Located downtown two blocks from the center, one block from restaurants and shops.
Newly restored 1820's Cape with the perfect balance of charm and modern convenience. The house has many of its original charming features such as chestnut floors, plank doors and hardware.
Enter into the sun porch with white-washed bead-board walls and ceiling into the brand new bright and open kitchen featuring granite counters and a large peninsula. Off the left side of the kitchen is a laundry nook which leads to a large mudroom and the back deck. Off the far right of the kitchen are stairs to the second floor. Please note these stairs are steep and open on one side. Off the immediate right side of the kitchen is the spacious dining room. with original chestnut floors. The first floor bath is off the left side of the dining room. This bath has a claw-foot tub and hand-held shower, and black slate walls. Next is a door to the first floor bedroom which has a queen bed. Pass through the dining room through a small hallway into the living room with TV alcove at the far end. You can also enter the first floor bedroom from the alcove. In the hallway between the dining and living room is a set of very narrow and steep stairs which lead to the second floor.
At the top of the front stairs you arrive into a hallway, the door to a bathroom with granite counters and tiled shower is before you. To the right is the master bedroom with king bed. To the left is a large open office space with built-in desk and drawers. Continue down the hall, on the left is a bedroom with full bed, straight ahead is another bedroom with 2 twin beds and on the right are stairs leading down to the kitchen.
* Cable TV
* Gas Grill
* Wireless Internet
* Ironing Board and Iron
* Telephone with toll block
* Town water
Pets:Pets are not allowed on the premises.
Located in midcoast Maine in Camden, near the towns of Rockland and Belfast, guests are able to enjoy all the activities these colorful and unique communities have to offer. From water activities, hiking, sailing, kayaking to visiting museums, Maine artisans, wineries, art galleries, shops and enjoying great dining there is something for everyone.