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Cross Lake Township, Maine Renovated Lakefront Home for Sale
33 Sandy Point Rd., Cross Lake Twp, Maine 04783
Cross Lake Township is in northern Maine, just south of the Canadian border, and is the site of this renovated, year-round lakefront single family home for sale. It has three bedrooms, one and a half baths, 1,260 square feet, 100 feet of water frontage and was built in 1960. The asking price is $207,000.
The property has three buildings, the main house and two storage outbuildings. All are white with red trim.
Inside, the home has brown vinyl planking, white/pink-ish beadboarding and a white acoustic tile ceiling. Large living room windows overlook the front deck and the lake.
In the kitchen are white appliances, white cabinets, brown granite countertops, designer lighting and a patterned backsplash.
Each bedroom has window and ceiling fan, and the master bath features yellow beadboarding and a shower and tub.
The HOA fee is $250 per year and includes beach rights.
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Cross Lake Township, Maine:
Cross Lake is a 2,500-acre lake in northern Maine, just south of New Brunswick, Canada, and it is the reason the rolling land around it is named Cross Lake Township. A rural, agricultural area, the township has two small villages, Ouelette and Guerette, but the nearest town of any size is Caribou (population 7,500). Wonderful, French-speaking Quebec City is about four hours away. Nova Scotia is six hours to the southeast.
Not much happens here, but a few outdoorsmen wander into the area to fish for trout and salmon in the summer. Hebert Farms has a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and a farm share program. St. Peter’s Country Store sells groceries, coffee and beer and has a deli counter.
Many homes have acreage and sit next to one of the lakes in the area.
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