An unusually private yet easily accessible 95-acre parcel with rights of access to Lake Fairlee, the heart of this handsome parcel contains a partially prepped home site with both the driveway and electricity in place - an ideal site for the single homestead. Additionally, two large open fields are separated by a small copse of trees providing an excellent opportunity for an owner looking to secure and preserve a substantial recreational asset. There is also a two-bay secluded yet very handy storage shed tucked into the woods. A well-established 50-minute loop trail, most of which follows along an elevated ridgeline offers intermittent views of nearby Tug Mountain and is great for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking. The parcel also retains use of a privately shared boathouse, several docks and access to ¼ mile of main lake frontage, the longest privately held waterfront on the lake. Lastly, Camp Norway’s 95-acre parcel spills into an additional conserved 100-acre natural area that is fully accessible for recreation.