Located on the edge of Moosehead Lake, my recently renovated house offers unobstructed lake views from every room. The home is designed to creatively utilize 3 levels of living space while maximizing vistas of Moosehead Lake and Big Moose Mountain. One guest described the home as cozy with lots of character…a “tree house for adults” with all the modern comforts.
• The main level is an open concept, contains the kitchen/dining/living rooms with a wood stove along with a full bathroom. Floor to ceiling windows along the kitchen and dining areas fill the main level with light and offer ever changing views of the lake, surrounding mountains and spectacular sunsets.
• The upper level is comprised of a loft/catwalk with floor to ceiling windows, and two bedrooms – each with views of the lake, cathedral ceilings, queen beds and half-baths.
Note: The full bathroom on the main level is in service throughout the year. However, due to concerns about the possibility of freeze ups during extreme cold, the half-baths are not in service between November through March.
• The lower level offers another comfortable living room with a gas-fired wood stove, large sectional sofa w/pull out queen sofa bed, big screen TV w/surround-sound and foosball table.
• The cabin is equipped with a completely automatic, whole-house generator so your stay won't be interrupted by a power outage.
There is a level, grassy lawn along the front of the house which is ideal for enjoying and unwinding at the edge of the lake. There is seating, a picnic table and fire pit which is perfect to shake-off the evening chill while roasting s’mores and star-gazing.
The shoreline along the lawn is rocky with deep, clear, refreshing water. Although suitable for adults to enjoy, the bottom is rocky so the best spot for families to swim is the common beach area which is a two minute walk from the house. This area has a pebbly bottom so water shoes are recommended.
The house is located in approximately 1 mile from Greenville’s town center and is part of an association of 7 cabins which share a 70 foot slate jetty along with a common beach area. There is parking for two vehicles. The setting is peaceful, and there are neighbors close by.
Although Greenville, Maine is a small town, it offers year round casual restaurants, a variety of shops and the convenience of a grocery store. There is even a family owned pharmacy with an authentic counter-serviced soda fountain.