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East Lodge

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Overview
3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
6 guests
7 nights minimum
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An artistic, unique log cabin for a single family, set in the woods of Maine overlooking oceanside Jellison Cove in Hancock, Maine. The home is between the 2 branches of Acadia National Park (the lesser known is called Schoodic) and is close to Mt. Desert - Bar Harbor, Northeast, Southwest and Ellsworth. The owner built her dream house based on her experiences at summer camp in the Adirondaks of New York. One can tell immediately upon entering that this is a home designed for art, with many creative details like live edge window sills and unusual tile work, soaring ceilings supported by grand logs from Ontario. The kitchen is built for those who love to cook and daydream, gazing out the wall of windows to the ocean view. The master bedroom has the same sunny seaside view as does one of th...An artistic, unique log cabin for a single family, set in the woods of Maine overlooking oceanside Jellison Cove in Hancock, Maine. The home is between the 2 branches of Acadia National Park (the lesser known is called Schoodic) and is close to Mt. Desert - Bar Harbor, Northeast, Southwest and Ellsworth. The owner built her dream house based on her experiences at summer camp in the Adirondaks of New York. One can tell immediately upon entering that this is a home designed for art, with many creative details like live edge window sills and unusual tile work, soaring ceilings supported by grand logs from Ontario. The kitchen is built for those who love to cook and daydream, gazing out the wall of windows to the ocean view. The master bedroom has the same sunny seaside view as does one of the second floor guestrooms. Its an easy walk down the driveway to the quiet beach. The property is well landscaped by the owner who is a professional landscape designer and sports collections of hydrgangeas, daylilies, specimen evergreens and peonies.More
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About the Owner
Vicki F
Languages spoken:English, French
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:February 2015
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Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: No
Grill
Fishing Nearby
Hot Tub
Towels Provided
Ocean Views
Private Garden
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
Cycling Trips
Beach Or Lakeside Relaxation
Parking
Hiking Trips
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Balcony
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About the neighbourhood
Hancock, Maine is a sleepy little beauty of a village. It sits on Jellison Cove, a protected spot on the ocean with great views of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park if you look right and Schoodic Mountain (on the quieter side of Acadia) if you look left. There's a lobstering boat anchored in the cove and a nice beach surrounded by rosa rugosa. Much of this can be seen from the generous sized sunny deck off the back of the cabin. This is an area which sports several delicious restaurants - a few of which are old favorites and a few are brand new and very exciting, not to mention delectable and fun. There are many artists who live here and whose studios you can visit as well as a yearly studio tour day and of course many galleries. One can head 'downeast' a few more miles and visi...
How to get there
If you are driving up the coast from New Hampshire area, there are abundant towns in which to stroll, shop, eat or stay for a night. Every town has its charm and attraction - Searsport has a Maritime Museum, Rockland has the Farnsworth Art Museum, Camden is a great port for sailboats, large and small, as well as many cool shops and eateries. Blue Hill is a historic area, set right on the water and has several very good galleries and shops. All these can be found by follow USRt 1North...very easy. Or you can jump on I 95 and head for Bangor and by-pass the delights of Rt 1. ONce in Bangor, simply get on Rt 1A and head for Ellsworth. Once there, head north again on Rt 1 and in a shot 9 miles, you'll be in Hancock.
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