With 3,500 feet ± of frontage along the western shore of Meddybemps Lake (6,700 acres ±), Fowler Point combines all the recreational appeal that a big Maine lake affords with a park-like setting of centuries-old white pine, hemlock, and spruce, and end-of-the-road privacy. That privacy is in part what prompted prominent early 20th century lawyer and one-time mayor of nearby Calais, William J. Fowler to build a sporting camp on this scenic peninsula. While the original camp is long since gone, a small but well-appointed cabin is in its place. Though quiet and secluded, the property is a mere 2.5 miles from Route 9, the major regional highway, providing direct access to Calais to the east (14 miles ±) and Bangor to the west (80 miles ±). This Maine recreational land and lake investment opportunity is certain to provide years of memories and enjoyment as it has for those who have stewarded the land so well in decades past.

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