The Catskills Resort From “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” Is For Sale

updated Jun 1, 2020
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While you’re patiently (or in my case, impatiently) awaiting more details on season 4 of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” you can do one of three things: 1. binge-watch the last three seasons over and over again; 2. buy or (dream about owning) the Steiner Resort in the Catskills because it’s for sale; or 3. both. 

Yes, you read that right: the iconic summer camp from season 2 of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is currently on the market for a cool $6 million. Located in the Catskills region in upstate New York, the property’s nonfictional name is Scott’s Oquage Lake House Resort, and it’s looking for a new owner to take on the waterfront property. 

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The Scott family first opened the Oquaga Lake Farm House in 1869, and over the next decade expanded their hospitality offerings with lakeside land, a general store, and The Casino (now called The Play House)—a building with bowling alleys, a soda fountain, and hardwood dance floors for entertainment.  And despite a major fire in 1921 that caused major destruction, the resort reopened in 1922 and continued to expand with new construction and real estate that helped make it the popular spot it is today. 

The resort has many historic accommodations to house many, many guests (or an extremely large family). There’s the two-level Guest House that can fit up to 40 guests, the Christie Inn and Windermere that can both fit up to 50 guests, and then the lake cottages, The Laurels and The Redwood. 

In addition to the sleeping quarters, the property also has the Play House (as mentioned above) as well as the Lakeside Room, which functioned as an evening lounge to grab drinks and light bites—and, according to their website, lively karaoke sessions.

For more accommodation details and additional photos of the property, check out the listing here. And if you end up being the next owner, who knows: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” might be coming back for round two.