Listings for Debbie Holmes

2 Foggy Lane Cutler ME 04652

Cutler, ME2 Foggy Lane

Price$399,900

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MLS Number 1357539

  • Residential
  • Listing Status Active
  • Address 2 Foggy Lane
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 4

This custom built home has a front row seat to watch the sun rise over the harbor as the fishermen begin their day. Located on pristine Cutler Harbor, this 4 Bedroom home features hardwood and tile floors, views from every room and oversized attached 2 car garage. Designed by the owner, this home offers storage galore, with numerous walk-in closets & plenty of storage space. The low windows allow for full views out to the harbor. Located just up the coast from Machias, the county seat Cutler Harbor sparkles in the center of town and is home to lobster fishermen & their fleet of boats, along with century-old homes and views to die for. Just a few miles of State Highway Route 1, Cutler is a destination unto itself, on the way to nowhere else. It is peaceful, relaxed, a place where can walk to the neighbors and play along the beach in safety. Hidden on the seaward side of the Island at the head of Cutler Harbor is Little River Light, restored to its shining glory of the 50's.

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Coastal Land Lot For Sale | Trescott, Maine

Lot 98-8 Eastern Head Road Trescott Twp ME 04652

MLS Number 1364466

  • Land
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 46

Enjoy the raw beauty of the Bold Coast of Maine from this 46-acre oceanfront property. The tree lined driveway takes you close to the rugged waterfront where views of open ocean expand in front of you.  It is an easy climb down the rocky frontage to the ocean floor.  The current owners enjoy the benefits of the Tree Growth Tax exemption and according to the Forest Management plan, there is harvestable timber ready for the cutting.  Low, low taxes, privacy galore and the raw beauty of the Bold Coast make this a truly amazing property. Located in the Bold Coast area of Trescott TWP, Maine.   The property consists of a variety of mixed wood trees and is currently under a State of Maine Tree Growth Tax Exemption Plan.  According to the forester who developed the Forest Management plan, harvestable timber stands are available along with a biodiverse environment that includes habitats for many native species including deer, moose, ruffed grouse, Pileated Woodpeckers, and more.   Along the Eastern boundary, a small stream runs west to east and provides addition wildlife habitat.  The gravel road (right of way) divides the wood lot from the ocean front home lot.  The property gently slopes to the ocean. The shore land has a beautiful carpet of moss among the Spruce and Cedar trees.  It opens up to 400 feet of rocky shoreline with wild iris growing along its edges.  The beach can be accessed by a short climb down the rocky ledges.  It is in an undeveloped area with mixed wood forest along with beautiful ocean vistas.  A private gravel road right of way with power poles winds through the large subdivided lots allowing for privacy yet convenient access.  The area is near several Bold Coast Trail heads, and this part of Trescott TWP is between the fishing village of Cutler with its picturesque harbor and Lubec, Maine home of West Quoddy Head State Park and the eastern most point in the United States.  Trescott TWP is an unorganized territory of the state of Maine and is governed by the state.  The area is an outdoor enthusiasts dream. Boating, including kayaking and canoeing an be initiated from the property's shore front. Larger boats can be moored off shore. The subdivision's covenants allow for horseback riding, biking, and hiking within its boundaries. Beyond the subdivision, there are a miles of developed trail systems for hiking, ATVing and snowmobiling. The Downeast area provides opportunities for whale watching, and ocean fishing.  Guided boat tours of the islands and native wildlife are available.  There are many summer and fall festivals in the surrounding towns.  The Downcast area is home to many acres a blueberry barrens, conservancy land, and nature preserves.  The surrounding towns of Lubec, and Machias, offer all needed conveniences.  To the north is Calais, Maine and the Canadian border crossing into New Brunswick , Canada  or travel further north to the hillsides of Aroostook County.  To the south is Ellsworth and the gateway to Acadia State park. and to the West is Bangor and the western Mountains. The Bold Coast consists of many salt water coves and inland estuaries.  Moose Cove opens into the Grand Manan Channel and the Atlantic Ocean.  The property it a short distance from many bays that mark the beginning of the Bay of Fundy.  The Downeast area also is home to many recreational lakes and water sheds that have a variety of fish.  The property is located half way between Cutler and Lubec. It is a short drive to Quoddy Head State park and Campolbello Island as well as the Cutler Land Preserve in the opposite direction.   Lubec boasts the most shore land of any town in Maine (90 miles) because of its many inner bays and coves.  There are numerous nature preserves and refuges that encourage public use while protecting habitats and endangered species.  Lubec has over 4000 acres of preserved lands for hiking, biking and exploring while the Bold Coast Trails in the Cutler Land Preserve offers over 12,000 acres with trails along the Bold Coast as well as the upland peat bogs and blueberry fields. The Downeast Sunrise Trail system offers 96 miles of trails within Downeast Maine winding from Calais to Ellsworth along the old railroad tracks.  Biking, hiking, ATV riding, horseback riding in the summer; snowmobiling and cross country skiing in the winter provide hours of recreational entertainment. Downeast Maine – a great place for a visit or a lifetime!   

