Portsmouth House Rental Photos and Description
3 BD/2 BA 2,500 Sq Ft Home W/ 600' Of Tidal Water, Connected To Pepperell Cove
Private and quiet, with room to roam, the Chauncey Creek House is a very special place for all to gather, anytime of the year.
Picturesque Kittery Point is part of Kittery, Maine's oldest and southernmost town. Adjacent to York, it retains the unspoiled charm of a historic fishing village.
The Chauncey Creek House has deeded access to Crescent Beach, just a 5 minute walk away and sits on almost two acres of wooded and naturally landscaped property. It borders the neighboring Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge, and the only residential neighbor is across the street on the landward side of the house.
Walk the beautiful terrain and safely enjoy a stroll to the beach along Tower Road, a private, low-traffic road in this rural, residential neighborhood.
A total of 6 guests can sleep enjoy the Chauncey Creek House. The three bedrooms are upstairs (two twins beds in one bedroom and a queen bed in each of the other bedrooms) There are 1¾ baths: one full bathroom upstairs with a vanity sink, bath tub with high-end fixtures, and toilet. This bathroom upstairs has two doors- one off the master bedroom and the other off the hallway. The downstairs bathroom has a walk-in shower with high-end fixtures and toilet.
Pets and children are welcomed guests.
The home provides a large grassy fenced in lawn. Please keep your pet on a leash when visiting the beach.
The 2,500 sq. ft home welcomes guests with warm, colorful walls, hardwood floors and inviting comfortable furniture. The home is a modified cape house, with serene views of the tidal water and National Wildlife Refuge.
From each room, large windows offer views of the large pine and oak trees and the quiet waterfront beyond. This is a property that friends and family frequent, so guests will find all the necessary conveniences of home like cookware, utensils, spices, oils and serving bowls and trays to present any small or large meal.
The kitchen's large, open floor plan accommodates those that find themselves gathering in the kitchen, awaiting the next delicious meal. The large windows allow guests to catch sightings of wildlife and watch the ebb of flow of the creek's tide, just steps away.
There is plenty of scenery from any directions when traveling to Chauncey Creek House, along Mine Route 103 and US HWY 1.
It’s a pretty drive that winds past coastal cottages, salt marshes and forested properties. The rock fences and classic New England homes and historic buildings line the road, as it curves and edges past the water, with views of bobbing lobster boats anchored in the harbor.
Guests are welcome to use the canoe and row boat or bring boats. The property has a private floating dock. However, there is not a boat launch on the property.
Attractions at a glance:
-5-10 minute walk to Crescent Beach
-15 minute walk to Sea Point Beach
-Quick boat ride or 3 minute drive to Chauncey Creek Lobster Pier
-5 minutes to Grocery store, Enoteca (formerly Frisbee's)
-5 minute to town pier, post office and the Cajun Lobster Restaurant
-15 minutes from Portsmouth, NH
-10 minute drive to the Outlet Shops: Kittery Outlets offer over a mile of famous name outlet stores filled with great savings every time you shop including Cole Haan, Banana Republic, Movado, Bose, Crate and Barrel, and Timberland.
Amenities at a glance:
-Screened in porch and two outdoor decks
-Gas grill, wood fireplace and outdoor fire pit
-Washer and dryer
-Dishwasher, coffee maker
-Iron and ironing board
-Sheets, towels provided
-50' flat screen tv with Cable
-On demand hot water
-Off street parking for up to 4 cars
-Stereo with audio input for most devices
-Video input for TV connection to laptops
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Sarah Nie, reservationist
Welcome to Kittery Point! I hope you enjoy it as much as I have, since I first discovered it in 1969. I have been the only owner since 1990. I have lived in and around the New England coast and central Maine for many years. I owned and operated a hydrogeology firm until 2006 and now work as a Senior Associate, Hydrogeologist for SANTEC . When I am not in Maine, hiking or boating, I am either living in Daphne, AL or traveling to Bequia in Grenadines or Switzerland.
Sarah Nie, reservationist purchased this house in 1990
Why Sarah Nie, reservationist chose Portsmouth
I fell in love with this area many years ago and have many friends in the area that together we enjoy hiking, sailing, and kayaking.
What makes this house unique
The location of the property is ideal because of its proximity to outdoor activities and access to tidal water out the back door, the a private dock. I love sharing with others the great hiking, the beaches, and being on the water.