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Island, Stone Tiny Home & Lighthouse in Maine for Sale!

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Looking for a tiny home with your own land? Do you enjoy a little solitude and don’t mind cold weather? This man-made island in the middle of a Maine lake is for sale, and it comes with a 450-square-foot stone cottage and a lighthouse! You can access it via a private boat dock on the mainland.

The island itself is just 7,405 sqft, but it’s a fun off-grid spot to either get away during the summers or stay away all year if you like roughing it! You can even park a registered RV on the mainland boat dock land for 3 months a year. Take a look below!

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Charming Island Retreat: Unique Stone Tiny Home & Lighthouse in Maine Available Now for $425k

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Your own personal paradise.

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An aerial shot of Canton Lake.

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The lovely cottage was built in the 1930s.

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There are lovely period cabinets and I’m assuming the oven and fridge run off propane.

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There’s a fireplace and the cottage comes fully furnished.

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Cute triple bunks against one wall.

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There’s an old-fashioned oven.

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I can imagine the sunsets are amazing.

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Here’s the mainland dock that you’ll own.

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It would be a little lonely, but very cool!

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Zillow Listing:

Shoreside lot and Rocky Mecca is a one of a kind opportunity for adventurers and dreamers. Rocky Mecca was created in the 1930s, quickly becoming the face of Canton and the 600 acre Canton Lake, a.k.a Anasagunticook Lake. The 360* view offers unlimited views of both sunrise and sunsets. The island has 2 docks, a unique 20×24 cottage with its own 18′ lighthouse that serves as a beacon on the lake for boating, swimming, fishing, seaplane access. The shore lot has a dock that serves as a boat launch. The shore lot has a sandy beach and a boat dock. Although the lot is not big enough to build on the town will allow an RV or travel trailer, must be registered, to be parked for 3 months at a time. On shore Canton offers hiking trails and in the winter there is easy access to the ITS trails, and it is close to many other recreational opportunities, making it perfect for 4 season use. Tax amount is for both properties.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Donna Rae
    June 3, 2023, 7:24 pm

    Wow! Talk about unique! For those who can’t buy this one, it will serve as an inspiration to builds elsewhere, for sure! If you only needed one bed, it would have enough room for a good sized living area where a full-sized couch or even sectional could make for a really cozy place to read or watch TV. Love the nice sized kitchen with the antique cabinets…though new would be ok, too…and that stainless steel island/table is fabulous! If you put something there that had leaves to expand the table, you could throw a pretty good sized dinner party! One would definitely need to add on for a bathroom because going to an outhouse just isn’t in the works! 😉 Of course, the add-on is for a new build, not this lovely stone cottage. I see it is under contract on the Zillow listing…not that I would move to Maine anyway. Too cold for these old bones!!! 😀 Anyway, it is adorable and would be more to my liking if it was not on an island. Many would think it ideal! Thanks for sharing such a unique home!

  • Kelly
    June 20, 2023, 11:51 am

    Incredible, the sunsets have to be amazing. I would think Thanksgiving, Christmas and other holidays would need to be on the mainland. 🌼💚

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