Your summer retreat awaits you at the most charming, Trading Post, built in the early 1800's. Watch osprey, great blue heron, seals, eagles, sea gulls, lobster boats, sailboats, and yachts from your private 32 foot deck. The first floor living/dining area and master bedroom (king) sport sliding doors to deck-- these 8 & 11 foot walls of glass reveal sweeping southeastern views of the pristine saltwater river- the Sheepscot. Like a slide show the scenes are constantly changing. Since this 'over-water' unique gem serves as our guest house it has limited availability during the season and is not your 'typical' rental property thus quite well equipped. Listed on National Register of Historic Places with over 100 private acres of woods, fields, coves and extensive, accessible waterfront for you to explore. Launch kayaks or canoes (available for delivery). Dock, run and float are just steps from the Trading Post.Secluded location yet still easily accessible to mid-coast attractions.
Restored and renovated for comfort yet replete with its original charm and original features: counters, split lathe ceiling and wide plank flooring from the early 1800's. Ground floor: bedroom with spectacular 11 foot glass wall of sliding glass doors looking out to water, bathroom, kitchen/living area with second, screened, sliding glass door opening to large deck with 180 degree views of the river. Lounge chairs, lounge sofa, wrought iron round table and chairs with umbrella greet you on the expansive deck. Upstairs: open loft type bedroom with skylights.
Not suitable for small children.
If you want waterfront this property has the most accessible waterfront and the most sweeping views of any property offered. The dock is NOT down 100 steps to the waterfront. The building has sweeping panoramic views that are constantly changing. For you kayak enthusiasts, this is a dram location.
Haven for artists, writers, nature lovers and those who truly appreciate being at the water's edge in a magical spot. Spectacular stargazing. Idyllic, unique and charming. Secluded location fosters an increased sense of self, others and the natural world while awakening one's sense of wonder!!
Reid State in Maine, is well-known for its numerous antique shops and galleries. Dining opportunities range from fine-dining to lobsters served 'in the rough' off a local wharf.
Accessible to the mid-coast, you can easily experience the Parks -- Reid State Park and Popham Beach -- Pemaquid Light House, boat tours, galleries, day trips: Camden, Rockport, Boothbay Harbor, Freeport and Portland's Old Port.
Nearby Museums: Bath Maine Maritime Museum, Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Museum, Owl's Head Transportation Museum.
15 minute drive: Wiscasset, 'the prettiest village in Maine.'
Other Activities: kayaking, canoeing, boating
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