Tenants Harbor House Rental Photos and Description
Master Suite And Bath With Two Additional Bedrooms And Baths, In Village Setting
Sailor's Valentine Beach House with grand windows near the shore creates a sense of the spectacular in this all new vacation home with beautiful maple floors, 2 car garage, a major dock and two moorings for your personal use. There are some wonderful flat ledge areas on the shore for sunning and picnicking along with a private beach. Lobster boats and pleasure yachts combine in the area. Two kayaks are furnished for day tripping among nearby islands. Gardens are kept in peak condition for you to enjoy.
The Sailor's Valentine Beach House features an oceanfront deck with wicker lounge set and umbrella dining table. Screened in porch adjacent is cozy for rainy day conversation, card games and puzzles.
All rooms are furnished with a balance of handcrafted contemporary furnishings and highest quality antiques and paintings.
A concert pianist's Baldwin grand looks to the sea and may be played to entertain guests below in the architecturally soaring living room with marble fireplace and nearby dining table for up to 12 dining guests.
A superior vacation kitchen combines with an informal Maine breakfast table for 6, plus a nearby mahogany counter bar hosting 6 cherry stools.
Each of three bedrooms has its own private bathroom with shower. Bedrooms are two queens and one with twins convertible to a king. The master suite has stunning panoramic views to outer islands and a comfy tub for end of day plus a large shower.
Area Amenities: 10-minute walk to Tenants Harbor General Store, open daily, specializing in morning coffee and pastries, corn, blueberries, native lobsters, fresh cut meats, and all grocery supplies. Bring your bike for nice winding roads and water views. This is a most pleasant old and proud Maine community with its own library, school, fire department, rescue ambulance, no police (serviced by County Sheriff's Deputy), and lots of fishermen. 1/3 of Maine lobsters come from this county: Knox, named after George Washington's Chief Artillary Officer in the Revolutionary War of 1776. You can learn about about him on the peninsula, also, and enjoy programs offered all season at Montpelier, the Knox mansion and museum.
Adventurous local and wharf dining, Wyeth art tours by land and water, Monhegan Island ferry adventures to see Maine seabirds including puffins and American bald Eagles, picnicking at Marshall Point Lighthouse, and good ice cream are all landmark features of nearby Port Clyde village.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed