Northern Pride Lodge and RV Campground

Frenchtown Twp, ME   Offered for sale at $1,100,000

House/Inn built in 1896
Lot size: 5.35 acres
21 RV/campsites with electric hookup and 3 tent sites (with space on the land for additional tent or glamping sites) and inn with 5 guest rooms
578 feet of frontage on First Roach Pond (which is about 8 miles long)
Map PI 047 – plan 05, lot 2
Shoreland, General Development zoning
Book 1251 Page 219 Pisqataquis County Registry of Deeds
Sits right along ITS 85/86, one of the finest snowmobile trails in Maine!
Tax Acct 218090080
2022 real estate taxes – $3,171
Sale includes 1 canoe; 4 kayaks (one is a Hobie peddle kayak) and a 16 foot Lund boat, rigged for fishing (has a 20hp Honda four stroke motor) and riding and push mower (along with a garage full of too many tools to mention)
50 foot long dock with a T – enough to accommodate up to 7 boats, depending on length, or float planes
additional buildings include a large covered wood shed/leanto, a refrigerated shed for bait or meat locker, a large bath house and two outhouses; 2 car garage with storage above, and 4 chest freezers off the garage building
the inn has 5 guest rooms, 3 baths (one of which is private to room 2), a living room with large stone fireplace with wood stove, dining room porch
the lettered and numbered sites on the campground map are the seasonal sites. Transient sites are marked by a red X and tent sites are on the waterfront.
private well/septic
forced hot air, propane heat (inn/house) plus wood stove in kitchen and one in the living room (both used for heat)
wood shingle siding, metal roof on the house and out buildings, composition shingle roof on the inn
Generac propane generator (auto start) for the lodge
property can accommodate approximately up to 10 cars (in addition to the RVs)
certain personal property is negotiable (pickup truck and plow and 3 snowmobiles)

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Financial Details
  • Offered for sale at $1,100,000
  • Terms: financials shared with signed NDA to qualified buyer
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