Someone Paid a Whopping $8.25 Million for This Gorgeous Maine Luxury Outdoor Oasis of a Home
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One of Mane's most exquisite homes that have been on the market for a few years has finally sold for a big number. You might have even come across this place before when looking at dream homes on Zillow.
135 Hartview Circle in lovely Orland, also known as "Floating Boulder," is a massive compound, with every terrain you could imagine as well as an immaculate house. The 485-acre property includes mountains, forest canopy, cliffs, and even a pond.
Worried about neighbors? The closest one could be in another county.
The house was owned by Kenneth Irving who is now based on the west coast and no longer needed the place for himself.
The primary residence is over 6,000 square feet and has 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, according to the listing, and the property features an amazing rock hot tub, numerous fireplaces, state-of-the-art vintage kitchen, remarkable architecture, radiant heating, immaculate flooring, and over a mile of water frontage along Craig Pond.
Sounds like a lot of room for activities. Can you imagine all the things you can do here?
And that rock hot tub? It's probably as amazing to just look at as it is to actually use.
All I know is that I have some serious house envy for the lucky folks who now get to call this incredible property "home."
You can take a look at this outdoor enthusiast's luxury spot below.