Unique 3 bedroom house on shorefront with breathtaking views, easy access to all of Maine's midcoast attractions, and a charm that you'll remember forever. House has three bedrooms, loft, large living room with fireplace and views of bay, deck, 2 bathrooms, outdoor shower, firepit, stair access to beach, kayaks, kitchen, dining room, washer & dryer.
3 bedroom oceanfront property
- Calendar last updated:
- Nov 28, 2018
Why Sam Sezak chose Northport
Family vacation home for over 30 years.
What makes this House unique
Architected by Chris Glass, one of the premier architects in Maine.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Awesome place on the bay!
What a great place located 100 feet from the bay! Great views, awesome fireplace, all the items needed to make it a great stay. We used it as a launching site to Acadia National Park, Campden area and Blue Hill. Very comfy for an anniversary stay!
The photos don't do it justice... spectacular in every way
I spent a fantastic week here with my two teenage boys. This house is amazing and thoughtfully comfortable in every way. Immaculately clean, comfortably furnished (a hammock chair in the living room!), lovely beach home decor (a beautiful Calder-like driftwood mobile!), and well-equipped (a copper fondue pot! French steak knives!). Everything is inviting and lovely (books! games! lounge chair on the beach!). Astonishing views from every room. Amazing sunrises every morning. Moonlit evenings. Seals swimming by! A bald eagle visited at dinner time and spent nearly 10 minutes in the yard! It's very quiet, very safe. I spent a lot of time napping on the hammock and staring at the view, but it's also an excellent site-seeing base. We hiked in the hills near Camden (close by), looked at shops and had great coffee in Belfast (very close), went kayaking and walked to the lighthouse in Rockland (half hour away), went to Acadia National Park (1.5 hours), took a whale/puffin tour out of Boothbay Harbor (1.5 hours), and flew in and out of Portland (2 hours). A super vacation spot. I wish we could have stayed longer!
LOVELY SETTING IN A GREAT, CENTRAL LOCATION
Everything want including all the kitchen tools needed for a lobster boil. Outdoor firepit right on the edge of the bay. Boating activity to be seen daily. The home was well supplied and decorated in a true Maine cottage style. Boothbay Harbor and Bar Harbour are each about 1-1/2 hours, while Camden and Belfast are nearby. Highly recommend.
Fabulous guests. Would recommend to anyone. Hope they come visit again.
Sam’s house in Northport is absolutely wonderful!
We stayed for 10 days, and had a very peaceful vacation. We were able to explore Acadia, Searsport, Belfast, Lincolnville, Camden and Rockland. Much of the time we chose to stay at this unique house - kids kayaking, enjoying nature, watching the sailboats, listening to the lions at night. We loved having meals on the deck. The house had everything we need, there was plenty of room for all four of us. The area is very safe, and yet very private at the same time. If it were possible, we would love to stay another month!
Charming property in a fantastic location
Fantastic property on the shore in Maine, great little beach nearby, lots of places to visit nearby, great for our family (2 kids aged 4 and 2) would highly recommend.
Quiet Quintessential New England Home with Big Windows & Stunning Views
We really enjoyed our stay at this beautiful home. On a quiet street with big windows and stunning views of Isleboro. Just a short walk to Kelly's Cove & Bayside for easy access to swimming and sun bathing. Home had so much history & charm. Mornings spent eating breakfast overlooking the water on the outside deck, days spent playing croquet or kayaking (both provided by the owners), great kitchen with everything you need to make an epic seafood dinner, short drive to Belfast for restaurants & shops and evenings spent by the fire pit. The home & surrounding area was the best part of our 10 day trip to Maine/Boston.
Bayside, while officially a part of the town of Northport, Bayside is a unique Village within a Town. Many of the quaint Victorian cottages still standing in the village today date from the late 1800s and the early 1900s.
While only a short distance from coastal Route 1 which runs the length of the state, Bayside remains a well-kept secret; a small hamlet that takes one back to a simpler, uncomplicated time. There are no shops in Bayside, but there is no shortage of things to do in and around the community. The focal point of the Village is Ruggles Park which includes the Town Pier, a small playground, basketball court, and the Northport Yacht Club. If you are lucky enough to be in town on and around the 4th of July, you’ll be able to enjoy the annual children’s activities in the park, a community band concert, and the traditional bonfire on the beach.
Lots of people come to Bayside to relax and escape the “daily grind,” but if you’re in the mood for a bit more activity, you won’t be disappointed:
* Sailing in the protected waters of Penobscot Bay is not to be missed. If you’re up for a little friendly competition, come down to the wharf on a Saturday or Sunday when the Northport Yacht Club holds their summer race series – chances are you’ll find a sailor looking for “crew.”
* Kayaking is a popular pastime, and kayaks can be rented from a near-by outfitter.
* Small public parks are located throughout the village, many of them right on the ocean. Pack a picnic lunch or just hang out and enjoy the refreshing ocean breezes.
* There’s nothing like a brisk swim in the Atlantic, and the town pier offers the ideal place to take the plunge. You can jump from the pier during high tide, or use the “swim float” or the beach for a less dramatic entry. A lifeguard is regularly on duty during the summer months.
* The Northport Golf Course, a public, 9-hole course borders the village and is within easy walking distance of most of the village. * Feel like a hike? Follow Bluff Road up Mt. Percival and then take a short hike through the woods on the Mt. Percival Preserve to the summit.
If you’re not in the mood to cook, there are numerous restaurants in Belfast, just four miles to the north, and in Lincolnville and Camden just a short drive to the south. Shopping, antiquing, museums, state parks, and Acadia National Park all make ideal half-day or day trips from Bayside.