Property is currently the American Legion Winnek Post 396 Home. This is a 1 in 68 year opportunity. Property has not transferred ownership since 1951. A Sprawling 12.9 acres on the West banks of Seneca Lake with 503ft of lake front. Seneca is the deepest of the Finger Lakes. According to an article in the Geneva Daily times on March 9, 1951, the home was built as a single family home in approx 1882 for Henry Slosson. The building had been designed and built for him by a Rochester architect/contractor named Cutler. Slosson was a member of one of Geneva's early families who had returned from service as a US Navy Engineer. The house was called "Shadyside". Commercial Kitchen,Bar, Lakeview Lounge,3 stories which could be made into guest rooms. View ariel footage https://youtu.be/s6dLTulRB_0at Detailed info at www.al-lakeside.comProperty is between two renowned hotels: Belhurst Castle and Geneva on the Lake.