If these landscapes draw you in through a screen or a piece of newsprint, imagine actually being there.

Kennebago Lake and its namesake river are Maine unspoiled. The lake and surrounding mountain ranges are part of the state’s breath taking, deep green and blue western side. This home is set on the Logans, a unique area between Little and Big Kennebago Lakes that serve as a natural fish hatchery. The waters teem with brook trout and land-locked salmon.

Meticulously designed and constructed in 2001 by an experienced local builder, the Lodge at Kennebago is set on 1.06 acres behind two gates and nine miles down a private road. For even more privacy, an adjacent 2.3± acre parcel with 641± feet of water frontage could also be purchased with the Lodge. The town approximately a 30-minute drive away.

The long, enclosed porch connects the main lodge to a self-sufficient guest cabin with kitchenette. The porch features 11 classic rocking chairs plus a large dining table for warm summer nights.

There’s plenty of modern convenience in this remote setting. If the power were to go out, a backup commercial grade generator will kick in and power the lodge thanks to two large propane tanks. A separate, oversized garage, rare for properties in this area, has a full, unfinished room. The large space allows for ample storage of boats, trailers, cars and more.

1858 Kennebago River Road is listed by David Banks of RE/MAX By The Bay in Portland. Please contact David at 207-773-2345 or at [email protected].