Friday Feature: Maxwell House in Lamoine, Maine

Maxside2mlsSpacious bungalow in a park-like setting with elevated views of Frenchman Bay and a deeded right of way to the ocean. Located in a lovely seaside neighborhood in the Marlboro section of Lamoine, this vintage charmer is sited on a beautifully landscaped lot with mature trees and landscaping. Enjoy views to Egg Rock Light, Cadillac Mountain and Schoodic. Flexible floor plan with plenty of space for everyone. Great rental potential. Includes an attached two-bay garage with separate shed. In addition to the deeded neighborhood ocean access, the home is just a short distance from Marlboro Beach. This wonderful property is also convenient to Ellsworth, Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.

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Friday Feature: Sunset Ledge in Northeast Harbor, Maine

SusetLedgeAn early Fred Savage cottage perched on the hillside allowing for views over Southwest and Northeast Harbors. With its steep-pitched gable and large covered piazza, Sunset Ledge has 10 bedrooms and 7.5 baths and is close to town, harbor, and hiking trails. The charm of the well-preserved period detail is evident throughout, with fireplaces, sitting porches on two floors, and native landscaping creating an inviting setting. Mountain and ocean views.

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Friday Feature: Western Way Townhouse, #11 in SW Harbor, ME

IMG 2794Western Way Townhouse #11 offers an easy, open floor plan with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Two ocean-facing decks absorb the dynamic views of the working harbor and the islands off Mount Desert Island. Stroll the beautifully manicured grounds, take a sauna or a swim in the pool, or wander down to the dock and head out onto the waters of the Great Harbor and beyond. The condominium complex was built in 1986. Western Way Townhouse is unique opportunity to enjoy island living with many comforts close at hand.

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Friday Feature: Harbourside in Northeast Harbor, Maine

Entry porch to Inn
Harbourside, built in 1888, is located on a wooded hillside a few minutes walk from the village of Northeast Harbor. The two buildings on the grounds were designed by famed architect Fred Savage in the Shingle-Style so popular to the Maine coast during the later part of the nineteenth century. With more than 14 bedrooms, all with full baths, the main building has been run as a venerated and beloved inn for over a century. The charm of well-preserved period detail is evident throughout, with fireplaces, alcoves, sitting porches, and beautiful woodwork at every turn.

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