Wake to the call of the loons and drink your coffee on the deck just steps from the shores of Chemo Pond. Although its name says 'Pond', Chemo is actually a beautiful, 3.5 mile long, 1 mile wide lake. Enjoy the private dock and spend your days swimming, fishing, paddle boating, or simply reading in the lawn. Gaze across the lake to the surrounding hills for breathtaking views. The open deck provides guests options for sunbathing, star-gazing or enjoying a spot to enjoy the view . The fire pit at the water's edge is perfect for end of the day enjoyment...and firewood is provided! This house has a/c, flat screen tv's, Direct tv, a beautiful fire pit with all fire wood included. There also is a propane grill for cooking with all propane included. There are 2 kayaks, a canoe, and a paddle board provided with life jackets for your enjoyment . This house comes with your own dock and swim float.With Chemo Pond only being 15 minutes outside of Bangor, It’s no trouble to run in town to pick up any essentials you may have forgotten. We have other lakefront properties for rent if this house is booked please look at homeaway # 392673, 763277, 888928, 438448 they are minutes to a walk away from each other.
***We are now offering boat rental, we have 2-2017 Bennington 20ft pontoon boats with 50hp high thrust Yamaha 4 stroke engines. We also have 2-14ft Crestliner aluminum boats one with a 15hp Yamaha the other has a 20hp Yamaha. Fuel delivery is available. Please call or email for availability. ***
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