Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday home in Camden - Summer Wind
Charming, comfortable home decorated with vintage furniture and style.
Located 4 miles from intown Camden on the much desired Megunticook Lake and across from Fernald's Neck Nature Preserve. Quiet and private setting with lake and mountain views. Beautifully landscaped yard with rock walls, stone steps and a stone patio at water's edge. Dock receives sun from early morning to sunset. There is a small pebble beach where you can gradually wade in next to the dock. This property is the ideal spot for relaxing, fishing, boating and swimming. Please note that the owner's boat will be kept at the dock for their occassional use.
Cape Cod style home built in 1982 with approximately 2,000 square feet of living space. An 'L' shaped deck wraps around the water side of the house. Hardwood floors throughout with carpeting in the bedrooms. A combination of pine and white walls. Cathedral ceiling in the living room.
Enter from driveway through side door into mud room with a washer and dryer. Continue into the breakfast nook with large bay window. Galley kitchen off the breakfast nook leads into open dining and living area with cathedral ceiling. Gas fireplace in living area. Sun room is off the living area and doors to the deck are off the dining area. Bedroom with two singles and ensuite bath (T/S) complete the first floor.
Up the stairs to the master bedroom (queen) with nice views of the lake and another queen bedroom. The upstairs bathroom has a shower only. The basement bedroom has it's own entrance from under the deck on the lake side of the house- double bed with ensuite bath (T/S).
* Canoe (s)
* Dock or float
* Gas Grill
* Ironing Board and Iron
* Kayak (s)
* Sat. TV
* Telephone with toll block
* Well water
* Wireless internet
Pets:Please ask. Appropriate pets may be permitted.
Why Barbara Heard chose Camden
Terrific lake location while being close to Camden and all midcoast Maine activities
What makes this house unique
Located in midcoast Maine in Camden, between the towns of Rockland and Belfast, guests are able to enjoy all the activities these colorful communities have to offer. From hiking, sailing, kayaking to visiting museums, maine artisans, wineries, art galleries, shops and enjoying great dining there is something for everyone.