157 Craig Pond Trail, Orland. This former sleepaway camp was listed for sale in April, 2023.

157 CRAIG POND TRAIL, Orland — $2.75 million
5 buildings, 3,000 ft. waterfront, 64 AC

Score several cabins at once at this classic Maine summer camp on Craig Pond, located about 45 minutes’ drive south of Bangor. Two of the structures are seasonal cottages, one a two-bedroom, the other a three, that were built for camp administrators. The central lodge has a stone fireplace, birch bark-lined ceilings, and a large camp kitchen. The listing discloses that some structures might need to be razed, but legacy footprints will keep new buildings close to the lake. Off-grid at present, but main road frontage allows for easier connectivity. Listed by Jamie O’Keefe, Landvest, Inc. See the full listing.

30 Snows Cove Road, Sedgwick. Listed for sale and under contract in June, 2023.

30 SNOWS COVE ROAD, Sedgwick — $199,000
1 bed, 1 bath, 585 SF, 20.5 AC

A solar array with a 12-volt battery bank keeps the systems running in this simple, two-story outpost located between Blue Hill and Deer Isle. The bedroom is in the loft and two wood stoves keep things toasty as the weather transitions in and out of winter. While set on an open slope for lots of natural light, the home is accessed by a right of way through the woods. The lot is bordered on one end by a stream that leads between the Bagaduce River and Walker Pond. Listed by Molly Dwyer, The Christopher Group, LLC. Under contract as of June, 2023.

36A Stone Road, Mount Chase. Listed for sale in May, 2023.

36A STONE ROAD, Mount Chase — $109,900
1 bed, 1 bath, 512 SF, 21.1 AC

The most remote offering featured here: Mount Chase in Penobscot County was home to 187 residents in the 2020 census. Located just to the east of Baxter State Park, the area is a haven for snowmobiling, hunting, hiking, and staying away from other people. Recently completed in 2021, this Amish-made cabin does not have electrical, gas or septic hookups, though according to the listing, there is an existing septic from a torn-down structure that used to be on the property. Listed by Cody Haynes, Realty of Maine – Bangor. See the full listing.

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