“Eegonos”, also known as East of Eden. Circa 1907. Nine acres in Maine. $12,500,000

March 22, 2019

“Eegonos” was built in 1907. It is also known as East of Eden. It was built by Boston Architect, Guy Lowell as a summer estate. It was one of the few houses to survive Bar Harbor’s devastating 1947 fire. It is described as Beaux Arts and Mediterranean Revival. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

This home has 14 foot ceilings, huge fireplaces and views of Frenchman Bay. The property has an eight car garage. The home is situated just minutes from the town center of Bar Harbor, Maine. It is also close to Acadia National Park.

When the home was first built it cost $97,200 to build. The home was built by 150 Italian workers. During the years of 1959 and 1975 the property was used as a French language school for girls. It was then sold and turned back into a private residence.

The house has a wine cellar and 14 marble fireplaces. There are wrought iron balconies. The property has a private dock. Eight bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, and 15,000 square feet. $12,500,000

From the Zillow listing:


This 15000 square foot single family home has 8 bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms. It is located at 145 Eden St Bar Harbor, Maine.

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