The Tucker / Peck house is a one-floor stone-faced residence located at 455 Binnewater Road along the west shoreline of Williams Lake. The house is located just north of a sharp S-curve in the road.
The concept plan adds a new road parallel to Binnewater Road, running along the ridge to its west. 10 single-family homes are located along this road, which has entrances at each end that connect it to Binnewater Road. The southern entrance is directly across Binnewater Road from the Tucker / Peck house. Cars exiting the new road will have their headlights pointed directly at the house. Because of the S-curve just south of this entrance, drivers exiting the new road at this point and turning north will have poor visibility to oncoming traffic.
The concept plan also adds a "wastewater treatment plant", about the size of 5 houses, across the street and slightly south of the Tucker / Peck house. The prevailing winds in this area are from the southwest, so the Tucker / Peck house will be directly downwind of this plant.
The Tucker / Peck house is one of only 4 properties bordering Williams Lake which have not been contracted for acquisition by Hudson River Valley Resorts.
Last updated 7 Feb 2009.