Rarely does a property embody the characteristics that define camp vernacular and traditional lakefront living like one-of-a-kind Camp Norway. Comprised of an 1870 Main House steeped in local summer camp history, the property offers one fourth mile of main lake frontage shared with the five other members of the Camp Norway Association - the longest private frontage on the southern end of Lake Fairlee. The main house has access to three dock systems and exclusive use of a 325 square feet section of a shared boathouse. The farmhouse also retains exclusive right to the lake’s only “thrust deck”. Expanded and updated in a style sympathetic to the home’s history and incorporating high-end and historic materials with attention to aesthetic detail, a newer kitchen offers a vaulted ceiling, honed granite counters, a maple topped island, and high end stainless appliances. A cozy den, formal dining room and great room are all centered on each room’s fireplace. A master bedroom suite, two additional bedrooms and an updated bath with claw foot tub and a custom-tiled shower complete the second floor.