Stunning sunsets and breathtaking views of Blue Hill Bay surround this upscale home with striking natural beauty. Quiet and peaceful, the house is furnished in an airy and comfortable Maine cottage style. A network of walking trails begins at the doorstep, and lead to the Nature Conservancy preserve next door. With three bedrooms upstairs, and a private suite with sitting room and full bath downstairs, this home is perfect for multi-generations or couples traveling together. Centrally located within 15 minutes of Acadia National Park hiking, biking and swimming areas, shopping and dining in the village of Bar Harbor, and the “quiet side” village of Southwest Harbor.
FIRST FLOOR: Modern Kitchen with breakfast table for two. Half Bathroom off Kitchen. Living Room with panoramic water views. Dining Area with views and table that seats up to eight people. Guest Suite with two twin beds, water views, sitting area with TV, and bathroom with shower.
SECOND FLOOR: Master Suite with queen bed and sitting area with water views, Full Bath and additional Sitting Room with TV. Bedroom with double bed and water views. Bedroom with twins. Bathroom with shower off hallway.
APPLIANCES: Well-equipped kitchen with electric stove and dishwasher. Full set of lobster and clam steaming equipment. Plentiful china, glasses & silverware for family meals or entertaining. Gas grill. Two TV’s with satellite service and DVD/VCR. Computer with internet connection. Full size washer and dryer.
DECK: Well furnished Deck with water views & Adirondack chairs.
EXTRAS: Tree-lined path to private cove along with nature trails to the Nature Conservancy Preserve.
Born and raised in Bar Harbor, I currently live in New Jersey with my husband and two kids. We spend several weeks a year at the house, and enjoy beachcombing, hiking and biking in Acadia National Park.
This beautiful property has been in my family for generations. The house was custom-built in 1995.
I love waking up in the morning and seeing the amazing water views from my bedroom. We love to take a picnic to the cove or walk to the Nature Conservancy preserve next door. It is really our little paradise.