Quaint newly renovated sunny, open, warm cottage on Rangeley Lake’s pristine West shore. Near miles of preserved undeveloped shoreline. Nearby islands to explore by boat/kayak. Young children can enjoy the protected swimming cove while older ones can jump and dive from offshore swim raft. Entertain, dine, read, and relax on spacious deck overlooking Rangeley Lake. Play games and enjoy campfires in private back yard. Convenient walk or bike to Oquossoc Village.
Cottage Amenities: Swim raft, canoe, kayaks, fire pit, Adirondack chairs, charcoal grill, fully equipped and renovated kitchen, shower, washer/dryer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the cottage private?
Yes, our cottage is on a quiet, pristine part of the lake. We have two neighbors. One is 100 feet away, the other 75 feet away. Trees between our cottages create privacy. Both neighbors appreciate privacy.
How close is the cottage to the waterfront?
About 150 feet.
What is the waterfront like?
It is 100 feet wide. 20 feet of it is a sandy shallow cove to enter the water for swimming and boating. The remainder of the waterfront is rocky with bushes and trees. Our neighbors each have their own waterfront.
Are there lake views from the cottage and deck?
The beautiful Rangeley area is known for its majestic mountains, lakes, rivers and streams. Enjoy the many recreational opportunities from our doorstep. Hike the nearby mountains and Appalachian Trail. Paddle the dozens of lakes, ponds, and rivers. Bike loops along the lake fronts. Scenic float plane tours and boat rentals. Explore the 13,000 preserved wilderness acres.
Cultural Amenties: Saddleback Mountain Concert Series, movie theatre, fine dining, unique local shops (books, clothing, home furnishings), Sporting Heritage and Logging Museums, local family fun days and festivals, art and craft shows.
Rated 1 of 8 New England 'Best Summer Lake Towns 2010' by Budget Travel Magazine.
Keywords: Cottage, Lakefront, Vacation Home, Maine
Saddleback Mountain Concert Series, fine dining, unique local shops (books, clothing, home furnishings), Sporting Heritage and Logging Museums, local family fun days and festivals, art and craft shows. Oquossoc Village, 2 miles away hosts the Farmer's Daughter, a market with fresh local meats, cheeses, seafood, fruits and vegetables, and the Oquossoc Market for groceries including homemade pies, breads, and pastries.
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