This ocean front home sleeps 8 comfortably The three bedroom have ceiling fan and its own balcony ocean breeze, oceanviews, and sunset. This home is fully furnished, with fresh paint and beautifully displayed ocean front trinkets throughout. Enjoy the patio, fire pit, BBQ grill, Ocean side. Try ordering take out or dine at Estes Lobster House, a local seafood restaurant since 1947 on the property site . Take a walk to the town dock, visit the local lobster pier and continue to Pott's point preserve with its ocean beach in Casco Bay. Stay here relax, breath fresh Maine air and eat 'the best tasting lobster,seafood in the world'. Truly Maine' best kept secret. This home is for rental by the week, month or yearly rentals.
Harpswell: Points of interest :
Cribstone Bridge * Bailey Island
Eagle island state park and museum * access by boat June 1 through labor day.
Halfway Rock * Casco Bay
Land's End Lobstermen's Statue * Bailey Island
Mackeral Cove * Bailey Island
Old Town Meeting House * Harpswell Center
Town Dock * Harpswell Peninsula
Mitchell field *Harpswell Peninsula
Giant Staircase * Bailey Island (off Wash.Ave.)
Harpswell and Beyond: Lots of day trip opportunities to Camden, Rockland, Wiscassett, Damiscotta, Popham Beach and Reid State Park. Music and theater performances are at Bowdoin. A 10-cinema movie complex right at Cook's Corner about 10 minutes away. There's even a Starbucks!.
The harposwell General Store with gas is 4 miles away with a local Vegtable Corner Store 6 miles away.. The nearest shopping center and Wall Mart is 13.5 miles..
Town of Harpswell: The town of Harpswell is made up of a series of long, skinny fingers of land reaching into the ocean, and dozens of islands in Casco Bay a total of 365 islands. This town has more than 200 miles of coast that you can explore, ranging from exposed ocean frontage to wide bays to calm, twisty inlets. When you drive around Harpswell, your breath will be taken away by the ocean views. Harpswell is one of the most beautiful parts of the Maine coast and because of its geography, it is not 'on the way' to anywhere, so it has remained unspoiled, despite being very close to Portland, Freeport, Brunswick, and Bath. If you want the real Maine, this is the place to come. There are great restaurants (especially seafood), swimming beaches, boat launches, walking trails through scenic woods with glacier-carved cliffs, world-class sea kayaking and boating, shopping, historical sightseeing, arts, music, and theater events, all in midcoast Maine
Have owned the property for over 50 years. Estes Lobster House which is next door, a 150 seat seafood family restaurant keeps my summers very busy.
Truly a hidden Treaure of Maine 'follow route 123 till you come to the sea', South Harpswell, MAINE
In the center of the Maine coast which allows you to day trip or relax by the coast and Casco Bay.