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Coastal Country Home For Sale | Cutler, Maine

459 Number 9 Road Cutler ME 04626

Cutler, ME459 Number 9 Road

Price$219,000

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MLS Number 1406210

  • Residential
  • Address 459 Number 9 Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 2

Easy one story living in this 28 x 48’ Ranch surrounded by 7± acres and abutting state land. This stick built home has an easy floor plan with spacious bedrooms and an open kitchen, living room and dining room. The master bedroom is spacious and has an en suite bath. Outside the home has cedar shingles and a metal roof for easy maintenance. A 38 x 38 garage offers plenty of space to house a commercial fishing vessel, RV or any number of recreational “toys”. The 7± acre lot has frontage on Schooner Brook and is one of the boundaries for this property. The other side of Schooner Brook is part of the State of Maine Cutler Trail. Cutler Harbor, a deep-water harbor and home to Cutler’s commercial fishing fleet, is located just a short 3 miles from here. You can moor your commercial or pleasure boat and take advantage of the deep water and protected harbor. If boating is not for you, you are just a ½ mile from the parking lot for the Cutler Coast Public Reserve Land and Trails. This 12,334-acre preserve covers an expanse if blueberry barrens, peat bogs and woodlands with a 4.5 mile of headlands (interspersed by pocket coves and cobble beaches) overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Hikers can enjoy 10 miles of trails, three remote tent sites and spectacular views from the property's steep cliffs-part of the dramatic "Bold Coast" that extends from Cutler to Lubec. Washington County is sometimes referred to as the "Sunrise County" because it includes the eastern most point in the United States, and where many believe the sun first rises on the forty-eight contiguous states. Blueberries play a major role; nearly 85% of the world's supply of wild blueberries comes from Washington County. Lobsters accounted for over $45 million dollars of economic activity in 2014. Washington County was established June 25, 1789 in conjunction with Hancock County. Originally Washington County stretched along the eastern border of New Brunswick all the way to the disputed northern boundary with Canada. Machias was established as the shiretown and is just a half hour drive from this home. The county covers 3,258 square miles with 695 square miles of water, or 21% of the land mass. The population is located, for the most part, along the coast. The county is so large that it takes four hours to drive from one end to the other. During that drive you will enjoy the ever-changing topography. From the great rock formations, lakes and streams and wide-open expanses - some with large blueberry barrens. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Enjoy all that Downeast Maine has to offer for a season or a lifetime!

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Maine Coastal Real Estate For Sale | Lubec, Maine

131 Lubec Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME131 Lubec Road

Price$205,000

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MLS Number 1373589

  • Residential
  • Address 131 Lubec Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathroom 2

Maine Coastal Real Estate For Sale. This updated Cape offers unobstructed waterfront views of Lubec Channel and Spark Plug Lighthouse. Located just miles from Town of Lubec and Quoddy Head State Park & Lighthouse. This is a wonderfully kept summer cottage or year round home. Great floor plan offers 2 bedrooms on the first floor and 2 large rooms upstairs. Two full baths, one on each floor. Property has private ham radio towers set up that can be included in the sale or removed by the sellers if desired. The floors are hardwood throughout with a large sunroom on the front of the cottage overlooking stunning ocean views. Landscaped beautifully with perennial gardens to enjoy and a couple of garden boxes to fill with your favorite plants. A storage shed is on site to help with your storage needs. Quiet and peaceful neighborhood in a one of a kind community. Lubec is a small coastal community that hosts summertime guests from all around the world. It is the most easterly town in the U.S. and home to famous Quoddy Head Lighthouse. Lubec has over 90 miles of shorefront and the area offers over 12,000 acres of preserved public lands and parks. Picnic at cliff-top tables along the spectacular hiking trails as you observe lobster boats and trawlers plying the water. Go blueberrying in August, join us for our old fashioned 4th of July celebration, beachcombing and kayaking anytime. Stay with us in September to enjoy the festivities of the Pirate Festival and watch our leaves turn colors before your very eyes. Atlantic Ocean water surrounds Lubec with views that take your breath away. Do a Whale Tour or watch the sailboats cruising our island studded bays. A flurry of activity is always happening in Downtown Lubec nightly throughout the summer. Whether you are watching seals play in the cove behind Franks Dockside Restaurant or listening to the music coming out of Lubec Brewery, you will be taken in by the variety of Nationalities walking around the historic town. Cross the bridge on Lubec’s Main Street and you’re on the International island of Campobello where President Roosevelt spent his summers breathing clean coastal air. This is a one of a kind find, so call us today to make that appointment to see this property for yourself.

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Maine Coastal Home for Sale in Lubec

105 County Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME105 County Road

Price$187,000

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MLS Number 1344910

  • Residential
  • Address 105 County Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Near Town
  • Bedrooms 3

This cozy Cape style home sits high on the banks of Johnsons Bay and surrounded by 1.75 acres. A paved drive leads to the home and detached one bay garage.  The first floor consists of a mud room, office/family room w/ half bath, Kitchen, dining room with sliding doors leading to a deck, first floor bedroom and full bath.  The second floor has two bedrooms and a half bath.  The land is open and has a few shade trees.  Lubec is a coastal community where fishing and clamming are still the main source of income for most local families. The town is surrounded by 90 miles of shorefront – deep water and tidal an over 2,800 acres of public lands in Lubec alone.  There is something for everyone – hiking, biking, kayaking, 4 wheeling and boating in the summer to snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and skating in the winter. Great location for the out-door enthusiast.  Summer also makes way for the arts with Summer Keys – a musical program where enthusiasts come from all over to be immersed in their studies while enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of coastal Lubec.  LUBEC – a great place to live, work and play!

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Ocean View Home For Sale

25 Bar Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME25 Bar Road

Price$185,000

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MLS Number 1318787

  • Residential
  • Address 25 Bar Road
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Rooms 5

This cozy 2 Br year-round cottage is located on beautiful South Lubec Beach and offers panoramic ocean views, eat in kitchen, bright & sunny living room and a deck off the back. Property comes with ROW to the private picnic area on beach. Enjoy moon lit strolls along the beach, be amazed by the star studded skies and the moods of the ocean all just a few hundred feet from home. Greet the morning sun as it rises over Campobello Island. Economical to maintain, just a few minute drive to town conveniences.

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Waterfront Home for Sale in Lubec, ME

145 Main Street Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME145 Main Street

Price$174,900

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MLS Number 1438718

  • Residential
  • Address 145 Main Street
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Intown
  • Bedrooms 4

Attention, commercial fishermen and investors - moore your fishing boat in your front yard! Historic 1890's New England Farmhouse sited on the banks of Johnson's Bay in the coastal community of Lubec. The .65± acres of land enjoys reduced taxes because the property is in the Working Waterfront category. The home needs some TLC but the bones are good and strong. You can enjoy awesome views out over the island-studded bay across to Eastport and beyond. The working waterfront is located on one end of the property and houses a large shed with power for working on traps or storing your rope or other equipment. Steps could be completed to the shorefront below where you can keep a dory to row out to your fishing vessel anchored offshore. Not into working the waterfront? You can still access the waterfront to your pleasure boat and rent the workshop to a local fisherman, giving him access to the waterfront, and keep your working waterfront exemption.

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Airstrip & Hanger Property for Sale in Maine

1018 Main Street Meddybemps ME 04657

Meddybemps, ME1018 Main Street

Price$145,000

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MLS Number 1421048

  • Land
  • Address 1018 Main Street
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 56.51

Once the home to Gillespie Field Airport, this property holds numerous possibilities. A paved circular driveway leads to 56 +/- acres of fields, woods, small pond and the 1,600+/- foot grass air strip. Build your dream home just minutes away from pristine Meddybemps Lake and the public landing. Great for boating, fishing and just relaxing. Create your own mini-farm converting the 3200 sq. ft. T hanger to house animals or use for other creative adventures. A small pond in the lower field is the perfect spot for a quick dip on those hot summer days. The 24 x18 Welding shop also remains on the property. The airstrip has overgrown grass, but could be mowed and but back in service. Power to the Hanger remains intact as does the well and septic system that serviced the home that once stood on the property. The power line to the Welding Shop is still there and just needs to be hooked back up to the power source. The old apple orchard, wild berries and rhubarb are an added bonus. The land is suitable for crop farming or grazing animals. Endless possibilities. Meddybemps is well known of the lake with the same name as the town. Meddybemps Lake is a 6,765 acre lake reaching depths of up to 58 feet and is made popular by the small mouth bass that fishermen love to catch! Just 93 miles from Bangor and the international airport. On hot days, the boat landing is just “down the road a-piece” where you can launch your boat and explore the island studded lake. If you prefer hunting, there’s plenty of that on your own back 40. White tail deer are plentiful and if your lucky there may be a moose or black bear. Small game like rabbit, quail or grouse, turkey and woodcock to name a few can keep a hunter busy thru the seasons. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18-22’; the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs and unnamed beauty. Truly, one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one doesn’t have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. A great place to get back in touch with nature, relax, rejuvenate, explore and enjoy.

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Historic Home With Ocean Views in Trescott, Maine

15 Jones Road Trescott Twp ME 04652

Trescott Twp, ME15 Jones Road

Price$145,000

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MLS Number 1404016

  • Residential
  • Address 15 Jones Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Near Public Beach
  • Bedrooms 3

Historic Bailey’s Mistake NE Farm House on .60 acres. Located in Tescott Township, this antique farmhouse offers distant views out over Bailey’s Mistake and the mighty Atlantic. Sit on the country porch and enjoy the cool sea breeze or relax on the deck in the hot tub and let all the tension of a busy day melt away. Inside the home there is an eat-in kitchen, sitting room, office and living room and bath on the first floor. The second floor has three bedrooms and a large walk-in closet with ½ bath. Great views from the bedroom windows. Walk to the sandy beach at Bailey’s Mistake just a short distance from home. Enjoy strolls along the beach or cool your toes in the brisk waters of the Atlantic. Just a short drive from here one has access to over 4000 acres of public lands in near by Lubec and over 12,000 acres of land in Cutler. Each site offers a unique view of the Bay of Fundy and the Mighty Atlantic. You will find trails to hike and bike, places to picnic and launch your kayak or canoe. Something for everyone. Trescott is a rural seaside community of a little over 300 full time residents. It covers about 25 square miles near the most northeastern tip of the US. With such a small year-round population, Trescott has been a part of Maine’s 10 million acre unorganized territory and has no local government since the town de-organized in 1945. It is regulated by the State of Maine and the Division of LUPC (Land Use Planning Commission). Taxes are lower than otherwise typical in Maine and children living within an unorganized township attend school in nearby towns. Trescott is informally divided into north and south regions. The phrase “you can’t get there from here” somewhat applies when traveling from North Trescott to South Trescott and having to leave town in order to get to the other part of town! In the Southern part of Trescott is the typical Bold Coast of Downeast Maine with sheer cliffs dropping down to the crashing surf below with a few coves, brooks and estuaries at sea level. There are a number of preserved parcels along this rocky coastline open to the public for exploration and enjoyment. The Northern portion offers a number of bays and inner streams and brooks to be enjoyed. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18-22’; the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs and unnamed beauty. Truly, one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one doesn’t have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined.

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Coastal Historic Home For Sale | Lubec, Maine

158 Main Street Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME158 Main Street

Price$145,000

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MLS Number 1403313

  • Residential
  • Address 158 Main Street
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Near Town
  • Bedrooms 3

Located in the coastal village of Lubec, this 3 bedroom historic home sits on a little knoll overlooking pristine Johnson’s Bay. Enjoy the glorious sunsets from the small deck in the front or from the comfort of the home. Outside the yard is dotted with perennial gardens and surrounded by trees which help shade the sun or those hot summer days. If you like to walk, it is an easy walk to all the town convenience. Built in 1902 as a simple New England Farm style home, the home features some original features such as the ornate door hardware and white and black porcelain glass knobs. The home has had many updates including new wood stove & chimney liner, renovated bathroom including new plumbing, new windows complete with lead remediation for the areas disturbed, stockade door and completely rewired all in 2015. A new boiler, water heater and kitchen floor re-done in 2014. Also the kitchen walls/floors were painted and suspended ceilings removed with new ceilings put in place. In 2018 the exterior was painted. Local tile accents adorn the kitchen walls and original hardware was left on the interior doors. The town of Lubec is the most easterly town in the United States and home to West Quoddy Head Lighthouse. The lighthouse has been leading sailors and fishermen safely home since 1808 when the original tower was built. The tower that stands today was built in 1853. Fishing is still a major way of life for a lot of residents. Quoddy Head State Park if 541 acres of hiking trails along some of the rugged coastline, inner peat bogs, highlands and rocky beaches. There are over 4000 acres of public lands in Lubec alone. With over 90 miles of shorefront the town has numerous opportunities for easy public access. Washington County is also known as the Sunrise County because it is the first County to greet the sunrise each day. Located in “downeast” Maine - the county is defined by the bold ocean to its east and the highlands to its west. Washington County has a number of border crossings to our Northern neighbor, Canada. With a population of around 32,000 - it is one of the more rural counties in Maine. The Sunrise Trail is an 85 mile trail along the old railroad tracks and go from Calais in Washington County to Ellsworth in Hancock County. The traverse the interior of Washington County and meander out to Machias and back thru the woods, fields and hills to Hancock County. It is a multi-use trail for hiking, biking, 4-wheeling and horseback riding. In the winter there is cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Other club trails can be accessed from the Sunrise Trail that take you to lakes, ponds and trails headed West. Great way to enjoy the wildlife and raw beauty of the area.

