wilderness can capture a chilled-out vibe like no other place on earth.

Witness this poignantly picturesque wooden boathouse designed by Altius Architecture and located on the shore of Lake Joseph in Forestburgh, New York. You can fish from the deck and reel your catch right onto the grill if you want the freshest trout ever consumed. The pitched roof and long walkways lend a timeless feel to the property, while the refined interior features vast windows and wide wooden beams. It’s one of those houses that demands you read a book in it while sipping Irish coffee and gazing pensively towards the stars. Or, there’s always porn on your iPad.

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