Welcome to 20 Asgard Road, a truly unique rural homestead nestled in the town of Lakeville, Maine. While it may not be the legendary Asgard, this property offers a slice of paradise that is as close to Valhalla as you can get in Maine.
This scenic property has been meticulously carved out of the Maine woods, offering you a glimpse of rustic tranquility. As you explore this 45+ acre property, you will encounter a variety of structures, including the main cabin, an unfinished second cabin, a versatile multipurpose building that could be transformed into a third cabin, a shed, workshop, barn, and more.
A Location to Call Home Lakeville Maine is a small town in the eastern part of the state. The towns population of wildlife certainly surpasses the 100± people living in this town. The residents here take pride in conserving their hard-earned dollars and have voted on one of the lowest tax rates in New England.
Lakeville is appropriately named as it has numerous lakes dotting the landscape. Large sprawling cold waters such as Junior Lake and Sysladobsis Lake are opposed by smaller ponds such as Bottle Lake and Upper and Lower Pug Ponds. These are the headwaters of the famous Grand Lake Stream and St. Croix River system.
Buildings & Improvements The main cabin, measuring 16 x 24 feet, welcomes you with its hardwood floors and a cozy interior. It boasts modern conveniences, including essential appliances, and a vintage 1912 Trolle Wood stove for warmth during the colder months. The cabin rests on concrete pads with 2 inches of foam insulation underneath the pads.
Adjacent to the main cabin, you will find a 10 x 16-foot tool shed/workshop, complete with a workbench and electricity.
A 12 x 24-foot insulated multipurpose building offers the potential to be converted into an additional cabin. And for environmentally-conscious living, there is a composting outhouse on the property.
Adding to the versatility of this homestead is an 8 x 8-foot farm stand, ready for use as a charming market or easily repurposed for other creative endeavors.
A guest cabin, measuring 16 x 16 feet, is shelled in and is ready for your personal touch and customization.
Finally, an 8X10 portable chicken coop and a 20 X 40 livestock barn complete the essential structures for this incredible homestead.
Glorious Land The land here is a nature lover’s dream. Several improved areas, with an eye towards the artistic and meditative, including two forested rock gardens with monuments and carvings, forested hiking trails, and a stream side thinning. All sure to help you forget a hectic life and improve your state of mind.
The property fronts on Bottle Lake Road for approximately 650 feet, and the 45.3 acres have been surveyed and the plan recorded in the registry of deeds. The soil, a mix of Thorndike, Winnecook, Howland, Dixmont rocky & stony loams, holds great potential for cultivation once cleared of stones and rocks. The rolling terrain, ranging from approximately 360 to 460 feet above sea level, offers stunning views of Dill Ridge.
A portion of the land, 4± acres, has been thoughtfully cleared of trees, stumps, and rocks and enriched using the techniques of renowned farmer Joel Salatin. The portable chicken coop is a testament to these sustainable farming practices, and the quality of the grasses is proof of its success. Fruit trees and other plantings further enhance the property’s natural beauty.
Two Water Features Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the two beautiful brooks on this parcel, with about 650 feet of an unnamed brook providing a serene setting and cold, trout-rearing waters. Dill Brook, a tributary to Bottle Lake, also meanders for about the same distance through the forest, adding to the property’s natural charm.
Life is Short… Do Not Waste It You know you deserve a property like this, so do not wait another minute. Call now and schedule your tour of Asgard!