Classic Maine Farmhouse - walk to Pemaquid Beach

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This vintage 1850 restored Victorian farmhouse is a spacious landmark in the historic and quaint village of Pemaquid Beach. A 10-15 minute walk to Pemaquid Beach, Fort William Henry state park, as well as the two public boat ramps and two restaurants. Pemaquid Lighthouse, the Hardy Boat to Monhegan Island, galleries, a full-service grocery and more restaurants and lobster pounds are all within a five-minute drive. Not suitable for children under 13, infants OK. Pets are not permitted.

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This well-appointed, tw0-bedroom and two-bath farmhouse is surrounded by two acres of grassy lawn and several acres of forest. The front porch is a wonderful spot to enjoy a cup of coffee and a book, watch bald eagles or take in the sunset. The peaceful back deck is private with a dining table, ample seating, grill, hammock and a view of the forest. A spacious and modern kitchen with TWO dishwashers will meet all your culinary needs and let you spend your time at the beach, not doing dishes. When in season, eight high-bush blueberry bushes, as well as an apple tree and raspberries along the perimeter of the yard, will supply your pancake and muffin needs! If you are an early riser you may even catch wild turkeys or a fox wandering through the yard. Put the windows up at night and listen to the waves crash on the beach and the lobster boats set out in the morning. This home is beautifully decorated with original art and artifacts collected by the owners who have lived and traveled extensively on six continents.

Linens and towels are available at no additional charge. There are two bathrooms – both shared. The living room has a large screen SmartTV without cable. The spacious kitchen/dining area has a SmartTV with cable and exits to both a front porch or back deck and hammock. There is no access to the washer/dryer. The upstairs great room includes a treadmill and Total Gym, big screen TV with cable, stereo, and a large sofa that pulls out into a queen size bed. Wireless internet and a telephone for local service are also included.

One day a week a lawn service typically visits to cut the lawn.

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New Harbor, Maine, Estados Unidos

Things to do from 178 Huddle Road, New Harbor, Maine (organized by distance from our home.)

Some people come to Pemaquid to relax in place. Others use it as a combination of local relaxation and short jaunts to other local sites. Here are some of our favorites:

Things to do on and around the Pemaquid Peninsula:
1.Go to Pemaquid Beach! Head left (west) out the driveway and continue about ½ mile, following Huddle road as it curves left into Snowball Hill road. The park is on the right, before the large hill.
2.Go out to eat:
a.Our favorite lobster spot: Muscongus Bay Lobster Company, Round Pond. A great “BYO”, open air spot right on the water. Bring your own beverages (wine/beer/etc), sides, etc.
b.Anchor Inn: restaurant right next to Muscongus Bay Lobster in Round Pond; full menu, bar, etc. Casual; good spot for lunch or dinner.
c.Shaw’s: lunch/dinner. Very casual, right on the water, variety of seafood, lobster, crab cakes, etc. Bar below.
d.The Cupboard Cafe: breakfast/lunch spot—short walk up the road from the house
e.Bristol Diner: breakfast/lunch spot in Bristol (on Rt. 130—you passed through Bristol coming down the peninsula)
f.Seagull Shop: breakfast/lunch spot right on the ocean next door to the Pemaquid Lighthouse. Continue down Rt. 130 (3 mi) to the end.
g. Pemaquid Harbor Lobster Coop. Head back toward Damariscotta up route 130 and turn left after you cross the Pemaquid River. A short way down the road take another left toward Pemaquid Harbor and follow the signs.
h.Lots of nice restaurants up in Damariscotta. Some of our faves: Chrissy’s is great for breakfast and lunch; Damariscotta River Grill for dinner; New Castle Publik House for a beer; King Eider’s Pub for a beer or oysters; Schooner Landing is right on the water—great for lunch, oysters, and sometimes live music.
3.If you are towing a boat, use one of the two boat launches within ¼ mile from the house to put your boat in and explore the Pemaquid River, Johns Bay or the Damariscotta River.
4.Visit the Pemaquid Craft Co-op or any of the many local galleris for local arts and crafts in New Harbor.
5.Day trip to Monhegan Island: take the Hardy Boat from New Harbor (at Shaw’s restaurant). Leave on the boat at 8am and return on the 4:30 ferry (arrive around 6pm). Pack some sandwiches and have a picnic on the cliffs, walk through the woods and see “fairy houses,” visit the shops and galleries in the village and see the views that have inspired artists like Wyeth, Hopper and Kent.
6. Visit local art galleries and buy some art. They are everywhere!
7.Visit the Pemaquid Lighthouse – continue east out Rt. 130 past Harbor 3 miles. There’s a small fee to enter the park 9am-5pm. Amazing spot to watch the sunrise!
8.Visit Fort William Henry in the state park – a short walk from the house – left from the driveway, take a right where the road curves into Snowball Hill. There’s a small fee to enter the park from 9am-5pm. Some say it was settled just before Jamestown, VA.
9.Visit the Carpenter’s Boatshop - on Old County Road 1 mile past the Bristol Library. This is where we met and were married! You can buy handmade Shaker boxes, Adirondak chairs and traditional small wooden boats.
10.Kayak John’s Bay - bring your own kayak or rent from the place on Huddle Rd, take a right out of the driveway and it’s down about 1/3 mile on the left.
11.Kayak Muscongus Bay – rent a kayak or bring one.
12.Sail Muscongus Bay – charters may be available. Ask around.
13.Motor to Loud’s Island – charters may be available. Ask around.
14.Visit the Audubon Society’s Hog Island in Bremen
15.Visit the Rachel Carson Salt Pond and hiking area across the street – on Rt. 32 in Chamberlain
16.Swim in Boyd’s Pond – difficult access so ask locals about how to get there.
17.Swim in Biscay Pond – the beach is at the north end.
18.Fish in any number of ponds on the peninsula or the Pemaquid River – get your license at town hall or Fairwind hardware in New Harbor.
19.Fish John’s Bay or the Damariscotta River for Striped Bass (May, June, Sept) - Charters available.
20.Hike in the nature preserve across from the Carpenter’s Boatshop
21.Visit the Thompson Ice House in South Bristol
22.Visit “the Gut” and Christmas Cove in South Bristol for a beautiful working harbor and a beautiful pleasure boating center. Both have local restaurants.
23.See a movie at Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta. Great first run movies.
24.See a play – check the Lincoln County Press. There is quite good local theater.
25.Visit antique shops. They are everywhere!
26.Shop in Damariscotta
27.Dine on the water with great views in S. Bristol, Pemaquid Pt., Round Pond, Pemaquid Harbor, Damariscotta/New Castle.
28.Take a Hardy Boat Cruise (sunset or Puffin watch) from New Harbor – leaves from Shaws Wharf.
29.Take the Hardy Boat to Monhegan Island for the day or an overnight
30.Bristol Days – the second week of August
31.Bristol Lobster Boat Races – the end of the second week of August
32.Charter a lobster boat to see what lobstering is all about.
33.Visit the ancient oyster middens (mounds) near Damariscotta – ask around for how to get there.
34.Observe Bald Eagles at the south end of Damariscotta Lake or sometimes even from our front porch!
35.Fish Damariscotta River or Damariscotta Lake (great bass fishing and a national tournament)
36.Dig clams – you'll need a permit. Ask for local guidance.
37.Pick blueberries or strawberries when in season. Several blueberry bushes in our own backyard.
38.Contact the Darling Center to see what they have going on
39.Contact Skidompha library in Damariscotta to see what programs they have going on
40.Visit Oxbow Brewing in Newcastle
41.Visit Split Rock Distilling in Newcastle
42.Cookout in the back yard
43.Walk in the woods behind the house: identify mushrooms, wildflowers, and birds
44.Sit on the front porch, eat muffins, drink tea and watch hummingbirds.
45.Run / walk around “the block” (2.8 mi.)
46.Read a book on the porch
47.Take a nap in the hammock

