Lakefront/Trailside Luxury Getaway!

View of house from shorelineView of the lake from the loftThe house from the drivewayMaster bedroomBeautiful groomed trails practically at your door!Private quiet frontage on Great Moose LakeMaine's Northern LightsFully applianced kitchen
Hartland, ME 04943

Overview

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 1.5
Sleeps 10
Per night $200
Per week $750 - $1,500
Type: Chalet
Description of the Hartland vacation chalet rental
This executive lakefront chalet style home is located on the shores of Great Moose Lake in Hartland Maine. Great Moose Lake covers 3500 acres and is a popular destination for those looking to find a quieter off-the-beaten-path place to vacation. The home is located on Great Moose Lake's huge northeast cove, providing easy access to the main body of water but not as busy to boating traffic. Located just over three hours north of Boston, this home is ideally situated for both summer and winter vacations. There is 125' of very private rocky/sandy frontage on the lake with a 25' dock to access the water from. The frontage itself is deep water with a nice sandy access area for smaller kids and deep water from the end of the dock. There is a public boat launch available, however, if you don't mind moving the dock aside, you can back your boat right up to waters edge and launch from this homes waterfront. On great moose lake, you'll enjoy swimming, boating, windsurfing, waterskiing, tubing, sunning, fishing or simply cruising around the lake exploring all this lake has to offer. If you don't have your own boat, I do have one for rent. Fishing is open year round and you can expect to catch Brown trout and smallies with Brookies in the tributaries.
For the winter snowmobilers and cross country skiers, this home is located to the east of Maine's snowmobile hub (Rangeley) with easy access to groomed trails including ITS 84 which gives you access to virtually the entire state. If you wish to work on your snowmobiles, a seperate out building and/or garage is available at no extra cost. This house is on a 4.5 mile well maintained access road, so 4WD is preferable for winter access, although quite a few people get in and out using FWD. The house is also easily accessible in the winter time via the snowmobile trails, which are but a three minute ride to the parking area at the boat launch. The house is fully powered for winter use including an automated backup generator. Great Moose Lake is also a very popular destination for ice fishing. If you're interested in a winter rental and are interested in ice fishing, then I'm sure I can be talked into purchasing a portable bob house.

The interior of the home is simply beautiful. Most of the interior was custom built in knotty pine and the hardwood floors simply light up the home. There is an open and airy loft overlooking the living room with huge glass windows overlooking the deck and lake. The finished basement holds the fourth bedroom and has sliders directly facing the lake. The fully equipped kitchen is available for your home cooked meals. A washer and dryer are also provided. The home has approximately 2200sq ft of living space. There is a full sized soft and fluffy futon in the loft, so if you're the kind of person who likes to wake up to an expansive view of a pristine Maine lake, then you'll want to claim that as your bed!

Nearby you will find restaurants and golf courses, as well as a guide service which will cater to your needs, be it fishing, photography or simply exploring.

If you see an upcoming week on the availability calendar empty, feel free to make an offer, I'd rather have the home occupied then empty!

John Lanoue

Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Sep 01 2014 Oct 01 2014 $200 $200 $1,100 $4,400 -
Oct 01 2014 May 31 2015 $200 $200 $750 $3,000 -
Feb 02 2015 May 31 2015 $200 $200 $750 $3,000 -
Jun 01 2015 Jun 30 2015 $200 $200 $1,100 $4,400 -
Jul 01 2015 Aug 30 2015 - - $1,500 $6,000 -
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: Half of rental fee required to hold reservation, remainder to be paid 45 days prior to first day of rental. $400 security deposit required 45 days prior to first day or rental. Security deposit will be refunded immediately upon satisfactory inspection of the property.
Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check
Other Fees: $50 cleaning fee if you bring a dog during June-September.
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Phone (local service only), Air Conditioning, Satellite TV, LCD flat panel TV, Full Kitchen, Microwave, Refrigerator, Cooking Utensils provided, Gas Grill (BBQ), Paddle boat, one man kayak, two man kayak, windsurfer, DVDs, kids water toys, lawn chairs, patio furniture, XBox & games, hammock, Windows PC w/XP & dialup internet, screened in tent, port-a-crib, portable high-chair, baby swing... Also, I have a 14' 15hp aluminum open bow fishing boat for rent, fish finder, trolling motor, downriggers, etc..., $250 for the week. If there's something you need to make your stay more enjoyable, but don't see it on this list, ask and if I don't have it, I'll do my best to provide it!
Owner Supplied Testimonials
Guestbook

We spent Christmas at this BEAUTIFUL home on the lake and stayed from 12/20-12/30/04. There are not enough words to describe how lovely, warm and inviting this home is! EVERYTHING we needed to feel as if we were in our own home was provided. The furnishings are 1st rate and the view is unbeatable! John has definitely put a lot of thought into making sure the guest is comfortable & entertained (adults, as well as children), and believe me, you will be! This is truly a property you won't want to leave, but once you do, can't wait to return to! Additionally, John is a wonderful person who made us feel welcome and is as warm & inviting as the home itself! Thank you again John, we will be back! Jacqui and Dave Loring

John, Nancy and I had a great time at your lake house. We even had time to ride to the Canadian border on scenic route 201, visit the Maine coast at Belfast and even hit Ogunquit Beach on the way home. We knew we were back in civilization when we spent an hour and a half crossing the GW Bridge in NYC. I really enjoyed kayaking on the lake despite the temperatures in the 50's and low 60's. Take care. Rich. October 2004

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