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This tranquil retreat is totally updated yet retains the charm of a Craftsman style bungalow. From the large deck view the bay and adjacent 4+ acres of rolling conservation field. Walk under the stately elms, past the historic homes to Dyces Head Lighthouse; sea-kayak or chill on the town's sandy beach or active harbor. Located on a quiet street just a few blocks from the village center.
Built in 1932, the house has natural woodwork throughout and features a stone fireplace in the living room. In addition to the living room, the first floor has a den, bedroom, full bath, kitchen and dining room. Upstairs are two bedrooms and a full bath.
The bungalow has near new bedding, couch and chair, and futon, two LCD TVs & DVD/CD players, etc..
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Our bungalow cottage is located in the historic coastal village of Castine on the Blue Hill peninsula in the East Penobscot Bay Region of Maine. We are less than an hour to Bangor, Belfast, Searsport, Cape Rosier and Ellsworth and just over an hour to Stonington, Camden and Bar Harbor, the gateway to Acadia National Park. The town, on the National Register of Historic Places, is located at the confluence of the Bagaduce and Penobscot Rivers.
More than 100 historic markers can be found in the town characterized by its 18th century architecture. Major landmarks include Fort George, built by the British in 1779; Fort Madison, earthwork remnants built by the Americans in 1811, occupied by the British during the War of 1812 and reconstructed during the Civil War; and Dyce (Dice) Head Lighthouse built in 1829.
The year-round population is roughly 1,300 including 700 college students attending Maine Maritime Academy. The population at least doubles from Memorial Day to Labor Day.