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Walter Lippmann's Maine Retreat Has One Of The East Coast's Best Views (PHOTOS)

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When Pulitzer Prize award-winning journalist Walter Lippmann wanted to get away, he really wanted to get away. His Tremont, Maine retreat, which was made up of a main house and a few cabins on 28 acres of land, guaranteed that the only neighbors that could be spotted would be of the animal variety. Called "Indian Head Camp," the property was designed to take in incredible views of the sea (not to mention about 2,500 of private water frontage), while still having that cozy rustic Maine feeling.

If you're also of the "less is more" philosophy when it comes to people near your vacation home, you're in luck. The property can be all yours ... if you have $4.35 million sitting around. Convince yourself with the photos below, then visit Realtor.com for more details.

H/T Realtor.com for introducing us to this incredible estate and to The Swan Agency Sotheby's International Realty for listing it.

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