Built in 1849-50 by Cornelius Tarbox Jr., Tarbox Cottage is a remarkably well-preserved example of Greek Revival vernacular architecture. It is best known for the antique marine murals throughout the main stairwell and antique furnishings. Two floors with kitchen, dining room, two south-facing parlors and outdoor shower. Three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
Dog friendly. Sleeps 6.
Tarbox Cottage, Westport Island
Built in the late 1800's, this home served as an Inn for the Eastern Steamship company. It is most known for its spectacular wrap-around porch with sunset views over Linekin Bay and Cabbage Island. Three floors with kitchen, formal dining room, living room, dock & float and enclosed porch. Eight bedrooms and two and three-quarter bathrooms.
Dog friendly. Sleeps 16.
Built in 1880, The Villa is part of the Ocean Point Colony Trust, a small community at the end of the East Boothbay penninsula. It is best known for its original wide-pine floors and water views from nearly every room. Two floors with kitchen, dining room, sitting room, office and living room and enclosed porch. Five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Pet friendly. Sleeps 10.
Barnacles, Southport Island
Built by "freemen," circa 1790, Barnacles was moved by barge from its original Southport site to its current location in 1965. It is best known for its original hand-hewn wide beams, beach access and views of lower Mark Island. One floor with kitchen, dining room, living room, sleeping loft and open deck. Two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms.
Pet friendly. Sleeps 4.
Captain Kent's Place, Sawyers Island, Boothbay
Built by Captain John Kent in 1832, this farmhouse style summer cottage is still owned by the Captain's family. It is best known for its ideal location on the edge of Sawyer's Island with boathouse and salt water on three sides of the property. Two floors with kitchen, dining room, living room, boathouse, dock & float. Four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Pet friendly. Sleeps 10.
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Nickels-Sortwell House, Wiscasset
This Federal-style Mansion was built in by the shipping magnate, Captain William Nickels as a statement of his success in 1807. After his passing, the house endured years of use as a hotel and then became the beloved summer home in 1899 for industrialist Alvin Sortwell. The Sortwells lovingly restored the house by decorating and furnishing it in the Colonial Revival style. Make yourself at home in rooms used by the family and their guests. Two bedrooms and one full bathroom. Pet-friendly. Sleeps 6 .
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