Stunning 2,000 square foot hillside home on private Seal Cove in South Bristol, Maine.
Located just 3 hours north of Boston, this home is a private waterfront retreat surrounded by the sights and sounds of the Maine woods. A custom property designed by New Haven architect Alan Organschi, this new three-bedroom, two-bath home has an open floor plan with spectacular water views throughout the house.
Situated on eight secluded acres of virgin Maine forest, a quiet woodland footpath leads from the house to an expanse of private waterfront with a private dock, a row boat and two kayaks.
Perfect for swimming, fishing and exploring the coastline by boat, Seal Cove is unmatched in its natural beauty and abundant wildlife. Enjoy gorgeous sunsets either down on the dock or on the patio overlooking the cove.
The historic town of Damariscotta is a ten-minute drive north and is a charming destination. Spend the morning shopping at the local farmers' market where you will find Maine's finest artisan breads and cheeses, organic meats and vegetables, cut flowers and delicious homemade pies.
Visit the many shops and galleries in town, grab a lobster roll and be sure to browse the award-winning local bookstore. Also nearby and not to be missed: experience the breathtaking cliffs of Pemaquid Point -- one of Maine's most photographed destinations -- where the Atlantic Ocean explodes onto the dramatic rocky shoreline.
This home blends state-of-the-art convenience with the old-fashioned warmth and charm of an old Maine camp.
Ten Minute Drive to Damariscotta.
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|Refundable damage deposit||$750.00|
|Notes||plus 7% sales tax and $150 cleaning fee. $750 security deposit.|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay. Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
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