Stillwater is a modern cabin with an open floor plan and knotty pine interior. Boasting over 2000 square feet, the loft overlooks the main area of the house which is sunny and airy.
The architecture of the house with 2×6 insulated walls, and slate floors ensures the house is comfortably cool during the height of the summer months. With its own well water and a whole-house filter, the quality of the water is very high and reliable. The kitchen’s centerpiece is a reclaimed butcher block island and it also includes granite countertops with a gas stove and oven, microwave, full-size refrigerator, dishwasher and one-cup Cusinart/Keurig coffee maker.
The living room features reclining seats that make up the sectional couch, a 55” TV that is connected to Apple TV and a DVD player. Guests are welcome to enjoy one of the 50+ DVDs in the library in the TV cabinet.
With just one neighbor nearby who occasionally enjoys their cabin getaway and the occasional car down the camp road, the setting is quiet, peaceful and welcoming. The private dock and waterfront make for great days in and on the water, and relaxing nights gazing up at the stars.
The four person outdoor jacuzzi is just steps from the side door and features LED lights and multiple water jets. Guests have access to two one-person kayaks and one three-person kayak with accompanying paddles and lifejackets.
Firewood is provided for the two fire pits. One is located on the patio off the living room and includes seating for four people to relax and enjoy (additional seating nearby). The other fire pit is at the waterfront.
If you’re lucky enough to rent when the wild blueberries are ripe or the apple trees are bearing fruit, you are more than welcome to enjoy them.
The lake is 10-miles long and at times two miles wide, however, Stillwater is located at the very northeastern end of the lake where is there very little boat traffic. While you will see the occasional boater in a small fishing boat or pontoon looking for a spot to put a line in the water, you won’t likely experience the sight and sound of speed boats.
There is bountiful fishing on Graham Lake. You can expect smallmouth bass in the three- to five-pound range anywhere on the lake. The floating heath islands and shoreline vegetation combine to produce hefty bass and pickerel. In addition, white perch in the eight- to twelve-inch range travel in schools around the deeper parts of the lake during the summer and usually feed on schools of minnows or hatching insects.
For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Maine Fish & Wildlife.