MAIN HOUSE, FIRST FLOOR: Enter through French doors to a sunny and welcoming Foyer. From here access the back yard via another set of French doors, the Great Room with its Kitchen and Dining Areas flanked by two separate Living Areas, or pass through to the Bedroom Wing. The Great Room is awash in light from several sets of oversized French doors and boasts two showcase fireplaces, one on each end, with comfortable seating focused upon each one. A Mason and Hamlin Double B Grand Piano perched next to one fireplace further complements the space. Centered between these lovely areas one finds the high-end Kitchen, and the adjacent Dining Area with seating for up to 10. A spiral stair in this area leads to a lofted guest suite above. The Bedroom Wing on the first floor reminds one of simpler days. Understated yet elegant, two Bedrooms (one with a queen bed, the other with bunk beds) share a Full Bath with tub and shower. A Laundry Area completes this wing, as well as a stair to the second floor master bedroom.
MAIN HOUSE, SECOND FLOOR: Stairs from the Bedroom Wing lead up to the Master Bedroom Suite with queen bed and Private Full Bath with tub and shower. French doors open to a small balcony at this level. Spiral stairs accessed via the Great Room lead to a lofted Guest Bedroom with queen bed, a crib, and a Half Bath.
OUTDOOR SPACES: Living and Dining areas give directly on the playing field, a converted tennis court now delightfully used for badminton, volleyball and croquet. Outdoor furniture and propane grill in a semi-shaded grassy area.
TENNIS COTTAGE, FIRST FLOOR: Combined Living and Dining area with fireplace, upright piano and queen sized sleeper sofa. Breakfast area. Stacked washer/dryer. Master Bedroom with queen bed. Full Bath with tub and shower.
OUTDOOR SPACES: Sunny front lawn adjacent to blueberry field leading to Main House, and surrounding woods.
EXTRAS: Grand piano in Main House, upright piano in cottage. Air conditioning in living/dining area and Master Bedroom in main house.
About this area:
The village of Seal Harbor has many attributes, including proximity to Northeast and Bar Harbor, a lovely hillside overlooking the quiet harbor and a well-protected public beach. The community abuts Acadia National Park, a significant portion of which was donated by Seal Harbor resident John D. Rockefeller. The Park Loop Road, the Wildwood Riding Stables, historic Jordan Pond House, and the many carriage roads around Day Mountain, Little Long Pond, the Bubbles, and Jordan Pond, are all easily accessible from the village.
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2020 Weekly Rates, not yet confirmed for upcoming season:
Aug 14 - Aug 21: $5600
Aug 21 - Oct 02: $4900
Rate does not include the cost of departure cleaning.
Availability last updated on: October 22, 2020