Copake Country Club Rolls Out Lakefront Property for Sale

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Copake Lake’s leading country club is proud to announce that they are now offering new property for sale.

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Copake Country Club, a 160-acre golf course with breathtaking views of the Berkshire and Catskill Mountains, is now offering several pieces of land for sale. Some of the features of these exclusive properties include private shorelines, magnificent lake views, all day sunshine, conservancy protected hilltops and tree-lined vistas.

For those who purchase land, a ten-second golf cart ride to the Copake Country Club will be available where he or she will also have a lifetime family membership, a personal 2014 Yamaha golf cart, and will receive lifetime landscape maintenance (original owner only).

One .92 acre piece of property alone features spectacular views of Copake Lake, the Berkshire and Catskill Mountains, rolling hills of the golf course and includes lake rights.

Another parcel, perched atop the highest point of Copake Country Club, offers the many tremendous views of the lake and mountains, includes lake rights and is positioned majestically behind the finishing hole number 18.

Also for sale are two newly created exclusive lakefront property lots, where purchasers will enjoy over 100 feet of shoreline for swimming, fishing, relaxing under the sun on a private dock and simply absorbing the breathtaking views of the lake.

To learn more about this exciting new opportunity to purchase land being offered by one of Copake Lake’s most scenic and enjoyable country clubs, take a moment to visit

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Built in 1921, Copake Country Club was designed by golf’s golden age architect, Devereux Emmet, just a few years before he designed the Congressional Golf Club in Bethesda, Maryland. Situated on 160 unspoiled rolling acres with breathtaking views of the Berkshire and Catskill Mountains at every hole, Copake Country Club has challenged and delighted golfers ever since.

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