Beautiful early 1800's Cape on 410' of the Sheepscot River in Boothbay Harbor. There is a private dock to launch your kayak, canoe or paddle board. Sit on the dock and take in the amazing water views and surrounding islands, fish or just relax. A great spot to enjoy your morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening watching the sun set. Also watch the blinking "ink bottle" in the evening from the dock or porch marking the northern end of Southport Island and the entrance into Townsend Gut. The house has been lovingly restored enhancing its warmth and unique character. The fully equipped kitchen has butcher block countertops, a new refrigerator and microwave, an oven and dishwasher. There are new Williams-Sonoma and Crate & Barrel dishes, also wine glasses, coffee maker, toaster and all the cooking equipment to cover your kitchen needs. The kitchen is open to the dining room with seating for six. The living room has a sofa and two arm chairs and a flat screen TV. The room is bright and sunny with wonderful views of the water and dock. An entry way with lots of closet space and a half bath complete this floor. There is also Wi-Fi and cable and two Monitor heaters for chilly evenings. Off the front of the house is a southerly facing porch with table, chairs and a bench leading to a stone terrace. A charcoal grill is also available. The sunny flat front yard is great for a game of croquet or bocce. A small brook also flows at the base of the lawn.
The second floor has a sunny master bedroom with a queen bed. There are two Empire bureaus and a desk for working on a computer.
Down a short hall is a second bedroom which has twin beds and two bureaus as well. The third bedroom is reached through this room and has twin beds. One of which is extra long. A small back stairway from this room goes down to the kitchen. The full bath is off the hall and has a tiled tub and shower. There is a baseboard heater in the bathroom for chilly mornings and evenings if needed. Enjoy water views from all but three windows in the house.
Just three miles from picturesque Boothbay Harbor and all of its amenities, but far enough away to enjoy a peaceful retreat. Great for families, artists, writers, outdoor enthusiasts (three Boothbay Region Land Trust trails are close by) or anyone wanting to enjoy a true taste of Maine.