Wonderful lake front cottage on Big Indian Lake

Fire pit at lakes edge
Fire pit at lakes edgeRoad side of cottageLake side of houseView from livingroomMaster bedroomCottage faces sunrise
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From $50 / night

22 Luckman road, Bangor, ME 04971
Wonderful lake front cottage on Big Indian Lake
3 bedrooms
6 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 6
Type: Cottage
Per night: $150
Per week: $525 - $650
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Bangor vacation cottage rental
Quaint, three bedroom cottage on Big Indian Lake. The fully furnished, well insulated cottage has all the comforts of home. Both the living room and large bedroom provides breathtaking, panoramic views of one of Maine's pristine lakes. Big Indian is 4 miles long and 1 mile wide and is filled with bass, chain pickerel, brook trout, and perch. Either fish from the private dock or use our canoe, kayak or small motor boat. Listening to the loons, watching the eagles soar or spot an occasion moose is the ideal vacation for family or friends. A short drive for golfing and 15 minute ride to Newport for shopping.

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 6
Stories: 2
Sq.Ft.: 1325
Pets Allowed? No
Smoking Allowed? No
Lake View? Yes
Lakefront? Yes
Lake frontage: 110 feet
Added on: Dec 11, 2006
Updated on: Feb 24, 2008


Kayak, canoe, small motor boat, fire pit overlooking lake. Washer & Dryer, television, VCR & BBQ. Fully applianced kitchen including microwave, toaster, dishwasher. Fully carpeted and heated. Nice bathtub with shower.


Summer: Fishing, four wheeling, whitewater rafting at the Forks area, hiking, biking; public beach for swimming and golfing near by. A trip to the coast is about an hour away, where flea markets, antiquing, wonderful seafood and beaches to enjoy. Bar Harbor one of Maine's famous tourist destinations is a little over an hour away.

Winter: Wonderful snowmobiling right from the house. Club trail cuts across our cove and leads to ITS 85. Also, snowshoeing, ice fishing and cross country skiing is often enjoyed on the lake.


The property rental for the week is $650.00 (peak season June 1 thru August 31)and a cleaning fee of $75.00. A deposit of $175.00 is required to reserve the home. The balance of the rental along with a damage deposit of $250 must be paid in full 40 days prior to rental. Weekend or longer stays are possible depending on the reservation scheduling and time of season.

Off season rate is $525 for the week, ($200 for the weekends) and cleaning fee of $75.00



Stephen Dunncan

Area Information
Big Indian lake (Saint Albans Me.)is located in the Maine highlands area with rolling hills and wonderful old growth hardwood and pine tree forest. The fishing and boating on the lake is first class. Lots of wildlife, with eagles, beaver, deer and moose. The house is 1 hour from the coast of Maine and about one hour from some of Maine's best white water rafting/canoing on the Kennebec river. Along the river is one of America's most beautiful scenic byways.

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jun 01 2016 Aug 31 2017 - - $650 $2,000 1 Week
Sep 01 2016 May 31 2017 - $150 $525 $1,500 -
Check In: 6 p.m. Check Out: 12 a.m.
Lodging tax: no sales tax
Deposits: 175.00 to make a reservation and balance of rent to be paid 40 days prior to rental.
Payment Options: Money Order, Personal Check
Other Fees: There is a 75.00 cleaning fee. Also, a refundable 250.00 security fee.

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1 review
Armida Geiger

Good fishing and quiet

Armida Geiger

New Hampshire

Good fishing and quiet

August 22, 2008

Nicely furnished home. Linens included. Very quite dirt road and peaceful lake. Not for swimming off the dock, too many weeds. Really enjoyed the boat and canoe. Used them everyday. Good for biking around the lake, wildlife & fishing, saw a bald eagle catch a fish! Enjoyed cooking marshmallows on the fire pit. Only thing needed is an outdoor table. St. Albans is quiet and the home of the largest cinnamon bun, "the mountain bun" yummy! Need internet, go into Dexter and visit the public library, wonderful old building.

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