The sign as you enter Maine says it best, Maine, the way life should be. You have been searching for the quintessential Maine experience and now you have found it at Little Eskutassis Pond. Gather here around the campfire with the sounds of laughter interspersed with a mournful cry of the loon as the flames dance and crackle during the endless summers we all long for. Begin your day with a quiet paddle upon the water that you share with the majestic moose that calls this place home. Cast a fly upon the still waters and listen to the songbirds flutter along the edges of your refuge as you clear your mind and rejuvenate your spirit.
The sporting legacy property of Little Eskutassis Pond consists of 125 acres of mixed growth forest surrounding the entirety of Little Eskutassis Pond in Burlington, ME. The water frontage encompasses the 122.2 acres of Little Eskutassis. Improvements to the property consist of two separate post and beam, contemporary, off-grid cabins. Each cabin has its own drilled well and septic. The structures blend well with the natural environment that surrounds them. Each cabin has 3 bedrooms, a full bath, kitchen and living room. The hardwood floors, log siding and covered decks are perfectly suited for their environment. Solar power systems provide electricity to this remote yet accessible off-grid property.
The land surrounding the pond is well wooded and is home to deer, moose, pine marten and fisher. The waters are home to abundant white perch, pickerel, small mouth bass and brook trout. During spring summer and fall the mournful cry of loons can be heard as they call from across the pond. During winter as you snowshoe along the edges of the ice covered pond, the tracks of hares, foxes, bobcats and more will reward your silent excursions through the snow. You have been searching for just such a place, call now and make this legacy property your Maine experience.
Burlington, Maine is a small community in Penobscot county of 363 people according to the 2010 census. The motto for the town is Burlington, The way Maine life should be. The area is a mix of old farms, large tracts of timberland, and abundant water. The town has a selectman form of government, a volunteer fire department and low taxes.
Outdoor recreation is enjoyed during all four seasons in the Burlington area. Numerous logging roads provide access to the lakes, ponds and streams that are home to all manner of aquatic life. ATV and snowmobile enthusiasts can find ample opportunities to explore and enjoy this picturesque area. Sportsman will find ample opportunities and areas to search for game in the expansive forestland surrounding this area.
The community of Lincoln, ME is just 10 miles from the town of Burlington. Lincoln has a population of 5000 citizens. Lincoln has a vibrant business community. Building materials, groceries, clothing, dining and more can be found here. Penobscot Valley Hospital, a VA clinic, numerous other medical facilities and practitioners call Lincoln home. Call Rick at 207-731-9902.
From Lincoln, ME follow the Transalpine Rd to Burlington approximately 4.5 miles. Proceed another 3 miles to Gates Pond Rd on your right. Sign is posted.
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