Formerly the carriage house for William Ralph Emerson and designed and named "Redwood" in 1876, this five-bedroom lodge has been lovingly renovated, yet still has the charm of a turn-of-the-century summer cottage. An addition to the house in 1951 was designed by local architect Robert W. Patterson to include numerous windows, salvaged and repurposed from the farmhouse of the famous Dorr Family Estate nearby. Surrounded by lovely gardens, this gem is a short walk to the Bar Harbor Shore Path and the center of Bar Harbor's village, yet feels private and secluded from the hustle and bustle of the village center.
Enjoy waterfront living and fabulous harbor views in this modernized 1880's three-level family residence that has been lovingly restored with renovations and additions to create a spacious, stylish and comfortable home. With its stained-glass front door, raised shingle-styled living room ceiling, several large waterside windows and deck, you'll find this home a wonderful space to unwind or entertain during your stay.
A perfect place to rest and relax! Nestled amongst the trees near the center of Seal Harbor, this recently purchased home promises to be a fresh, comfortable and appealing spot to return to year after year! Multiple seating areas both inside and out to read a book and enjoy. Acadia National Park's entrance are close by as is the Jordan Pond House, Wildwood Stables and Seal Harbor Beach all just a couple of miles down the road.