You will be awe struck as you approach this spectacular property. With nearly five acres of land that borders Acadia National Park you don’t have to drive anywhere to enjoy hiking, biking and more! The Schooner Head trail is just at the end of the drive and from there you can get to Ocean Drive, Sand Beach and many hiking trails. The landscaping is lovely and the view will amaze you! There is a heated in ground swimming pool with furnished patio area too!
When you enter the cottage you will be pulled forward to the sitting room overlooking the water. The views are gorgeous from nearly all of the rooms at this remarkable property. On the first floor you’ll find living room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, half bath as well as the awesome deck overlooking Frenchman’s Bay and Egg Rock Lighthouse. There is a patio area off the dining room too with a grill and seating offering an equally beautiful view. On the second floor there are four bedrooms each with their own bath and three offering lovely views. There are two balconies on this floor as well as another sun room with built in bench~ you’ll feel as though you’re on a boat! On the third floor there is a game room and a small exercise area overlooking Champlain Mountain through a circular window~ a great way to start the day!
Also offered with Seaduced is a separate guest house offering two bedrooms, a bath, wet bar and a deck which also has views of the pool area and the water beyond.
A vacation at Seaduced will be one you long remember!
Cleaning fee: There is a $300 per week cleaning fee on all rentals.
For weekly rentals the rate is $22,500 per week
For two week rentals the rate is $38,000 for the two weeks
For four week rentals the rate is $64,000 for the four weeks
Prepare To Be Seaduced
Perched At The Edge Of The Rocky Coast Of Maine
Open Living Concept Wrapped With Windows
Four Ensuite Bedrooms In Main House
Two Bedroom Guest Quarters Plus 1 Bedroom Staff Space
Views Of Frenchman Bay, Egg Rock Lighthouse And Champlain Mountain
Watch Ships Cruise Into The Harbor And Lobster Boats Pursuing Their Catch
Moments To Acadia National Park