Merry Wisdom Cottage is located in Cushing, Andrew Wyeth Country. Sitting neatly on Davis Cove, part of Muscongus Bay, it close to Thomaston, Rockland, Rockport, and Camden. Across the cove is Friendship, the home of the old Friendship sloops. The house is close to the confluence of the St. George River where islands string out all the way to Monhegan Island. There is an acre of professionally-maintained gardens and 370 feet of deepwater frontage with granite rocks to clamber on. There is a small wooded area with a shaded picnic table that is a delight on sunny days. The house faces west with furnished decks and awnings for sunset-watching and amazing gardens and ocean views at any time. Davis Cove is home to sailboats, lobster fishermen, seals, flotillas of eiders, blue heron, cormorants, and osprey. MWC is perfectly maintained, fully and beautifully decorated and extremely comfortable with all amenities. MWC is perfect for swimming, boating, fishing, exploring, biking and relaxing.
Cushing, situated on its own peninsula southwest of Thomaston, is famous for its saltwater farms and is at the heart of Maine's 'Wyeth Country.' The Olson House—immortalized by Andrew Wyeth's paintings of the structure and its occupants, Christina and Alvaro Olson—is a widely recognized icon of the region. Another attraction is the Cushing Historical Society Museum on Hathorn Point Road. Cushing is primarily a rural residential community with few commercial enterprises. Cushing is 15 minutes from Thomaston, 20 minutes from Rockland and Tenants Harbor and 25 minutes from Camden and Port Clyde.
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