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This gorgeous log-sided cabin is located in Lakeville home of Maine's fabled Downeast Lakes Region. The 11 acre parcel boasts over 1100' of deepwater frontage on Upper Sysladobsis Lake; known for its excellent Salmon and Brook Trout fishery. The Town of Lakeville has one of the lowest tax rates in the State.
This 26' X 40' marvel of workmanship by the owner is tastefully situated on a high knoll on a prominent point with sunset views. There are two bedrooms, loft, full bathroom and plenty of closet space. The focal point of this "cottage by the lake" is a beautiful granite fireplace with a stone moose centerpiece. A generous kitchen/dining/living room area completes the layout.
The interior is finished off in a traditional post and beam style and knotty pine. A unique feature of this style is the rope molding and a timber framed loft made with home grown cedar from the property itself. There are wood floors throughout.
The cottage is self contained. A gasoline generator powers the lights and water pressure. Propane runs the refrigerator, back-up heating system and hot water system. Coupled with the fireplace is a wood stove. The building is fully insulated including the floors and can be used year round.
The open porch affords western views of the lake and the verdant shoreline. The exterior is log-sided and the lakeside entrance is in a timber frame style made from on-site trees. Two sheds complete the picture.
The unique feature of the land is its rugged, rocky beauty. The buildings have been carefully situated to compliment the landscape. Rock cribbing has been used to stabilize the site and provide a distinctive visual effect. One trail has been constructed to make for easy access to the water’s edge. Another takes advantage of a natural walkway from the cottage to the dock with a deep water drop-off.
This well-known chain of lakes straddles three counties in Maine; Hancock, Penobscot and Washington. Upper Sysladobsis Lake is part of this giant lake system of over 40,000 acres all connected by streams and thoroughfares including such noteworthy lakes as West Grand, Sysladobsis, Big, Scraggly and Junior. These waters harbor a world-renown Land-Locked Salmon fishery. Brook Trout, Small-Mouth Bass and regional favorite Whitefish can also be caught in this lake system.
Not to be out done by the fabulous boating and fishing, the Lincoln-Lee-Springfield-Lakeville area is snowmobile and ATV friendly. You can literally strike out from the cottage and ride for hundreds of miles on groomed and marked trails.
If you are looking for a pampered getaway in one of Maine's premier recreation areas, call Matt @ 207-944-0510 and make an appointment today. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
Listing Number: 111
Water Access: Lake Frontage||Water Frontage||Water Views
That’s right, you can purchase this large, heavily wooded property on Burnt Jacket at a wholesale price. This parcel has 312 feet frontage on Maine’s grandest lake. The terrain flat to somewhat hilly; with a gentle slope to the water’s edge. It is located in Beaver Cove just 6 miles from Greenville, Maine.
The property itself is part of Burnt Jacket Shores at Moosehead Lake; a lakeside community with many value-added amenities. The development is divided into two sections that are each accessed by its own private road. The entire development is tied together by a private walking/ATV trail. This bargain property, also known as Lot S1, is located off Otter Slide Lane.
Within the development, there are three common areas; one is a playground located on Pine Martin Run, there is a common green accesses by the recreation trail and the third is a beautiful waterfront property complete with launch area and beach. Lot S1 happens to be located next to the common beach area and trail.
For more information on this “Moosehead Bargain”, go to the listing page for this property.
This large parcel of land is located in the growing central Maine community of Fairfield. The parcel is about a 15 minute drive from I-95 in Waterville. Access is via Route 139 and the Old Schoolhouse Road.
There is over 1.8 miles of frontage on Martin Stream. This waterway harbors a thriving brook trout fishery and is wide and plenty deep enough to paddle a canoe or kayak. There is a woods road that accesses the northern portion of the property and ends at a high and dry clearing. From there a trail meanders to a beautiful wooded knoll overlooking the stream. The property is home for a variety of wildlife species including deer, partridge, turkey and moose.
This timberland parcel is dominated by hardwoods with lesser volumes of hemlock, spruce, fir and pine. The timber is mostly young growth with pockets of mature trees.
For the investor who likes the outdoors, this property has it all: timber and appreciation in value for the long term; hunting, fishing, boating, etc. for immediate enjoyment.
Listing Number: 102
Water Access: Stream Frontage||Water Frontage||Water Views
This gorgeous 25 acre woodland tract includes over 2600 feet of water frontage on crystal-clear Moosehead Lake. This prime property offers sunset views and contains a true buildable peninsula which meets all setbacks. This unique geographic feature is densely forested with mature spruce, pine and hemlock. Its outermost tip juts into the deepwater portions Moosehead Lake. Imagine your dream cottage with views of Maine's most majestic lake from every vantage point.
This private, one of a kind property is accessed by an improved gravel road about 3.5 miles distant from a public, black topped road. The property has frontage on an interior, gated 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. As an added bonus, the timberland on this property is well managed and poised to provide future income.
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 participate 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: 100
Water Access: Lake Frontage||Water Frontage||Water Views
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At 1910 feet above sea level, this Fly Fishing only Trout Pond is truly a High Country gem. There is 4500 feet of water frontage and 18.6 Acres of unencumbered land. In 1996 a Forester’s Cabin was built to replace a bunkhouse that had been hauled over the ice in 1932. The new structure is self contained and can be used on a year-round basis. It has electricity and modern plumbing. The original name “MOOSE RUN CAMP” is still used today.
The land is accessed by a gravel road which is a deeded right of way from Rt. 201, only 5 miles away. The current owner has managed the land for Timber production over the past 23 years. Much of the land is heavily wooded and can provide, at the pleasure of the new owner, immediate income. These 487 Timberland acres have been placed in permanent conservation which specifically allows Forest Land management and timber harvesting under current Maine law.
This idyllic setting offers privacy, crisp mountain air and the banter of Loons at daybreak. There are only a few tracts available for private ownership in the Appalachian Range that exhibit such a unique wilderness backdrop.
Listing Number: 83
Property Type: Homes and Cabins
Water Access: Lake Frontage