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Wonderful village home on the best street in town. Attractively furnished. Easy stroll to town shops, restaurants, and harbor. Public Beach is just steps away. Home features many charming details as it was once a ship builder's boarding house. The 1st floor offers a custom kitchen with professional Viking range, slate and butcher block counters, island 'bar' area with stools, attractive dining area with bay window with seating for 8, cozy living room, bath with glass tile shower and laundry. The 1st floor also features a glorious front porch to watch the world go by as well as a private back deck area with BBQ grill and outside table area. 2nd floor features 4 bedrooms all with much charm and character--3 bedrooms have vintage marble sinks and one has a beautiful wall mural. There is also a full bath on the 2nd floor. The 3rd floor finished attic serves as a bonus room with a twin an queen futon for additional guest use. Our home is an excellent location for your visit to the area.
Kate grew up on Bay View Street in Camden and upon returning to start her life here with her husband Alex, knew this was the perfect house for them to begin. With 4 young children now, they have moved out to beach, but keep Bay View Cottage in the family. We love living in the area and feel there is no better place to explore and experience. Alex is full time Real Estate Broker at Camden Real Estate and Kate is a busy mother to four and a Clinical Social Worker. We are accessible and attentive to our renters, we will probably bump into each other in town or out on the water!
Kate Cohen purchased this house in 2001
Bay View Cottage is a special home. It has warm and comfortable feel to it. The porch is a perfect spot for taking in the sounds of the harbor and people watching, as Bay View Street is a popular running/walking route for many. We are just a handful of doors form the only sandy beach in town and a 5 minute walk to downtown Camden and the harbor.
Please read our reviews.... Our home has been lovingly cared for and decorated to make your vacation the best experience possible.
The memories are priceless and the house was absolutely perfect - loved the old charm with the comfy updates and all the amenities that you provided to make our visit so totally enjoyable. The family loved the proximity to town, adored the beach, the granddaughters found their 3rd floor space really really special - and all the little side trips to Graffam Bros. for lobster rolls and Owls Head General Store for the winning burger -these two places along with your house will hopefully bring us all back again. but really really I have to say, you provided for us as guests in a way that far exceeded our expectations. We have stayed in many rental homes but none can compare to all the thoughtfulness you put into providing everything to make our visit so exceptional.
Penobscot Bay, Camden, mid coast, ocean, sailing, country fairs, art festivals, Farnsworth Museum, islands, lobster, schooner trips, fried clams, antiquing, flea markets, sea kayaking, hiking, site seeing, Camden Hills State Park, Lake Megunticook, boating, art galleries, Maine Media Workshops, photography, walking tours, winery, Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, Maine Coast Artists, Rockport, Lincolnville, Rockland, Islesboro, Lobster Festival, Atlantic Blues Festival, lighthouses, fishing, exploring, fall foliage, restaurants.
Other Activities: Schooner Trips, Lighthouse Tours, Island Exploring, Sea Kayaking.
***We are happy to help you custom design and organize activities during your stay depending on interests. We offer local knowledge of all the best outfitters, guides, tours, activities, locations and the like to make your visit as pleasurable and successful as possible.***
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
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