Yes, Maine’s license plate says it all in this one compound word. In fact, Maine has the highest proportion of vacation homes according to the 2010 census. With its rockbound coast, sapphire lakes and verdant mountains; the Pine Tree State has much to offer.
Other less obvious attributes than its stunning scenery make Maine a desired place for people seeking second homes. The pleasant days and crisp, cool nights of summer offer a welcome relief from the heat and humidity that most of the nation experiences.
Maine is a comfortable drive from the major metropolitan areas along the East Coast. It is said that nearly 25% of the nation’s population is a 10 hour or less drive to the easternmost state.
Maine is considered one of the safest states in the union; especially when one considers violent crime.
Many of the vacation homes are found on the nearly 3500 miles of coastline. When compared to the coast, much of the inland areas are relatively undiscovered. Large lakes such as Sebago and Rangeley have a traditional following.
Maine’s largest lake, Moosehead, was once a popular destination for city dwellers escaping the heat and associated diseases in the late 1800’s to mid 1900’s. Much of its 232 miles of shoreline is now protected, yet there is a new lakeside development promising a unique opportunity for land ownership on the “Jewel of Maine’s Northwoods”.
To find out more about Burnt Jacket Shores on Moosehead Lake visit www.burntjacket.com
We are holding another open house for the Burnt Jacket Shores at Moosehead Lake development this Saturday August 20th from 10 AM to 2 PM. If you are looking for prime lakefront on Maine’s largest lake, stop in and say hello. Agent on site to answer your questions and show you around.
To get a jump on things, check out our website www.burntjacket.com for area information, directions and property specifics.
Looking forward to a busy Saturday!
This Saturday, August 13, 2011, there will be another open house from 10AM to 2PM.
If you are looking for lakefront property on Maine’s largest lake in one of the most pritine areas on the East Coast, make it a point to stop by our open house and check out these beautiful properties for sale. Parcels are large (1.4 to 4+ acres) with generous waterfront (229′ to 1800′+) separated by ample green space. There are several common areas and the whole development is connected by a trail system making it pedestrian friendly.
Check out our website www.burntjacket.com for more information and directions to the newest development on Moosehead Lake.
Looking forward to seeing some new faces!
2011 OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE
12 Shorefront Properties located on MOOSEHEAD LAKE in Beaver Cove’s Newest Lakeside Community
JULY 22, 23, 30
AUGUST 13, 20, 26, 27
AGENT ON PREMISES 10AM-2PM
Drop in and say Hello.
DIRECTIONS FROM GREENVILLE
take Lily Bay Road to Burnt Jacket Road (on left) in Beaver Cove
follow signs approximately 1 mile to open house gazebo
Daylight Savings Time, longer days and warm temperatures can only mean one thing—spring is just around the corner. Even though there is plenty of snow in the Moosehead Region, Winter’s icy grip is loosening. It will not be long before we begin our Open House campaign.
Kindly visit our website www.burntjacket.com for schedule or feel free to call us at 207-947-7957.