Our Saltwater Farmhouse is a classic 130+ year-old clapboard house with attached barn on 80 private acres, including woods and a hay field gently sloping to the rocky Maine coast. Reminders of its days as a working farm can be found in the carefully maintained barn, including stalls and antique farm equipment. Bicycles of all sizes, ping-pong, croquet, badminton and lawns large enough for soccer and baseball games will provide plenty of 'at home' activities. Cooking out can be on the deck or a short walk to grill on the rocks.
Located on St. George Peninsula between the fishing villages of Tenants Harbor and Pt.Clyde, you are only a short distance from popular restaurants, kayaking, fishing, sailing, hiking, beaches, movie theaters, antique & novelty shops, Marshall Point Lighthouse, which was seen in the movie Forrest Gump, and ferries to nearby scenic islands. In nearby Rockland, the Farnsworth Museum with its collection of Wyeth paintings, is well worth a visit.
Autumn Color: Come to beautiful Maine and experience the gorgeous autumn colors! You'll never forget it! Let the farmhouse be your base, as you travel around the small towns and villages of Maine, hiking the trails of St. George River Land Trust or kayaking on the Medomak River in Waldoboro. Look at the latest Wyeth exhibits at the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, especially now as they commemorate Andrew Wyeth's remarkable contributions to American art.