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Great interior! Definitely waterfront! Circa 1865 in Maine. $390,000

March 10, 2023

This is definitely waterfront! The home was built in 1865. It is located in Winter Harbor, Maine. The home features hardwood floors, lots of natural light, exposed beams and vaulted ceiling. This home has been used as a fisherman’s work building and a local eatery. It has since been renovated into this beautiful home. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,150 square feet. $390,000

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From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to the most charming & cozy cottage in the village looking out onto Maine’s pristine waters. This idyllic home is located in Henry Cove, in the heart of Winter Harbor. As you step inside, you’ll find yourself greeted by stunning views of nature that will take your breath away. Encapsulating the beauty of Maine, the cottage features a calm and inviting living area complete with comfortable seating, a dining area, a kitchen, and a pellet stove to keep you warm, making it the perfect place to relax after a long day of exploring the area which is known for its restaurants, galleries, shops, library, yacht club, and golf course, just minutes from Acadia National Park’s Schoodic Point featuring some of the most spectacular scenery on the Coast of Maine. The home also features two cozy bedrooms, one of which offers spectacular second-floor views of the water. The bedrooms are well-appointed, each with its own bathroom and private space, providing a peaceful retreat for a restful night’s sleep.Since the original construction of this building in the 1860s, the property has been used as a fisherman’s work building and later a local eatery for the village of Winter Harbor. Now, beautifully renovated and updated, this makes a delightful cottage home with great rental potential. Don’t wait, schedule a showing while you can. Located in a serene and peaceful setting, this is the perfect place to enjoy oceanside Maine summers as you listen to the sounds of seagulls and gently crashing waves.



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