* 3 and 4 Porpoise Place are located in downtown Cape Porpoise.
* This is the listing for Chickadee Cottage only which sleeps up to 13 in bedrooms; plus two queen air mattresses for the 2 great rooms.
* If you wish to sleep more than 13 but less than 29, consider Chickadee's sister property--Lupine Lodge at VRBO listing #713286.
* If you wish to sleep up to 45 or hold an event you can rent both properties. To do this go to VRBO listing #645382.
* THIS CALENDAR FOR THIS LISTING SHOWS ONLY WHEN CHICKADEE IS ALREADY BOOKED. It is possible Lupine Lodge may still be available. To check go to listing #713286 and click on the calendar or contact me through this site.
Porpoise Place is an ideal location for family reunions, weddings, large gatherings or parties, Kennebunkport Christmas Prelude, etc. Two newly constructed homes--Chickadee Cottage and Lupine Lane--are now ready for rental! Chickadee and Lupine can be rented separately or together as each are on separate but adjoining 3/4 acre lots. Both homes have new heating and air conditioning systems. Chickadee Cottage is handicap accessible and is dog friendly with a fenced area for dogs and children. Chickadee has six bedrooms: two masters with king sized beds and ensuite baths downstairs, and 4 upstairs with two more full baths: another King, two Queens, and a twin bunk bed with a trundle. There are also two powder rooms downstairs. Chickadee boasts two screened porches and a large deck facing the forever wild woodlands behind the house, a large kitchen/dining room with state of the art stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, and a large cathedral ceilinged great room with a gas fireplace and large screened TV. There is a Weber grill with a direct gas feed so you will never run out of fuel! A large sodded grassed play area for lawn games (bocce, croquet, sign toss and others provided by owner), picnic tables, multiple decks and 2 screened porches.
Porpoise Place is a perfect venue in Southeastern Maine for your next event or vacation! Porpoise Place is located off Langsford Road in the quintessential fishing village of Cape Porpoise, Maine. Two large newly constructed homes at 3 and 4 Porpoise Place will offer you plenty of upscale housing and amenities to host your next corporate event, family reunion, bachelorette party, small wedding, or a multiple family vacation. If you want to take advantage of Porpoise Place for an event, both Chickadee Cottage and Lupine Lodge have to be rented. There is also a site for a tent or other facility for your gathering; contact the owner for further information about renting Porpoise Place for your event.
And while located in the very heart of Cape a Porpoise within two blocks of town center, Chickadee is surrounded by woods and natural Maine habitat. Walk behind the home on your own path to Bradbury’s market or the Church on the Cape. Or walk two blocks on the sidewalk to the ever popular Musette Restaurant, the quintessential Nunan's Lobster Hut for great seafood and home made desserts, or Cape Porpoise kitchen for morning pastries and coffee, take out sandwiches for your beach picnic, or take out prepared foods for dinner. Nunan’s Lobster is 4 blocks away and the Cape Porpoise Ice Cream shop is a dangerous 3 blocks from Porpoise Place. Or head up the street 2 blocks to Langsford Road Lobster and wait while they cook the freshly caught lobster you just picked out. If you are up for a half mile walk or bike ride you can head up Pier Road, enjoying beautiful views of CP Harbor, until you arrive at the working fishing/lobstering pier where you can watch the fishermen in action, sit out on the benches and view Goat Island Lighthouse, listen to the melodious fog horn, launch a kayak or indulge in the three renowned eateries–upscale Pier 77 with gorgeous views of the harbor, The Ramp, a very popular bar with lots of sports and other memorabilia, including autographs all over the walls of some of sport’s most acclaimed…and of course, George and Barbara Bush, or Cape Porpoise Chowder House where your food is made to order and brought out to you to eat while watching the boats and harbor. And new this past summer is The Lost Fire, a steakhouse in a charming setting, just 1/3 mile for the house.
If you want to head to the beach, you can buy your weekly pass right at the police station less than half mile away and head 3 miles north by car or bike to Goose Rocks Beach or 3 miles in the other direction to Kennebunk, Gooch’s or Mother’s beaches. And if the restaurants and shops in Cape Porpoise aren’t enough, drive less less than 3 to highly acclaimed Earth restaurant at Hidden Pond (reservations book up weeks in advance so keep that in mind), the Tides at Tides Beach Club or check out the 50 plus ice cream flavors at Goose Rock’s dairy.