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PROPERTY for SALE
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Our cabins are far from congestion, locked doors, telephones, electricity and most of the assorted headaches of everyday life. While remote, we are hardly primitive. We light our warm and bright cabins with silent gas lights; we cook and refrigerate with gas in each cabin's full kitchen. Because the utilities are silent you can hear the loons calling across the lake each evening.
Each cabin has a wood stove and plenty of birch to burn on those cool summer nights and autumn days. The lake is clean and fresh as only our Maine mountain lakes can be, but we also provide hot showers for the occasional "night out". It's about half an hour to town where there are a number of excellent restaurants.
Our four cottages range in size from a one-room honeymoon cabin to our Big House: three plus bedrooms (sleeps 8 people), dining room with fieldstone fireplace and spacious outdoor deck. Our other two cabins each have two bedrooms and a futon in the living room for extra sleeping space. For the 2013 season the cabins rent for $600-$1400 a week, plus Maine's 7% lodging tax.
All of our cabins are right on the shore overlooking the glorious expanse of Mooselookmeguntic Lake and the mountains beyond. Because we are very small, we accommodate only a few special people-- people who love the beauty of the area, the lakes and the mountains. People who like to hike, canoe, sail, fish, swim and explore the wilderness for wildflowers, berries and Maine's brilliant foliage. Some of us just sit and enjoy the magnificence of it all from the comfort of our screened porches, and perhaps watch the drama of a thunderstorm racing across the lake.
Our two swimming areas are sandy, clean and gradual. We have canoes, which are available to our guests, and can launch and dock larger boats. Our covered cookout area is a common evening gathering place. Kids, good friends and your dog are always welcome at Sunset Point.
We ask a 50% deposit to reserve dates (as early as possible, please) and we w