Visit a bygone era on the coast of Maine, the way it was, by renting this wonderful Maine oceanfront vacation rental, known as the Shorehouse or Knox House. This is an exceptional property on a private ocean front estate.
This 1750 restored cape was originally part of the General Knox plantation. It was moved in 1960 to 100 private acres between Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde, on the open ocean between Penobscot and Muscongus Bays. The house is 50 feet from the rocky ocean front. This spacious 2-story house has 4 bedrooms: 1 king, 2 doubles, and 1 with two twin beds. There are 2 bathrooms, 4 fireplaces, living room, 2 sitting rooms, dining room and a kitchen. Equipped with a dishwasher, microwave, internet,TV/VCR and DSL, and washer/dryer you'll find today's ease with old fashioned charm.
The property is contiguous to an ocean front hay field. There are boardwalks and walking paths throughout the property, as well as easy walking along the shore front, on or off the rocks.
This property is in Martinsville, between Port Clyde and Tenants Harbor, near Rockland, Thomaston, Rockport, Owls Head and Camden. The Farnsworth Museum, with Andrew Wyeth and Jamie Wyeth work, Owls Head Transportation Museum, Primo, Suzuki and other excellent restaurants and shopping, as well as movie theaters and more are nearby.
The house is comfortably furnished with down sofas, antiques, good reading lights, and 100% cotton linens. There are ocean views from the bathtub, dining room, living room, kitchen and master bedroom. There is an outdoor shower with ocean view, and an oceanfront screen house.
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