Sweeping views. Pebble Beach. 4 Br-1.5 Ba. Full sized Pool. Deep-Water Dock.
Rooms & beds
Bedrooms: 4(Sleeps: 12)
North East Bedroom
North West Bedroom
South West Master Bedroom
South East Bedroom
double · sleep sofa /futon
Bathrooms: 1, Half Baths: 1
First Floor 1/2 Bath
Second Floor Full Bath
Toilet · shower
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Games and toys availableGames and toys available
Pets allowed - Pets are not allowed in the pool areaPets are not allowed in the pool area
Events allowed - Capable of hosting events during the low season.Capable of hosting events during the low season.
Max guests: 12
Minimum age of primary renter: 25 - Minimum age of 25 years required for bookingMinimum age of 25 years required for booking
- Rentals from mid-June thru August are only in seven-day blocks from Saturday to Saturday.
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About Jack Dostie
This gorgeous piece of land is now owned and maintained by the three eldest brothers of the Dostie family- Paul, Jack and Dan. They all live on various spots along the peninsula. "We are so happy that you are able to enjoy The Point as it truly is a special place."
Jack Dostie purchased this House in 1956
Why Jack Dostie chose Sebascodegan Island
The Gun Point peninsula has a rich history beginning with Native Americans, later including pirates, bootleggers and smugglers. There was also abundant industry here for a time. At the turn of the century, Dan’s Ice Pond (a freshwater pond located more inland on the peninsula) was created to harvest ice. Ice was shipped all along the East Coast as far as Florida. During the Colonial War supplies were blocked by the British; subsequently a “salt works” was built on Gun Point Creek to process sea salt. Since then, the peninsula has served as a docking area for lobster fishing, clam and mussel harvesting, seaweed harvesting and a fabulous vacation spot. In the early 1960’s, Jules and Yvette Dostie with partners and friends, bought the entirety of Gun Point; built the road and developed the land.
What makes this House unique
Located at the very tip of the Gun Point peninsula, you can experience spectacular views that will make you fall in love with this unique place. While enjoying morning coffee or dining al fresco on the front deck, you can watch lobster boats getting their daily catch, and sailboats on their way to Boothbay Harbor. It is an exceptional place where you can enjoy the pool, walk the beach, collect sea glass and shells, or just relax and enjoy the summer days.
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