Can you imagine owning this! And how about those old cars! This lightkeeper’s house was built in 1907. It is located on two acres in Isle Au Haut, Maine. This is an island only accessible by boat and there is a boat service that runs daily. This property is being sold furnished. The listing includes the four bedroom keepers house, a two bedroom guest house, two sleeping cabins, a deep water dock and a boathouse. It ran for many years as a popular inn and most recently as a vacation rental. This property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and half of the island is the Acadia National Park. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,500 square feet. $1,975,000
Contact Jamie O’Keefe with The Knowles Company: 207-299-8732
From the Zillow listing:
Rare opportunity to own a historic lightkeeper’s house on a beautiful Maine island. Boasting incredible views of Penobscot Bay, the Isle au Haut Thorofare, the islands and Camden Hills, this unique property includes the 4-bedroom keeper’s house, a 2-bedroom guest-house, two sleeping cabins, boathouse and a deepwater dock. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Keeper’s House maintains its original charm and offers outstanding views of the ocean and the majestic lighthouse. The property is being offered turnkey with all furnishings. It was run for many years as a popular inn and most recently as a successful vacation rental. Use as a summer residence or income property. Self-sufficient property is powered by photovoltaics and generator with fresh water supplied from the ocean via a reverse osmosis system. Isle au Haut is a rugged, but beautiful island with a year-round population and daily boat service from the mainland – located some five miles away. Approximately half of the island is part of Acadia National Park, with wonderful hiking trails and incredible vistas. This could be your ideal Maine Coast retreat.
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