Pemaquid Point House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Beautiful, tastefully furnished, open concept cape, built in 2000. The home is located in the upscale neighborhood of the Seawood Park Association. The spacious yard is just steps from John's Bay, with 1000 feet of frontage with walking trails and a pebble beach for your enjoyment.
The downstairs is completely open, and there are expansive views of John's Bay from nearly every point on the first floor. The well-appointed custom kitchen features corian countertops and a breakfast bar. One step down is the cathredal ceilinged great room. Each of the four bedrooms has a ceiling fan. Two of the upstairs bedrooms have private balconies with views of the bay.
Watch the sunsets from the western facing deck or enjoy a cocktail as you grill your steaks on the stone patio underneath the pergola.
Just a mile down the road is the iconic Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, the model for the Maine state quarter. A mile in the other direction is a half-mile sandy beach. Just on the other side of the peninsula is New Harbor, the setting for the movie 'Message in a Bottle'. A boat to Monhegan Island departs daily in the summer from here.
There are plenty of restaurants to choose from within just a few miles, as well as art galleries and gift shops.
Camden and Rockland are just 45 minutes to the north, and Boothbay Harbor and Freeport are 45 minutes to the south.
The house can be a base for daytrips, or just stay and enjoy the views, the quiet, and the ambiance.
Keywords: house, cape, home, ocean, beach, immaculate, nautical, new
- not suitable for children
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets not allowed
About The Owner
I have been vacationing in the Pemaquid area since I was a baby. My husband and I continued this tradition with our two children. We always dreamed of someday having a home in this beautiful area.
The Owner purchased this house in 2000
Why The Owner chose Pemaquid Point
The house was built by my husband from plans that we drew up ourselves. It was our own dream home brought to life. We wanted it to be comfortable and welcoming while still keeping the feeling of a traditional Maine home.