MLS 1430062

186 Lopaus Point Road

Tremont, Maine, 04612

  • Style Bungalow, Camp
  • Year Built 1940
  • Fin Total 2964 sqft.
  • Lot Size 28 Acres
  • Rooms19
  • Beds8
  • Baths6
Listing Office: Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty

  • Water Frontage Yes
  • Water Body Type Cove, Ocean
  • Water Body Name Atlantic Ocean
  • Water Access Well Existing on Site
  • Water Frontage Owned 2500 sqft.
  • Recreational Water Oceanfront
With 28+ acres of mature mixed-wood Maine forestland gently sloping to over 2500' beach frontage along the ocean at the end of a point on exclusive Mt. Desert Island, very few properties in the state can offer this level of privacy and inspiring views, south and west from all points on the property. Former summer retreat for Pulitzer Prize writer Walter Lippmann and family and a short drive to highly acclaimed Acadia National Park's wonders - this family enclave has 5+ grandfathered structures, there being a main house, 4 separate cabins, and a boathouse. Choose between individually updating these buildings to maintain their wonderful Maine charm and coveted proximity to the water. Or think more grandly about working with Maine shoreland zoning regulations to transform this seasonal property into something year-round and more substantial. The views, the privacy, the breadth of shore frontage will support the kind of capital improvements you have in mind. Irreplaceable in a word

  • Style Bungalow, Camp
  • Year Built 1940
  • Lot Size 28 acres
  • Zone Limited ResShoreland
  • Water Body Cove, Ocean
  • County Hancock
  • City Tremont
  • Seasonal Yes
  • Full Tax Amount $30,507.00
  • Rooms 19
  • Bedrooms 8
  • Baths 6
  • Fin Total 2964
  • Amenities 1st Floor Bedroom, Deck, Tennis Court
  • Waste Water Disposal Private Sewer, Septic Design Available, Septic Existing on Site
  • Water Well Existing on Site
  • Foundation Materials Pillar/Post/Pier
  • Heat System No Heat System
  • Heat Fuel No Heat Fuel
  • Water Heater Electric
  • Vehicle Storage 2 Car, Carport, Detached