Newly renovated and charming 1850 farmhouse and adjacent original barn overlooking the Benjamin River.; four miles from the Brooklin Inn, the Brooklin General store, and library.
Benjamin River is a small protected harbor full of wooden sailing craft. There is a public launching raft across the harbor.
The waterfront has a set of shore steps and can be reached by walking through the pasture at the back of the house until you reach an access road which will lead you there, about 1/4 mile walk. The “beach” is gravel, a few rocks by shore.
At high tide a kayak can be brought to bottom of steps, otherwise it would be carried out to the tide line.
The farm is located on four acres and it abuts 30 acres of lovely scenic conservation rock strewn fields and forest land. There is pleasant walking in the mowed fields and a long gravel road leading to the Benjamin River Boatyard. The stone patio by the kitchen overlooks the fields, afternoon sun, and the adjacent fieldstone firepit. The property is within close range of two public launching ramps : Benjamin River Sedgwick ramp; and Naskeag Point, Brooklin.
The house welcome manual details local ocean charts and geodetic survey land maps.
The owner can make available day charters on a 36’ traditional gaff rigged sailing ketch and/or a 21’ open traditional motor launch for viewing the Eggemoggin Reach waters and local island exploration. (CDC guidelines permitting)
Amenities and activities farther afield for exploring, walking, hiking, boating and dining include: Naskeag Point, The Wooden Boat School, Stonington and Deer Isle, Blue Hill, Cape Rosier and Mount Desert. Taxi services are available for access to the Bangor and Trenton airports.
The house features two working fireplaces.
Of the three bedrooms, two are master suites. The first floor master bedroom conveniently suits a multigenerational family vacation.
The kitchen is large and features top grade professional gourmet appliances.
The house has a number of unusual architectural details and the interior features New England style antiques, curiosities and various works of art.
Bedroom / Bathroom Details
|Bedroom 1: King Bed downstairs||Bathroom 1: Full in Master Suite downstairs|
|Bedroom 2: Full Bed upstairs with fold out||Bathroom 2: Half downstairs|
|Bedroom 3: Single Bed upstairs||Bathroom 3: Full in Master Suite upstairs|
2021 Rates and Available Weeks
|June 5th to June 12th||$1,500|
|June 12th to June 19th||$1,500|
|June 19th to June 26th||$1,500|
|June 26th to July 3rd||$1,800|
|July 3rd to July 10th||$1,800|
|July 10th to July 17th||$1,800|
|July 17th to July 24th||$1,800|
|July 24th to July 31st||$1,800|
|July 31st to August 7th||$1,800|
|August 7th to August 14th||$1,800|
|August 14th to August 21st||$1,800|
|August 21st to August 28th||$1,800|
|August 28th to September 4th||$1,800|
|September 4th to September 11th||$1,800|
|September 11th to September 18th||$1,500|
|September 18th to September 25th||$1,500|
|September 25th to October 2nd||$1,500|
|October 2nd to October 9th||$1,500|
|October 9th to October 16th||$1,500|
- Please note that these are base rates and do not include a $175.00 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