An architectural gem in the Valley that is rarely available for rental - just imagine Boogie Nights meetsTree House Masters! Sleeps 8 across 3 bedrooms with 2 full bathrooms.This extra clean, contemporary camp truly feels like a “tree house”. Super convenient to the mountain - located 1.5 miles south the Sugarloaf access road, in between OMG corner and the Campbell Field trail head entrance to the Narrow Gauge railway/bike path. The home sits on a perch overlooking the rocky, flowing Carrabassett River on a quiet dead end road. Massive gorgeous windows and a wrap-around screened-in porch let you enjoy the bright birch and pine trees year round. Enjoy tremendous sunshine and warmth during any season and use the river as your alarm clock in the summer. This property sits about 50 feet above the Carrabassett River, and you can walk to the water in seconds. Open the windows, let the music of the river can put you to sleep. No need for an alarm clock- you will wake to the river's voice, and then enjoy your morning coffee sitting on a river rock. Relax on the screened-in porch and listen to the birds. Pack some wine & cheese with your beach chair and wade under the summer sun in the bubbly river. Wading spots are directly in front of the house. No need to get in your car!
For mountain bikers, the Mead Trail (#205) is directly across the river, which
runs adjacent to the Narrow Gauge pathway. One can walk across the river (very
shallow) with water shoes and be on the trail in 1 minute, or you can ride about
1/2 mile over to the Campbell Field entrance which has a parking lot. Mountain
bike info here: http://carrabassett.nemba.org/ There is an adequate, secure
storage area under the porch for bikes, paddle boards, canoes, etc.
The home's floor to ceiling windows bring in tremendous seasonal sunshine, and a
nice cross breeze comes off the river for natural air conditioning courtesy of
the Bigelow Mountain Range. If you are visiting with young children, the house
sits on a dead end, is ideal for riding bikes or playing catch and is a great
location for kids to search for river rocks and river "sea glass".