- 3310 sq ft
- 1 Garage
- 4 Beds
- 2 Baths
This elegant home has deeded water access plus 4 additional buildings for studio or shop space, boat storage, and guest accommodations. Privately situated on 13.5 acres, this estate has a deeded right of way to Greenlaw Cove.
The inviting 4-bedroom home was built by an artist with loving attention to artistic and ecologic details. Several of Deer Isle’s best know artisans contributed to the interior, giving it subtle personality. Less visible are the construction details that include radiant heat and ecologically friendly and highly effective Blown-in-Blanket insulation. The downstairs has a modified open floor plan with an eat-in kitchen, a dining room, a living room, a large office or storage room and a half bath. There is a large south-facing deck for added summer living space and glorious winter light, and a wonderful outdoor shower. There is also an outside staircase to the second floor. The whimsical indoor staircase was designed and built by Jim Cust with balusters made from a pine tree harvested on the property and stones from the beach. Bedrooms and a second full bath are upstairs. The third floor attic has abundant storage.
The multiple outbuildings are ready to become anything you need them to be. They include a guest house and a huge, multi-use studio. Both of these were also built with attention to energy efficiency. There is also a kiln shed which doubles as car or boat storage, and a child’s playhouse that is large enough to be an extra guest room or cozy writer’s studio. All buildings were very solidly built in the 2000′s and have been impeccably maintained ever since.
The entire site is beautifully landscaped with plantings to attract birds and butterflies and to provide visual interest all year long. There is even a resident Osprey! A peaceful retreat from the hectic world.
This listing includes 13 +/- acres, more acreage is available.
• Deeded Shore Access
• Versatile shop or studio space
• Energy efficient and ready to move in
• Private setting
• Near Haystack