Settled on a bridge-connected island, this inviting 18th century 'get-away-from-it-all' dwelling on 7 acres at cove’s edge offers an idyllic setting for a couple or for your family reunion, or a relaxing vacation of solitude. While it comfortably sleeps 14, this home is cozy enough for singles or couples, using just the ground floor, porch and patio. It has a well-equipped kitchen, an inviting dining room that seats 12-15, a large living room leading to a porch overlooking Heal Cove and the Tyler Islands,a sunny sitting room leading to a patio overlooking the pond, 5 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, a double-car garage, and almost 360 degrees of water views, complete with warm sunrises over a quiet pond and magnificent sunsets over its deep-water dock. The setting offers large lawn areas for playing volleyball, croquet, frisbee, bochee ball plus opportunities for fishing, biking, hiking wooded trails, canoeing, wind surfing, kayaking, or boating as well as area sightseeing, antiquing, and shopping. It’s unique charm is in the quiet it offers surrounded by nature while rocking on the screened porch overlooking the Tyler islands. Relaxing or socializing: it's all here.
Accessibility and Nearby Attractions: This home is accessible by bridge and situated well for those who enjoy exploring nearby tourist attractions, antiquing, visiting art galleries and restaurants found in the nearby towns: the picturesque village of Wiscasset, location of Red’s Eats world-famous for its lobster rolls and Treats of Maine reknown for its homebaked goods, great soups, fine wine selection and catering service; the bustling town of Boothbay Harbor offering the acclaimed Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens or boat trips to watch whales or puffins or a day trip to Monhegan Island as wells a railroad village or theatre.
Activities a Bit Further Away: For those wanting a bit further jaunt, it’s not far to other destinations: Pemaquid Point with the crashing surf and its historic lighthouse, not to mention the delicious food; Five Islands in Georgetown with lobster cooked and served on the pier; Rockland with its historic museum housing Wyeth paintings and a ferry to Vinalhaven; Camden with it’s wonderful shopping and hiking; or even to Augusta, with the historic State of Maine Museum. For those wanting a bit of beach time, it’s less than an hour to Popham Beach, complete with fort, or Reid State Park.
Shopping and Restaurants: For those interested in bargains and retail shopping, it’s only ½ hour to the weekend long flea market in Woolwich or a 45 minute drive to Freeport, home of LLBean and a plethora of outlet stores, and just an hour to Portland with its wide choices of fine Maine-based or ethnic restaurants. Internet access is available on an in-house computer.