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BASS HARBOR OCEANFRONT

  • $1,595,000
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 PRIVATE 2.83 ACRE OCEANFRONT HOME WITH EXPANSIVE OCEAN VIEWS!

Description: Bass Harbor Waterfront Contemporary, Circa 1972 modern western-exposure seashore cottage. Expansive views of Blue Hill Bay and the islands beyond from 300' of private stone beach. Exceptional offering of an elevated 2.83 +\- acre oceanfront home, with pristine Maine coast shorefront on beautiful Bass Harbor. Gorgeous shoreline, quiet and cooling mature mixed woods in a calming waterfront setting, with shoreland wildlife, ocean breezes and sunsets near the waters edge. 4-bedroom, 3-bath home with covered annex connects 2 of the 4 bedrooms and bath to main house. Warm wood interiors, vaulted ceilings, great room with stone chimney & woodstove, oceanside deck, waterfront stairs. Nearby Bass Harbor Lighthouse, Ships Harbor and Wonderland. Furnished with excellent rental history. Minutes to hiking trails, lakes, carriage roads and beaches of Acadia National Park, and offering a unique opportunity to own a quality, highly desirable, private oceanfront property on coveted Mount Desert Island.  

Features:  Beautiful & Private Oceanfront Setting //Gorgeous Ocean Views //Lovely, Tranquil, Private Location // Minutes to In Town Southwest Harbor//Miles of Water Views

Directions: From the village center of Southwest Harbor, continue South through Main Street, and in .5 miles, turn left onto the Seawall Road, Route 102A. Travel approximately 5 miles, past Seawall and the Acadia National Park Trailheads, and continue on bearing right on the curved turn in the road just past the Bass Harbor Campground and opposite the entrance to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse. Travel forward just 1/10th of a mile to turn left onto Longview Lane, with a brown metal gate at its entrance. Bear right on Longview Lane and the driveway to Hartwood is ahead, to your left, #8 Bradana Road.
 

A WORLD CLASS DESTINATION

Set in the heart of Downeast Maine, Mount Desert Island has long been famous for its beauty, hiking, kayaking, sailing and outdoor activities, and for being home to one of the country’s most beloved parks, Acadia National Park. Known for their classic seaside charm, the villages of Mount Desert Island have traditionally welcomed visitors seeking outdoor adventure and quality time on the coast of Maine.

BAR HARBOR 
The town of Bar Harbor is the hub of activities for summer visitors as its economy is based primarily on tourism. Downtown Bar Harbor hosts numerous shops, restaurants, Mt. Desert Island Hospital and the Bay Ferry Service to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The largest employer on Mt. Desert Island is The Jackson Laboratory which specializes in cancer research and other diseases. The College of the Atlantic, located on Eden Street, is a fully accredited four-year institution offering a Bachelor of Arts in Human Ecology with strong emphasis on marine and environmental studies. Notable attractions include the Natural History Museum at College of the Atlantic, the Abbe Museum on Mt. Desert Street, the Bar Harbor Historical Society on Mt. Desert Street and the Jesup Memorial Library on Mt. Desert Street. Kebo Valley Golf Course, an exquisite 18-hole course, is located just outside the village center. Bar Harbor encompasses the rural villages of Salisbury Cove, Town Hill, Hulls Cove and Bar Harbor.

MOUNT DESERT 
The village of Northeast Harbor is the business center for the Town of Mount Desert. The quaint Main Street is home to various high end art galleries, jewelry shops and boutiques. Boasting lovely homes and high property values, the town was originally home to the early rusticators who famed the "summer shingled cottage." The large summer population centers itself around the protected harbor, home to an active yachting fleet. Ferry service to the Cranberry Islands leaves the harbor daily. Attractions include the Northeast Harbor Library, The Great Harbor Collection on Main Street and the Mt. Desert Island Historical Society on Route 102. A visit to the Azalea Gardens and Thuya Gardens are a must. Other villages comprising the Township of Mount Desert include Otter Creek, Seal Harbor, Pretty Marsh, Hall Quarry and Somesville.

SOUTHWEST HARBOR 
A strong sense of community is felt in Southwest Harbor as it prides itself in being a bustling year-round village weaving itself nicely with its summer residents. The Town offers a fine selection of art galleries, restaurants and shops. Some of the finest yachts and fishing boats are crafted by the boat builders of Southwest Harbor, the largest village on the “quiet side” of Mount Desert Island. Visitors may enjoy a day at the Causeway Club Golf Course or a hike up Flying Mountain which affords one breathtaking views ofSomes Sound and the great harbor beyond. Harbor House is the community center offering exercise and spinning classes as well as child care and Senior College classes. Additional attractions include The Southwest Harbor Library on Main Street, Wendell GilleyMuseum on the corner of Main Street and Herrick Road and the Mount Desert Oceanarium on Clark Point Road. Neighboring the town proper is the hamlet of Manset, home of The Hinckley Company, world renowned builders of luxury yachts and power boats andSeawall, providing rocky ocean access.

TREMONT 
Home of Bass Harbor Head Light, Tremont offers some of the most unspoiled natural beauty on Mt. Desert Island. The town includes the quaint villages of Bernard, Bass Harbor, West Tremont and Seal Cove….all encompassing the west side of Mt. Desert Island. The harbors abound with lobster boats as fishing is the major industry of the Town. There are several fine lobsterwharfs where one may enjoy a freshly cooked lobster as well as unparalleled views of the harbor. Attractions include the Bass Harbor Memorial Library in Bernard and the Seal Cove Auto Museum in Seal Cove. Daily ferry service to Swans Island is available from Bass Harbor.

 

Please contact Listing Broker Matt Morehouse for further details and to schedule a showing of this exceptional waterfront property.

207.288.8008 osales@mdireal.com

Details:

  • Setting
    Private, Waterfront
  • Town
    Tremont, ME
  • Bedrooms
    4
  • Bath
    3
  • Lot Size
    2.83 +/- Acres
  • MLS#
    MLS 1507577
  • Address
    8 Bradana Road, Tremont
  • Waterfront Property
    Oceanfront
  • Body of Water
    Bass Harbor
  • Waterview
    Expansive Ocean Views
  • Year Built
    1072
  • Total Sq. Feet
    1768 +/-
  • Zoning
    LRS/RES
  • Surveyed
    Yes, Surveyed
  • Well
    Private Well Onsite
  • Waste Water
    Private Septic Onsite
  • Property
    Elevated, Oceanfront
  • MDI Luxury Real Estate
    Yes, MDI Luxury Real Estate

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