Soak in gorgeous views of the Damariscotta River from nearly every room of this Boothbay home, a three-bedroom waterfront retreat that offers a deepwater dock, an expansive and partially screened deck, and a stunning location in the heart of Midcoast Maine! Recline with a novel in one of the soft leather chairs, use the WiFi to follow the tide charts, or choose a DVD favorite to watch on the flatscreen cable TV and Blu-ray/DVD player. Planning to pick up a few local steamers or live lobsters from the legendary Boothbay Lobster Wharf? You'll have plenty of space to prepare them in the cheerful full kitchen. When the sun is shining and the autumn leaves begin to turn, you and your guests will spend most of your time on the beautiful outdoor deck. Lower the retractable screens as you gather around the patio table, enjoying haddock fresh from the gas grill, or simply bask in the sunshine on a lounge chair as you gaze at the river and dock below. Additional amenities include a sofabed, a stereo system, and a selection of family-friendly board games. Whether you're planning a summer getaway for your family or a relaxing couples' vacation, this spacious property offers a wonderful blend of convenience, comfort, and natural beauty.
Beautifully situated less than 400 feet from the water's edge, this three-level home is nestled in a scenic neighborhood just three miles northeast of bustling Boothbay Harbor. It's also only six miles from the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and 12 miles south of Wiscasset. Known as one of New England's favorite summer playgrounds since the mid-19th century, the Boothbay region is an ideal destination for sailing enthusiasts, anglers, and nature lovers alike. The Boothbay Region Land Trust operates more than 30 miles of year-round hiking trails in the area, and you can easily book a fishing charter in charming downtown Boothbay Harbor. Experienced sailors and sea kayakers should also take a day trip around the neighboring Pemaquid Peninsula, which is one of the loveliest untouched landscapes in Midcoast Maine.
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Private gas grill