This property, a stone's throw from Blue Mountain Lake and the Adirondack Experience Museum, beckons you to stop and explore. The iconic curved entryway leads you into the area's second school house, built in 1895. As you step inside and back in time, you notice the original slate chalkboards, bead-board walls and metal stamped ceiling. The aroma of freshly ground coffee wafts from the newly installed cafe alongside the well established gift shop, which is filled with antiques and locally produced crafts. Uphill, you find a fairly new, but already profitable, boutique liquor store in place of the historic blacksmith's shop. Cozy, recently renovated apartments above both buildings provide housing for owners and staff, or could be used as short-term rentals. Included with this property is the adjacent parcel, with building rights. Many recent upgrades, being sold turnkey, with most inventory.