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Nestled in the woods on Cutler's Cove, Treasure Point is a vacation spot like no other you will find.This unique summer residence was constructed by Amish builders in Pennsylvania who came to Maine to 'raise' the timber frame house. NEW FOR 2011 - gorgeous screen patio ovrelooking the water.
On occasion, a structure turns out to be a work of art and that is indeed what the Treasure Point house is. With an eye to rustic styling while still embracing the comforts and necessities of a modern house, Treasure Point is tranquil, comfortable and well-appointed.The property consists of 2.5 acres of woods. It is the last house on Watts Point, with acres of privately owned woods at the point assuring privacy.
There is simply no street traffic by the house; the road dead-ends here! The properly includes 357 feet of waterfront and a deep water mooring.
Treasure Point has a main house and carriage house. Both the main house and the carriage house face the water and feature gorgeous views from every room.
The main house is furnished with a welcoming combination of comfortable furniture and farmhouse antiques. New owners have refurnished but kept the large antique pieces that remind visitors they are in New England. An open living room, dining room and kitchen are drenched in natural light from a wall of windows, reaching the roof-line, and French doors opening onto the large water-side deck. The deck will be a major attraction of any visit, with comfortable outdoor seating and a dining area for 8.
The kitchen, modern with custom cabinets and a center island with stools for casual meals and comfortable conversation, is well-equipped with a gas cook-top, wall oven, microwave, dishwasher and full-sized refrigerator. There is a dining area off the kitchen as well.
The living room features comfortable couches and chairs as well as satellite television and wireless Internet.
Internet service is provided by Hughes Net which is a satellite-based service. Internet service may be limited as to the amount of data that can be downloaded and will not be suitable for large downloads such as movies. This service is best suited for web browsing and checking email.
Off the living room, you will find the master suite with its own private entrance to the front deck. The master has a king bed and an en suite half bath.
Above the living room is a large loft area with sleeping for 4 in two twins and one double bed. The large loft overlooks the living room area, sharing the spectacular light and views. With beds comfortable enough for adults, the loft is also a haven for kids, with lots of books and toys. Off the loft is a full bathroom and a laundry room.
The owners collect books, music, art and glasswork, and have brought to this special place a few choice selections that seemed to belong here. Time spent at home here will be as special and memorable as your time in the beautiful Maine outdoors.
The carriage house is its own little living area with a full bath. Fashioned the same way as the house, the post and beam construction creates a gorgeous little sanctuary. The carriage house is a perfect refuge for teenagers or family members who want some quiet space, a work place, or privacy.
In 2012, the carriage house was completed. This gorgeous building, steps away from the main house, offers a screen porch with vaulted ceilings, a large multifunction room/den with a gas fireplace, seating for 8 plus, television with cable. And as always, additional quarters above with a full bathroom and a living area above with a queen bed, a efficiency kitchen and private living area with gorgeous views.
Primarily a fishing and lobstering community, St. George is made up of several distinct villages—Clark Island, Wiley's Corner, Martinsville, Tenants Harbor, and Port Clyde. Although the harbor villages of Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde are the best known (and most visited), you'll find lodging establishments, dining facilities, art galleries, and small businesses all along the diverse and beautiful coastal town.
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