4 Bedrooms + Additional Sleeping Area, 2 Baths (Sleeps 11-13)
Inviting home on 648 acre Togus pond.
If you're looking for the place to get you as far from work as possible, you have just found it. Come visit Augusta to relax and enjoy life as it should be! Ranch home with 4 bedrooms, two baths and accommodations to sleep 11. Private setting with dock on beautiful Togus Pond. Togus features a private boat ramp and allows all water recreation. Known for fabulous fishing for large and small mouth bass, pickerel and brown trout. Incredible ice fishing during the winter months.
When you are in Augusta you have all the serenity that Maine can provide while also being within minutes of all your favorite amenities. Augusta and surrounding towns are filled with fabulous restaurants and shopping.
Master with queen
2nd Bedroom with full
3rd Bedroom with twin
Basement bedroom with full and set twin bunk beds
Basement sleeping area in TV / game room with two twin beds
For the Golfer:
Natanis Golf Course (25 minutes away)
735 Webber Pond Rd
Vassalboro, ME 04989-3926
Western View Golf Course (10 minutes away)
130 Bolton Hill Rd
Augusta, ME 04330-0232
Belgrade Lakes Golf Club (35 minutes away)
46 Club House Drive
Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918
For the Shopper:
Freeport Outlet Stores, 56 outlet stores (1 hour away)
The Green Sport in Oakland which sells homemade bread, organic produce, and fine wines
Antique shopping in Augusta, Hallowell, Wiscasset, and many other town centers
The best barbecue you will ever eat! At Riverfront Barbeque & Grille on Water St. in Augusta
Liberal Cup in Hallowell has great craft beers on tap and great food (15 minutes away)
Lobster Rolls at Red’s East in Wiscasset, ME (45 minutes away but well worth it!)
The Muddy Rudder in Yarmouth, ME (on the way if you come up Rt. 295, ask for Roz!)
Gaslight Theater in the village of Hallowell (15 minutes away) is usually a hit.
Augusta became the capital of Maine in 1827. The Kennebec River splices Augusta in half. Unlike many towns in this situation, however, it has retained its integrity as a single city rather than dividing into two entities.
The Maine State Museum is a must-see for anyone wanting to know more about the state, its environment, and history. Other points of interest include: The State House, Children's Discovery Museum, Old Fort Western and Blaine House.
Come visit. You will not be disappointed!!
Shopping (Grocery, Mall, Antique and Clothing)
Dining (Fine, Casual, Fast Food)
Fishing (all year including ice fishing!)
Local area Fairs and Festivals
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.