Step back in time to a summer home built in 1890 by Charles Parker of Boston. He envisioned a salt water farm and he built a 4 bedroom New England Cape, a boat house and stable. The property is an entire point of land (Parker Point) with 830 ft of deep water frontage and two private beaches. The house faces west with an incredible panoramic view of East Penobscot Bay all the way to the Camden Hills. Yachts, schooners and working lobster boats pass by daily. Many people feel that this is the loveliest spot on the entire coast.
The four bedroom main house includes a wonderful screened porch facing the sea where guests can dine leisurely on lobster as they watch the most spectacular sunsets on the coast of Maine. The estate remains relatively unchanged since it was built in 1890 and most of the furnishings and house wares are the original ones. Nearly everywhere one looks in the home or on the property, there is a piece of the past with a story behind it. It’s not unlike visiting a private museum. No matter what you may be escaping from, you will find sanctuary here while you rest, rejuvenate and reconnect with nature.
Bedroom / Bathroom Details
|Bedroom 1: Double bed upstairs||Bathroom 1: Full upstairs|
|Bedroom 2: Double bed upstairs||Bathroom 2: Full downstairs|
|Bedroom 3: Double bed upstairs|
|Bedroom 4: Double bed upstairs|
2018 Rates and Available Weeks
|June 23rd to June 30th||$1,500|
|June 30th to July 7th||$2,000|
|July 7th to July 14th||$2,000|
|July 14th to July 21st||$2,000|
|August 25th to September 1st||$2,000|
|September 1st to September 8th||$1,500|
- Please note that these are base rates and do not include a $150.00 administrative fee, a non-refundable weekly cleaning fee and Maine State Sales and Lodging tax of 9.0%.
- All cottages also require a refundable security deposit and some cottages require a refundable pet deposit
- Please call for rates and availability of weeks not listed