Off grid lake front camp on 61 wooded acres with over 750 feet on Upper Sysladobsis Lake in Lakeville Maine. An unfinished addition has been built around the original 2-bedroom 1 bath cottage so if you need additional space, just finish it to your liking.
The camp has propane lights and appliances but also has solar power and generator hook up. A drilled well provides drinking water and a modern septic system for the conveniences of home. The exterior finish is rustic cedar shingles that fit well with this remote and rugged landscape.
There is a storage shed for atv’s, mountain bikes, canoes and kayaks. A second building, in need of repair, can easily store a boat. Whatever your favorite recreational activity is, chances are you will find it here. Miles of gravel roads for hiking this mountainous terrain, biking or riding your atv.
This lake is just over 1000 acres in size with 11 miles of shoreline. With a maximum depth is 42 feet, anglers can locate both warm and cold water fish species.
The acreage is wooded with Northern white pine and spruce. Elevations from the camp at 350 feet above sea level to the face of Bear Mountain at over 700’ of elevation.
If you are looking for a place to unwind and be away from the masses, this is it.
Maine Lake Front