Three bedroom cottage sleeps 7 along Duck Lake
tim and patty anderson
- english, spanish, portuguese, italian, finnish
About tim and patty anderson
This property was finished by the owner and a few key experienced carpenters. This is my third cabin along the 45th parallel, where some of the finest "real" weather, and preserved natural beauty live. I posted our portrait, as when we trek north this allows us to go back to all that was once pure and virtuous. And for those naysayers, yes that's my wife, not my daughter!
tim and patty anderson purchased this Cabin in 2009
Why tim and patty anderson chose Lakeville
Quiet, serene, beautiful, with occasional viewings of eagles, whereas loons are common place, there is a wild flower field in front with lots of butterfly and hummingbird activity, plenty of natures entertainment provided, and mosquitos are no extra charge. Gaze at the occasional Ravens squawk, hares, partridge, red squirrels darting, robins, chickadees and blue jays.
What makes this Cabin unique
Show me another cabin made of 100% cedar and I'll eat your sombrero! Clean pure waters, scenic views of three mountain ranges, plenty of waterfowl, an occasional eagle sighting, resident loons, and owls hooting at night. 200 ft. waterfront means plenty of privacy, use of 13 foot aluminum boat or canoe.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Beautiful Cabin inside and out
Loved the cabin, you can see the hard work Tim has put into it inside and out. The decorations were perfect, and the bedrooms were spacious and comfortable. One of the best things for us was to unplug, which was much needed for our family. There are neighbors but we did not see or hear them, the water was great for fishing and swimming. The row boat was nice to get around in. You have to follow Tim's directions though, the GPS tried to get us to turn into the woods. We loved the bird houses and the Adirondack chairs to set back and relax on the porch. The fire pit was huge, more like a bon fire size, and we brought our our little smoky grill which was a good thing. I loved all of the communication we had with Tim, he was great even gave us ideas where to go fishing and offered to arrange for someone to take my husband on a guide trip(maybe next time). He also wrote to us about the bird nests on the way up and the little ice cream stand to stop by. We really appreciated it since we had not been in this part of Maine before. We enjoyed the loons on the lake and even saw a bald eagle fly over. Thanks again Tim for sharing your cabin with us.
The Brooks family
To the Brooks,
thanks so much for the nice review. I enjoyed having you as guests and particularly appreciated the well thought out suggestions written on pen and paper. I'll take them to heart and continue to upgrade the experience guests have. I'm thrilled you saw the bald eagle, as I've had them fly overhead from the pines to right over the dock and consider them along with the breeding hooded merganser and tree swallows in spring as priceless bonuses. The loons had offspring this year and will talk back if you call them using variable intonations. The cabin location is remote yet comfortable, where you can still enjoy unspoiled scenic nature for your viewing pleasure. I hope you took in the owls and scraggly ravens, as those huge black magpies are squawky, yet compliment the mature hemlock forest. Lately, several broad-winged hawks have taken up local residence.