Moose Horn Camp is a rare opportunity to acquire a classic sporting lodge with modern conveniences in a spectacular north woods setting overlooking the serene, 42-acre Upper Shaw Pond. The 564-acre tract encompasses nearly the entire shoreline of the pond and surrounds the lodge, ensuring exceptional privacy. The property is located in Spring Lake Township in northwestern Maine, an area of rugged mountains, numerous brooks, ponds, and lakes, extensive and varied recreation options and hardworking commercial forest tracts. The main lodge accommodates up to eight people in 4 bedrooms. The historic cedar log structure also offers 3 baths, 4 fireplaces, kitchen with stainless steel appliances and main dining/living area. The nearby guest cottage consists of two large rooms with bunks, a full bath and kitchen facilities. Outbuildings include a generator shed, barn, garages, and, across the pond, a quaint gazebo for picnics, campfires and quiet retreat. The carpet of lawn gently slopes down to the pond shore for boating, fishing and swimming. Internal roads and trails offer opportunities to hike, ski, snowmobile, bike or ride ATVs. The predominantly northern hardwood forest was recently harvested, but still offers ample opportunity for forest management for future harvests as well as immediate procurement of firewood for the lodge. A family estate, corporate retreat, or hunting base lodge, Moose Horn Camp inspires an immediately comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for any group to enjoy.
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