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Coastal Cape For Sale in Lubec, Maine

242 County Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME242 County Road

Price$144,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1377666

  • Residential
  • Address 242 County Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Near Town, Rural
  • Bedrooms 2

This cozy cape on 17 acres is located in the coastal town of Lubec. Renovated for ease of maintenance it is ready to move in. This historic built home has been well maintained and recently updated with vinyl shingles new windows, composition roof shingles, generator backup and area propane heat. A one car garage with vinyl siding and metal roof offers enough space for your vehicle and tools. The spacious yard is manicured and a circular drive is paved saving a lot of clean-up from tracked in dirt! The land is mostly field and would be a good opportunity for gardens and/or pasture. Start that hobby farm you have always wanted! Lubec is a coastal fishing village with over 90 miles of shoreland. There is over 12,000 acres within a 15 min. drive of conservation land both public and private open to the public for hiking, biking, picnicking and exploring. Grab your kayak and launch at one of the many sites around town. Explore the island studded bays, gaze at the Milky Way and be amazed at jost how vast and numerous the stars. Home to Summer keys, a music program for students from all over the U.S come to advance their skills, and the popular candy cane striped lighthouse - West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, there is something for everyone. Summer or year round, this truly is The Way Life Should Be in Downeast Maine. This cozy cape on 17+/- acres is located in the coastal town of Lubec. Renovated for ease of maintenance it is ready to move in. This historic built home has been well maintained and recently updated with vinyl shingles new windows, composition roof shingles, generator backup and area propane heat. A one car garage with vinyl siding and metal roof offers enough space for your vehicle and tools. The spacious yard is manicured and a circular drive is paved saving a lot of clean-up from tracked in dirt! Located on 17+/- acres, there is room to expand, explore and cultivate! Year round or seasonal. Lubec is a coastal fishing village with over 90 miles of shoreland. There is over 12,000 acres within a 15 min. drive of conservation land both public and private open to the public for hiking, biking, picnicking and exploring. Grab your kayak and launch at one of the many sites around town.

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Maine Country Home For Sale in Lubec

24 Lubec Road Lubec ME 04652

Lubec, ME24 Lubec Road

Price$135,000

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MLS Number 1433211

  • Residential
  • Address 24 Lubec Road
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 3

Enjoy the sights and sounds of coastal living in this Dutch Colonial home overlooking Johnson's Bay. This home offers a living room with brick fireplace, sunroom, updated kitchen with pantry, dining room, and a half bath all on the first floor. The second floor has three bedrooms including a master suite with sitting room, walk-in-closet, and full bath, and a second full bath with jetted tub--great for soaking after a day of work or play. Enjoy your morning coffee as you watch the sun rise, then as dusk approaches, watch the town slowly light up across the bay. A circular drive, gardens, and a 10' cellar complete this unique home. Lubec is a coastal community located in the most easterly town in the U.S. Surrounded by 90 miles of shoreline, you don't have to go far to find waterfront access to bays, coves, and the mighty Atlantic! Biking, hiking, boating, or just relaxing, there is something for everyone here. Lubec offers over 2,200 acres of preserved lands, conservation easements, and public holdings for all to enjoy. These lands have trails to bays, coves, inlets, peat bogs, cliffs, and rocky outcroppings, and of course crashing surfs on the bold Atlantic--all of the terrain for which Downeast Maine is well-known. A great place to live and play, year round or seasonal, we have it all!

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