USA Maine Maine Coast St. George Listing #65404

Etta's House - St. George, ME

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4 reviews
Max. occupancy: 4 1 double bed, 1 twin trundle bed 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom Sleeps 3 comfortably  No pets  4WD/traction may be required in winter
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Self-service

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Classic home overlooking the St. George River with deck, fireplace & great views

Built in the 1960s by Etta and Almond Hall on land that had been owned by their family for 200 years, Etta's House is everything a summer cottage on the St. George River should be. The cottage, with stunning views of the river, still makes you feel like you're a million miles from everything that isn't as important as salt breezes, peace, and quiet.

Step inside to find exposed beams, a fireplace, and vintage bead-board cabinets existing in harmony with such modern conveniences as a full-size kitchen, free WiFi, and a TV with a DVD player. Large picture windows let in lots of natural light and cooling breezes. The deck spans the entire front of the house, offering a bistro dining set, a lounge chair, and three Adirondack chairs. A gas grill is also provided. Back inside, there are two bedrooms partitioned with three-quarter walls.

Here in the Wiley's Corner area of St. George, you'll be a quick and scenic drive from Tenants Harbor and Rockland.

Things to Know

You must be 25 years or older to rent this property.

COTTAGE AMENITIES

Heating & cooling

Central AC

Fireplace

Partial AC

Wood-burning fireplace

Kitchen & dining

Fridge

Stove

Location

Water view

Media

Internet

Cable

Wireless router

Outdoor

Gas grill : Private

Deck

Theme

Snowbird-friendly

Map showing the location of the Unit

4 reviews