Things to do within a one-hour drive
1.Antique shopping (antique shops are available throughout the Mid coast!)
2.Visit the Botanic Gardens in Boothbay
3.Canoe or Kayak the class I and II rapids of the Sheepscott River
4.Visit Brunswick for shopping, art, great restaurants, Bowdoin College, etc.
5.Visit the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath
6.Visit Boothbay Harbor for food, charters, art, shopping or a hike at Ovens Mouth trail.
7.Visit Rockland for great museums, food, movies, live music, charters, art, the lighthouse. Try Primo for some of the best Italian-inspired food in the United States.
8.Visit Rockport for galleries, food, charters, art
9.Visit Camden for shopping, museums, food, charters, art
10.Visit Back River Distillery in Warren (en route to Rockland, Camden or Belfast). Back River Gin is our favorite!
11.Climb or drive up Mount Megunticook, near Camden, for a great view of Penobscott Bay!
12.Take the ferries to Vinalhaven, Isleboro, or Matinicus via ferries from Rockland
13.Go to a contra dance
14.Take a Windjammer cruise for ½ day to 3 days from Camden
15.Visit Popham beach from Bath
16.Visit Owls Head Transportation Museum near Rockland
17.Go to Friendship Days (Friendship Sloop regatta in Friendship, Maine) – check for local dates
18.Fly fish the Sheepscott or Georges Rivers. Also check out the land trusts of the same names for good hikes.

Things to do on a drive just over 1 hour:
1.Visit Freeport (L.L. Bean and outlets) (1 ¼ hr)
2.Visit Portland (1 ¼ hr) – includes very serious foody dining opportunities, plus several fantastic breweries and distilleries all offering tastings and tours, the lighthouse (iconic)

Things to do within a two-hour drive
3.Visit Belfast
4.Go to the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardener’s Association Fair (September)
5.Visit Sebago Lake
6.Visit Liberty Tools in Liberty for used and antique tools
7.Lots more fly fishing! I’m happy to provide ideas if you are serious.

Things to do within a three-hour drive
1.Visit Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park/Mt. Desert
2.Ski Saddleback mountain
3.Hike in the White mountains (ME portion)
4.Visit Portsmouth, NH
5.Visit Kennebunkport
6.Rafting on the West Branch of the Penobscot River
7.Rafting on the Wild River
8.Drive the Moose loop (Google it)
9.Take a fly fishing lesson
10.Fly fish in world class waters – Wild River, as an example. I’m happy to give more ideas to the eager angler!

Things to do within a four-hour drive
1.Hike in Baxter State Park (Mt. Katahdin) or the new park east of Katahdin (before it is rescinded!)
2.Hike on, around, or up Mt. Washington in the White Mountains (NH portion)
3.Visit Blue Hill
4.Visit Boston, MA (3.5 hrs to Cambridge).
5.Canoe the Allagash River
6.Even more fly fishing and hiking

Things to do within a five-hour drive
1.Visit Montreal
2.Visit Quebec

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Sumali noong Agosto 2013
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My wife and I live on a boat in Washington, DC. We work for the non-profit sector and have a small real estate investment business. We are exceptionally well traveled, having lived, worked in or visited over 50 countries. We love culture, art, music, religion/philosophy, woodwork, sailing, boats, fly fishing, good food & wine, travel and Maine.
My wife and I live on a boat in Washington, DC. We work for the non-profit sector and have a small real estate investment business. We are exceptionally well traveled, having lived…

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