This property is located in the Lakes Region of Maine, northwest of Portland, ME.
Cottage on west shore of Long Lake is north of Bridgton. Well-kept family cottage is on the North end of Long Lake and will sleep 8 guests. 2 Bedrooms on first floor, Bedroom 1, 1Queen; Bedroom 2; 2 twin bunk beds sleeps 4, and Bedroom on the second floor;1Queen; 2 futons.
Wooded natural landscaping has some great lake views from the first floor windows.
The first floor has an open floor plan, the second floor has a large master bedroom (suite) with outstanding lakefront views.
A woodstove on the first floor will take the chill out of those cool nights. Enjoy the large permanent dock with great fishing, swimming, and boating on your own, private 100 foot + lake-front just steps to the north (quiet) end of Long Lake.
A shallow sandy area is just a few steps down to the lake. Additionally, there is a deep water entry (4+ ft) off our dock. Enjoy a refreshing swim to our swim float
Over 40 miles of boating on a chain of three pristine Maine lakes. We have docking accommodations for boats up to 22'.
Smoking is allowed outside only. Please be considerate and do not leave ashes or 'butts' on the grounds.' Pets are allowed for an additional fee of $75. We ask that you be considerate and observe the Maine leash laws and please curb your pets! And please no wet pets in the house!
Area attractions include loads of antiques in the local area towns, such as Bridgton, Freyburg, Norway, and Harrison. Fly fishing, rafting trips on the Saco River; powerboat and sailboat rentals in nearby Harrison, and at the Causeway in Naples.
Golf at fine area golf courses in Sebago, Sunday River, and our local course in Bridgton. Many nearby restaurants featuring fresh seafood, and of course the Lakes Region's outstanding Fall foliage.
Railroad and history buffs will love researching information on The Bridgton and Saco River Narrow Gage Railroad. This small narrow gage railroad serviced the tourist trade during running from Bridgton to Harrison at the turn of the 20th Century. (You can see the old remains of the roadbed that ran across the property).
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