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The Faxon Cabin

The Faxon Cabin was the second cabin built at the Assembly, constructed in 1931 by Mr. Fred Faxon. The main room has a double bed, a twin bed, and a set of bunkbeds --- so it can sleep a couple and three kids. There is a full screened-in porch at one end, a 3/4 bath at the other, and a small fridge somewhere in between.

The Faxon Cabin is the only cabin that is below the level of the main campus. In the second photo down, you can see a wooden railing to the right of the cabin. To the right of that, off camera, there's a set of stairs leading down to the walkway to the front door which can be seen in the fourth photo down.

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Main St (Route 302) & Haleytown Rd, Fryeburg, ME 04037 (map)