Rare offering of year-round riverfront cottage surrounded by over 5,000 acres of conserved forest land, miles of undeveloped shore, and direct access by boat or foot to pristine Alamoosook Lake. Swimming, fishing, boating, birding, at your doorstep or explore miles of trails maintained by your only neighbor, the Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust. Location is ideal – less than an hour drive from Acadia National Park, mid-coast Camden, and access to shopping, airport, and the interstate in Bangor. 7 miles to downtown Bucksport’s marina and the world class sailing waters of Penobscot Bay. This 2-bedroom 1999 cottage offers all of the comforts of home including radiant heat, air-conditioning, and a stone hearth for a warming wood fire. The walk-out, unfinished lower level has plenty of natural light, 10′ ceilings and plenty of room to add an apartment or more living space. The 464′ of riverfront is accessible by walking path and includes several potential sites to install a private boat dock. The 4.76 acre parcel has plenty of room for an additional home, guest quarters or barns. Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust, a member supported nonprofit land trust, owns and manages the 5000- acre Wildlands which surrounds this property and extends to the east several miles. The land is managed for wildlife habitat, sustainable forestry and recreation. It is open to the public for hiking, biking, snowmobiling, horseback riding as well as hunting, fishing, and trapping. For further information, please visit their website www.greatpondtrust.org.
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