Look Inside the Highest Priced Inland Maine Home for Sale at $9.5 Million
This place is absolutely stunning.
Bangor Daily News says that this 12,500-square-foot Maine lake estate on 29 acres is for sale because the owner just doesn't come to Maine much. $9.5M for the asking price makes this lake house the most expensive inland home for sale right now. The main house has 10 bathrooms and six bedrooms.
What does $9.5 million get ya?
Well, a lot. If I was loaded, this would be hard to resist. First, it is 29 acres and fully furnished. It sits on Jordan Bay, and is just gorgeous. The listing agent is David Banks of RE/MAX By the Bay. He says the property has been well-maintained, and it took three years to build it. The details are the "best of the best".
Why would anyone want to sell this?
The owners, Kathleen Murphy and George Hornyak, live in Massachusetts. Kathleen has retired, and well, just doesn't get up to Maine that often. Don't feel too bad for her. She was the president of Fidelity Investments and has been in Fortune Magazine as one of the most powerful women in business. This was a second home for them, but David Banks imagines the next owners would make this a year-round home. Hell, I'd never leave!
Make me jealous! What are some of the awesome features?
Well, it's got huge stone fireplaces and cathedral ceilings, a guest house, a fitness room, a barn with a recreation hall, a sauna, and some pretty irreplaceable views. Those views of the lake also come with 750 feet of waterfront access. Interested? Hurry up, because they won't show it after the holidays. Go ahead and take a peak inside, and imagine if you won the lottery...
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