FOX LODGE


Fox Pond Estate Main Lodge

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The main residence, called Fox Lodge is situated on a peninsula at the end of a boulder line carriage road one half mile from the entry gate into the estate. The main lodge has about 5,400 square feet of living space on three separate levels. The exterior foot print of the lodge is that of a 6,000 square feet building, the difference being attributed to the full height cathedral ceiling of the living area great room.

The lodge and guest cottage were custom designed by Rocky Mountain Log Homes of Montana. The massive logs and glue-lam beams are all of Douglas fir and were brought directly from Montana. Construction began in 1992 and the lodge was move-in ready in the fall of 1994. The interior is designed with the open area concept. The post and beam style facilitates easy placement of new walls or changes to the existing room structure.

The interior appointments are too numerous to list. See the photo gallery, or better, schedule an appointment to see them for yourself first hand. Of special note, however, is the full chef’s kitchen. The professional kitchen is viewable from overhead much like the set of a TV cooking show. Also take note of the numerous stained glass windows designed and constructed by the glass artist “Hot Flash Annie” of Bar Harbor, Maine.

The present, (original) owners enjoy the property during the summer and fall months. The lodge and buildings are kept year round, however by the housekeeper and by the property manager/care taker. Both are desirous of remaining with the new owners. (A log home for the manager and his family is located near the entry gate. The house keeper lives off site)