The 2-story single-family home sits on 7 pristine acres of tree-studded land, with a meandering path leading to crystal clear, private 225-acre McCurdy Pond lake near the ocean. Strategically located within a quiet, natural setting that ensures privacy, the home is spacious and light-filled and well-appointed for easy living. An outdoor deck and surrounding lawn add to the enjoyment of the setting. An inviting master bedroom and bath are conveniently located on the first floor, along with the home's ½ bath, den and working fireplace. Upstairs are an additional three bedrooms and bath, all spacious, comfortable and accommodating for multiple guests. Numerous vantage points in the home draw views of the picturesque lake, which is ideal for swimming, canoeing, and fishing. You can pull the canoe up on the property or at the nearby McCurdy Pond Association dock/boat landing. For added convenience, the house has a full basement and a two car garage. Great location to points of interest.
Sightseeing: *Christmas Cove and South Bristol
*Pemaquid Point Lighthouse
*Graham Pond & New Harbor
*Farnsworth Museum - Rockport
*Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park
Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking, Sightseeing, Lobster Pounds, Museum & Art Galleries
House Details: Dining Seating for 8
Entertainment: 2 Direct TV - televisions
Testimonial:: We just got back last Saturday from Maine. We’re still trying to adjust to life in South Florida again, but we keep dreaming of Maine and all its wonders. We thoroughly enjoyed the house and had a terrific time at the lake. We swam, fished, canoed, and picked wild blueberries and raspberries down at the edge of the water. In the evenings we would sit by the fire, roast marshmallows and then step outside to watch the night sky filled with thousands of stars. Though we’ve stayed in other houses in Maine, your house is in a wonderful location and so comfortable. Our favorite activity is to pack a lunch and to go sit on the rock ledge by the lake where we picnic, swim, canoe, and fish. Afterwards we finish our day with a scoop of ice cream at Round Pond. We also explored the different peninsulas, ate lobster rolls (repeatedly), and enjoyed every second of the cool weather. Damariscotta is a lovely little town as are so many in the surrounding area.
E. Lampner, Florida