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Wilderness Realty, Inc.

Maine Land Sales Specialists

Lot S12 Moosehead Lake

June 2, 2015 by  
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End of road location. This 2+acre parcel boasts 250 feet deepwater frontage on Moosehead Lake. The building site is partially cleared and a driveway is "roughed in".

This prime parcel is part of the Burnt Jacket Shores development. Come take a look, I am sure that you will want to be part of this exciting community.

Listing Number: 126
Acres: 2.26
Water Access: Lake Frontage||Water Frontage||Water Views
Price: $269000
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Moosehead Lake–16 Acres

April 24, 2015 by  
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This gorgeous 16 acre woodland tract includes approximately 1300 feet of water frontage on crystal-clear Moosehead Lake. This prime property offers expansive views of the wide-open lake dotted with islands and a mountain backdrop. It is densely forested with mature spruce, hemlock and hardwoods. The bold, deep-water shoreline runs to a slight point that guards a protected cove which is also sheltered by a nearby island.

This unique property is accessed by an improved gravel road about 3 miles distant from a public, black topped road. Utility options include power and phone. There are suitable soils for septic disposal. Fresh water can be supplied from the lake or drilled wells. With the generous amount of frontage, there are several suitable building sites.

Moosehead Lake is 40 miles long, 20 miles wide and 285 feet deep. It is the crown jewel of the North Maine Woods with its numerous recreational opportunities beckoning the outdoorsman. The area is known for its mountains, waterways and vast woodlands. Open and unfettered access is provided by generous landowners, State of Maine public lands and thousands of acres of conservation lands.

The property is only six miles north of Greenville located on the south shore of Moosehead Lake. The village is a gem waiting to be discovered by folks wanting to paticipate in an idyllic lifestyle. It's just a few minutes by auto or boat to several eateries including two four star restaurants, eclectic shops and more. Of course there are traditional grocery and hardware stores in-town for basic needs. Greenville also has a fully-staffed hospital for emergencies. The Moosehead region has provided an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life since the mid 1800s.

It's easy to get here, Bangor International Airport is 70 miles away and Greenville has a municipal airport offering charter air service and three seaplane ports. Portland Jetport is about a three hour drive.

When you arrive, you are in Thoreau's place, where time stands still.

Listing Number: 110
Acres: 16
Water Access: Lake Frontage||Water Frontage||Water Views
Price: $669000
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Lot S3 Burnt Jacket Shores

April 24, 2015 by  
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This unique property has a nice building site on a high bluff overlooking Moosehead Lake. A walking path winds its way to a protected cove AND a deepwater point. Power is available. Great location in sleepy Beaver Cove, Maine.

Listing Number: 108
Acres: 1.59
Water Access: Lake Frontage||Water Frontage||Water Views
Price: $229900
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The Chalet at Burnt Jacket on Moosehead Lake

April 24, 2015 by  
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This beautiful newly constructed cottage is located in Moosehead Lake's newest lakeside community. The 2600+ sq. ft. home has been architecturally designed to fit the local landscape and was built by local craftsmen with decades of experience. It is made of quality materials put together to withstand the region's toughest weather conditions.

The Chalet is located on Lot S-10 in the Burnt Jacket Shores at Moosehead Lake development. There is 336 feet frontage on Moosehead Lake and 1.92 acres of land. The site has been tastefully landscaped and affords bold island and mountain views. A chip trail makes its way to the water's edge.

The building itself is a two story 32' X 42' cape with dormers and daylight basement. The first floor is an open concept kitchen, dining and living area with an exposed beam ceiling and hardwood floors throughout. The kitchen has a full compliment of new appliances and a large pantry. There is ample storage along the back hallway leading to a half bath. A guest bedroom with a private full bath completes the floor plan. The feature on this floor is the large granite fireplace. There is an enclosed deck which is accessed from the kitchen and an open deck accessed from the living room.

The master bedroom with a private bathroom, walk-in closet and private deck can be found on the second floor. There is another guest bedroom with a private full bathroom on this floor as well. A cozy reading nook facing the back of the home can be found at the top of the stairwell. This entire floor is finished in pine.

The full daylight basement can be finished to suit the new owner's taste. There is a chimney with a woodstove hookup. An oil-fired System 2000 heats the water and powers the baseboard heating system. A new washer and dryer are located in the basement.

Listing Number: 103
Acres: 1.92
Water Access: Lake Frontage||Water Frontage
Price: $589000
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These Ducks Like Burnt Jacket

July 24, 2014 by  
Filed under Home Sites, Moosehead Lake Land, Real Estate Blog

Ducks at the Chalet

Ducks at the Chalet

The other day, I was inspecting the trails on the various lots of Burnt Jacket Shores at Moosehead Lake. I decided to take a stroll on the path from the Chalet on Lot S-10 to the dock. Near where the trail first gets close to the lake, I spotted two ducks resting on a nearby rock not more than 50 feet away. The two hooded mergansers did not seem too concerned and just sat there. One even closed its eyes as if it were dozing.

I continued to the dock and the gorgeous water views. There were a few boats zipping about. The breeze was refreshing on that hot, humid afternoon. It actually seemed a bit cooler than at the chalet.

After a few minutes, I strolled back up the trail. The two ducks were still there, lazing about in the sun on the same rock; unfazed by my presence. As I made my way back to the pickup, I could not help wonder that such an idyllic spot on Moosehead Lake is waiting for some lucky person.

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