|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Cozy Log Cabin on 38 Very Private Acres, perched on a knoll overlooking a 10 acre Brook Trout Pond for a very peaceful relaxing stay. 4 beds in second floor loft ; bedroom on 1st floor w/full size bed; Bath and shower; Stone fireplace; Fully solar powered; outdoor wood fired cedar soaking hot tub, Pontoon Barge w/Electric motor for tooling around the pond in tranquility; large porch; hammock;horseshoes; moose;deer;turkey;birds all visit; all this paradise but only 10 minutes from Greenville and Moosehead Lake and all the shopping and restaurants. Appalachian Trail crosses access road 2 miles south...the cabin is 1,100 sq. feet , I have been unable to edit the 500 sq ft it says in the listing.
Native and currently reside in Portland ,Maine area.
Work for Performance Foodservice - NorthCenter as a sales representative in Greater Portland.
tom taliento purchased this cabin in 1991
My grandfather spent years fishing and hunting in the Moosehead Lake region. I fell in love with the lore of the Indians and Lumberjacks from yesteryear. The old Maine Guides; The old camps and cabins; I was drawn to the feeling of getting away to the Great North Woods. Big woods gave me a sense of being lost in paradise---the peace the area gave me.
I love the fact that I am in the Great North Woods, yet only 10 minutes to Greenville at the Southern tip of Moosehead lake...with all its shops and restaurants. Also it is just under 3 hours from Portland. It is a very private setting....very quiet....peaceful....I own all the land around the trout pond and being the only cabin on it, you are spoiled by beautiful sunsets;sunrises;the wildlife that visit; all for yourself.... and the night sky can be dazzling. Full moon nights are incredibly bright --you can see well without flashlights!
B-52 Crash Site on Elephant Mountain;Natural waterfall hikes; Steamship Katahdin Cruises on antique log drive ship on Moosehead Lake-the largest freshwater lake East of the Mississippi within a State +75,000 acres ; World Class Whitewater Rafting; World Class Fly Fishing for Landlock Salmon and Native Brook Trout; Moose Watching; Big and Small game hunting paradise; Home to Famous Slate used in Arlington National Cemetary for JFK and Jackies graves; Appalachian Trail to Mount Katahdin
|Rental Period||Minimum Rate||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Rate|
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||$200|
|Notes||Guests arrive anytime after 12 noon Sundays and will be checked out the following Sunday at 10am|
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