Greenland Cove Estate
Situated on the Maine coast in Bremen is this private family compound under towering pines. The main home practically hangs over the water and a seperate guest cottage sits back in a shaded grove elsewhere on this 16 acre parcel. The home has a wall of glass windows looking out over the shimmering waters of Greenland Cove and Muscongus Bay.
The main house is elevated and features a wrap around deck on three sides. Perfect for entertaining or spending quiet time. There is the occasional view of osprey or other shorebirds and even a chance of spotting a seal in this protected cove. The tidal ebb and flow provides for ever changing scenery and the long view looks out to Ram Island, Hog Island, Louds Island and the Gulf of Maine beyond.
The homes interior has pine panelling and vaulted ceilings. The galley kitchen is in the center of the home surrounded by the Living Room, which faces front and south, the Master Bedroom behind the kitchen on the waterside and a guest bedroom and bath. The second floor has has a 3rd bedroom which could also make a nice studio or office space. There is a detached 2 car garage with heated space above. The guest cottage has a single bedroom, galley kitchen and an open concept Dining/Living Room.
The property has been selectively cut and maintained, creating a lovely park like setting. There are well trod paths all along more than a quarter mile of cove frontage. When family and friends visit, there is plenty to do. Close by is the Audubon Society's Todd Wildlife Sanctuary on Hockomock Point, where trails are open to the public. A quarter mile boat ride brings you to the Audubon Camp on Hog Island. Check out their live web cam and maybe see an osprey nest! Just down the peninsula is the famed Pemaquid Point lighthouse, featured on the Maine state quarter as well as Pemaquid Beach and Fort William Henry the first stone fort built in the new world.
The Twin Villages of Damariscotta and Newcastle are nearby with shops, galleries, restaurants, theater, hospital, library and more. Portland and its International Jetport are only an hour away. For more information or to arrange a private showing of this wonderful property, please call or email, Anne Peaslee, firstname.lastname@example.org, I love to show this property!