The custom-built cabin was built in 2006 by a skilled New Englandcraftsman who specializes in post and beam construction. This 22 X 32 cabin has an open conceptfloor plan which is perfect for four season lakeside enjoyment. Floor one consists of 1 bedroom anda full bath with the dining, kitchen and living areas separated by furniture. All the living space enjoysa good view of the surrounding forest and lake. Attached to the kitchen and dining area side of thecabin is a 8 X 18 screen porch. Enjoy the southern exposure to the sun from the 8 X 30 open deckwhich is accessible from the porch. The lot surrounding the cabin is a 20 +/- acre surveyed site. This land is relatively flat withelevations from 305 to 320 +/- FASL. Along the 700 feet of lake shore, this land has some oldergrowth hemlock and pine trees. When you get further from the water the land transitions into asoftwood and hardwood mix of early successional forest. Grouse and woodcock love the coverprovided by this forest type.There is plenty of exterior storage in the 3 bay pole barn. Keep a season's worthof firewood, house your generator, park an ATV and snowmobile. Horseshoe Lake is a wilderness pond in Lakeville, Maine with about 400surface acres and depths to 25 feet. This is considered a warm water fishery with trophyspecimens of smallmouth bass and white perch. The outlet of Horseshoe runs into Junior Lake andcan be navigated with a canoe or kayak. Horseshoe lake is one of many lakes in the St Croix Riverdrainage. Some of these include West Grand Lake, Upper and Lower Syslodobsis Lakes, LombardLake, Keg Lake, Junior Lake, Pocumcus Lake, Scraggly Lake and many more. Wilderness fishingand boating trips with stays at primitive camp sites are popular here. The year-round population of Lakeville, Maine is about 100. This is a town located in awilderness area with few government services and low taxes. In fact the 2020 mil rate in Lakevillewas $4.455/$1,000.