Where Is It? Deer Isle, Maine, a peaceful shorefront community where you can breathe in that crisp, healthy ocean air.
The House: It’s a classic coastal Maine cottage (cottage is really a huge understatement), designed by architect William R. Emerson in 1896. It’s the pinnacle of shingle-style, New England beachfront design.
The Selling Point: Summer homes don’t get any more idyllic than this.
By The Numbers: 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, several fireplaces, 4 acres, 600 feet of waterfront access, a deep water dock, a boathouse, and one feature in the Mel Gibson film Man Without a Face. Coastal living can be yours for $2,595,000.
Where Can You Buy It?From Sotheby’s Realty.
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