Welcome to the Scout Camp! A former Girl Scout Camp situated on fifty acres in the heart of the Catskill Mountains in Livingston Manor, New York. This property was acquired directly from the Girl Scouts who had operated it as the Blueberry Hill Girl Scout Camp for the past seventy years. Scout Camp is not only stunning and filled with natural beauty, but it is incredibly private, allowing the owners to feel like they are walking in their very own state park.

Every inch of this estate has been meticulously restored and modernized to pay homage to the rich history that the Girl Scouts created here: a Lodge, four private Cabins, a Bathhouse, and a Pavilion.


The Lodge:

 

What had once been the recreation hall and administrative offices of the Blueberry Hill Girl Scout Camp has been transformed into a modern three bedroom, two bathroom home. From the moment you cross over the handmade blue stone patio and enter the main living area, you will be stunned by the grandeur of the space. The main room features twenty-foot ceilings; a modern chandelier; windows on every wall; a vintage Timberland wood burning stove; and reclaimed wormy chestnut wood floors. New heating and air conditioning systems were installed to ensure the comfort of the future owner.

The Lodge also features an airy open concept kitchen with a Viking stove, Bosch dishwasher and a Fisher Paykel refrigerator all finished in stainless steel. The three oversized bedrooms in the Lodge are ideal for either a family or groups of friends to gather in the space. Each sleeping quarter has room for a queen sized bed and plenty of storage space. Both bathrooms (one common and one en suite) in the Lodge were designed with the utmost attention to detail including a deep soak tub, colorful tiles, and modern fixtures. 


The Cabins:

 

As you enter the Scout Camp, you will cross a bridge over a private stream and drive through the woods on a quarter mile driveway under a canopy of trees. Along this road and before you reach the Lodge, you will find the four Cabins. These remarkable Cabins were part of the original camp, where scouts would stay for weeks at a time, sleeping in rustic quarters and exploring the Catskills. The developers meticulously restored each of these structures with glass doors, new metal roofs, wood decks, and electricity and WI-FI. The Cabins are located in a completely separate space from the Lodge, creating a great place for guests to congregate without compromising the privacy of the Lodge’s residents. 


The Bathhouse:

 

Just up the hill from the Cabins is the former communal Bathhouse that was transformed into three private bathrooms to service the needs of the future “campers.” Each renovated bathroom features new fixtures, tile work and laundry facilities that will enhance the stay of the guests. The convenience of having the Bathhouse separate from the facilities at the main lodge cannot be overstated, as it ensures privacy for both the owner and future guests of the Scout Camp.


The Grounds & Pavilion:

 

 Finally, when you exit the Lodge from the rear doors, you will step out on to a redwood patio with views of an elegant open-air pavilion and stone fireplace, once frequented by the Girl Scouts. It is in the Pavilion that you sense the rich history of the Blueberry Hill Camp and where you can imagine the nightly bon fires that took place here. Today, the Pavilion is ideal for those owners who are considering hosting commercial events such as weddings, photo shoots, and short-term rentals. 


For those buyers in search of the perfect piece of Americana to call home, look no further than the Scout Camp! Asking $849,000. For inquiries or showings, contact Avi Adiv at (347) 645-1333, or email avi@brickbrooklyn.com