Thomas Pond Lodge Rental Photos and Description
Lodge, 5 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 3 Baths , (Sleeps 12-15)
Once you've arrived you're on vacation, right on the water. This 2012 new construction lake house overlooks the Dingley Islands on Big Sebago Lake. It has a private gradual entry waterfront and deep water dock.
Large mature trees on both side of the property give you privacy. The 70+ feet of level grassy lawn allows for additional outdoor activities. There is a fire pit w/ Adirondack chairs so you can sit around the fire roasting marshmallows after watching the sunset. Bring your boat and/or use our (2) kayaks and canoe to explore Sebago Lake. This home features all the modern amenities yet the pine board interior gives it that classic Maine lodge feel. There are five bedrooms, one located on the first floor, and three bedrooms upstairs with additional kids or single room. The fully finished basement has two queen beds, a large couch and an 8' pool table.
There is a dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, outdoor grill, two flat screen televisions, internet and more. It is equipped with new furniture, comfortable beds & mattresses with luxury linens and comforters.
Relax while listening to the loons or swim in the crystal clear waters of Big Sebago Lake. Bring your boat and launch from Kettle Cove which is about a 2 minute boat ride. Moor your boat on site for your entire vacation! There is plenty to keep the entire family busy. For day trips; the town of South Casco is minutes from Naples Causeway and less than an hour to both Portland and Freeport Maine.
Feel free to call or e-mail with any questions. Thank you,
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Greg P. Gooch
Megan is an elementary school teacher (currently a Stay-at-Home-Mom). We live in New York City on the Upper East Side and Greg is a banker for First Republic Bank.
Greg P. Gooch purchased this lodge in 2011
Why Greg P. Gooch chose Thomas Pond
I'm originally from Falmouth, Maine and my parents had a camp in the Lakes Region when I was young. My husband and I wanted for our children to have a similar childhood experience at the lake. We had been researching the market on Sebago Lake for a couple of years before we jumped at the opportunity to buy this property. We've rented homes on the lake and learned that we wanted first and foremost to have southern exposure so it would be warm and sunny all day plus we'd get great sunset views off to the west. We also wanted to be in South Casco near Migis Lodge where we were married in 09. The Dingley Islands protect the Kettle Cove area from the wide open water. Not only are the islands beautiful but they provide you with a destination for kayaking and canoeing and loons and other wildlife love to hang out there! We also love that the property has it's own sandy bottom lake front and is also within a short boat ride to the State Park Sand Bar. All of this and the property is not far from Portland and the airport in one direction and the ski mountains in the other.