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An idyllic island retreat on Megunticook Lake, this spectacular 8.7± acre property – about two thirds of the island - is a private wooded oasis with outstanding accessibility from the mainland and excellent views of the surrounding Camden Hills. Cradled by conservation land on Fernald’s Neck, Crane Island is a superb, secluded getaway and an ideal location for a family compound. The residence maintains a traditional, rustic Maine “camp” ambiance while providing quality finishes and updated systems all in perfect keeping with the surrounding natural environment. 

With 3,800± feet of shorefront on Megunticook Lake, the island offers a private, wilderness setting with the comfort and ease of a property that has been thoughtfully managed and meticulously maintained. Stone walls and landscaping blend almost imperceptibly with the surrounding natural woods. Underground electric service from the mainland runs to additional potential building sites and well-maintained trails and woods make exploring the island a pleasure. The property includes a convenient mainland base with a parking area and extensive dock and float systems on both the island and the mainland.

  • Seasonal log-style home features a living room with cathedral ceiling and a beautiful stone fireplace while skylights and multiple windows allow plenty of light
  • Five bedrooms, three baths and 1,816± square feet of living space
  • Kitchen leads into a delightful sunroom with patio doors
  • Cozy den offers quiet reading space
  • Small bedroom adjacent to the den makes efficient use of available space with a built-in storage loft
  • Additional bedroom and a family room on the first floor both include full baths
  • On the second floor, two bedrooms share a full bath and multiple closets offer ample storage space
  • Roomy deck and an outdoor shower
  • Boathouse at the shore with a workshop

Property Details

ME1680
Camp
Knox
Joseph Sortwell

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