Cute Cottage - Quiet Location - Right Across from Beach
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- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Old Orchard Beach cottage description
Located in quiet residential neighborhood of Pine Point, Scarborough - right across the street from uncrowded end of 7-mile Old Orchard Beach. Classic 1940 summer cottage with 1 bedroom, bath, galley kitchen, living room. Very sunny and nicely decorated in Maine coastal decor. Cottage is part of a 6-cottage condo association called Moorings By The Sea. Available to mature renters looking for a quiet, relaxing, low-tech vacation on a spectacular beach. Two occupants maximum.
Three miles to downtown OOB, ten miles to downtown Portland.
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Keywords: Traditional 1940s Maine coast cottage across from 7 miles of sandy beach
- 400 sq. ft.
- 1 story
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters:
- Not Suitable For Children:
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2, Beds for 2
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Wood Fireplace:
- Parking Off Street:
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer:
- Clothes Dryer:
Location & View
- Wildlife Viewing
- Theme Parks
- Live Theater
- Sight Seeing
- Miniature Golf
- Cottage is 10 miles south of downtown Portland
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July and August..$975/week plus 7% Maine Sales Tax ($68.25) Sat.- Sat.rental only
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
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Year Purchased: 2006
About the owner: I live in Vermont and the cottage is my vacation home. I rent to mature, responsible vacationers several weeks during the year.
Why the Owner Chose Old Orchard Beach:
In as much as I like living in Vermont, I love the ocean and have always lived near a coast. When my family moved 'inland' I decided to buy a small classic Maine coast cottage to go to on weekends when I just need to walk the beach and smell the salty air. I chose Pine Point because I love walking the 7 miles of sandy beach and enjoy the city of Portland.
The Unique Benefits at this Cottage:
My cottage is a very classic, old-fashioned Maine coast cottage, having been built in the 1940s. I have decorated it with local antiques, flea-market finds and items from LL Bean. It is in a quiet residential area far away from the frenzy of Old Orchard Beach, yet has access to the beautiful OOB coastline. My cottage is directly across the street from a section of the beach which has no public parking and so is very unpopulated. The beach is at the end of a beautiful walkway through wild sandgrass. There is a small take out clam shak one block away and a working lobster cover (with a fresh fish market) at the end of the street at Pine Point Landing. Downtown Portland and The Old Port are only 12 miles away and offer great nightlife and cultural activities. My cottage is purposely low tech - no big television, cable or internet access. It is the perfect vacation spot for someone looking for a quiet, peaceful retreat where you can enjoy the magnificant beauty of the Maine coast.
- Primary: 207-899-9547
- Secondary: 207-899-9547
Walkway at Moorings by the Sea Cottage Association
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