Now this is going "upta camp" in style.

How about a $2.5 million lodge on a peninsula on South Twin Lake in Millinocket to impress family and friends with?  Don't worry, we'll cover the taxes.

Well, not really.

But it's nice to dream, isn't it?

Just imagine setting up camp for the weekend with more than enough room to set out the grill, tie up a variety of boats, and maybe even hide a girlfriend or two within it's 6,058 square feet of space. With Mt. Katahdin standing in the background the only extra room you'll need is on a hard drive to store all of those pictures that you'll be taking as everyone frolics on it's sandy beach and in the water.

This custom built log home was built back in 2003 and has over 1000 feet of shorefront, and as far anyone sneaking up on you on land, well, there's only one way in on this peninsula so just tie the dogs up out by the garage and you'll party will be safe and secure.

This very comfortable place with 4.5 acres of land comes with a heated two car garage with a two bedroom apartment above, which would make it even more comfortable if the in-laws showed up out of the blue and needed a place to stay.

The property is at 46 Marina Drive and is listed by Thomas Gadbois of F.O. Bailey Real Estate on  His # is 207-409-8339.

Extravagant Maine lodge for sale on South Twin Lake



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