Damariscotta House Rental Photos and Description
House, 6 Bedrooms + Sleeping Porch, 3.5 Baths, (Sleeps 13-17) Loft sleeps 1-4
In-town, waterfront, classic Victorian on quiet, dead-end street with large, sloping lawn to Damariscotta River. Attached carriage house loft for rent together with house or separate(rates shown are for house only-carriage house in addition to house adds $250 per night to total cost). Extremely large sunset porch and spacious, comfortable accommodations, exquisitely furnished and appointed. Kayak or canoe from back yard with very short, two-minute walk to village and shops, restaurants, and cinema.
Five bedrooms on second floor, 2 1/2 bathrooms (2 upstairs/1/2 downstairs) including newly custom tiled shower and long, antique, clawfoot bathtub for long, soothing baths while looking out over Damariscotta River. One King, one Queen, two double, three twin beds and two sleeping cots in five upstairs bedrooms with additional reading room housing pull-out sleeper sofa downstairs off back porch. Delightful Victorian ambiance!
Carriage house loft perfect getaway for couples or can be rented together with house for large group of up to 18! Loft sleeps up to 4 in two queen bed sleeping lofts. Full facilities. Unique architecture and waterfront spot designed for romance. Easy walk to Damariscotta village and restaurants, pubs, cinema and shops. Kayak rental nearby.
A perfect spot for family reunions or small office retreats! For rent together or separate(Inquire!) Handicapped accessible entries for house. Sorry, No Smoking allowed!
Activities and Attractions:
Swimming (ocean and lake), golf, sailing, charter fishing, sea kayaking, antiquing, hiking, bicycling, lighthouses nearby, village shopping, dining, and cinema nearby (short, short walk!). Ferry from New Harbor to Monhegan Island nearby.
Keywords: House and Carriage House Loft
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair accessible
About Steve Thomas
I grew up in the summer time at Yellow House. At the time it was my grandmother's house. It has fortuitously remained in the family ever since. I am the 5th generation and my children the 6th generation to own and enjoy Yellow House. My family and I now enjoy it some of the time, but make it available to rent for others to enjoy.
Steve Thomas purchased this house in 1890
Why Steve Thomas chose Damariscotta
Yellow House was purchased by my great, great grandparents in 1890 for $1,000. It was built on the site of a former shipbuilding yard and sits directly on the River. It is unique and has appeared on the cover of many magazines. It stands as a trademark house of Damariscotta on the banks of the Damariscotta River.
What makes this house unique
Victorian ambiance inside and out! Quiet, but simple, easy access to Damariscotta village.