Posted in March 2015

Vacation Rental in Bar Harbor, Maine

Vacation Rental in Bar Harbor, Maine

B B Getaway Bar Harbor, Maine About the Property Located in a quiet neighborhood setting just outside the village of Bar Harbor, this sweet little cape has seen many recent renovations to make it comfortable for the upcoming rental season. A new full bath on the first floor and new furnishings throughout combine to create … Continue reading

Vacation Rental in Trenton, Maine

Vacation Rental in Trenton, Maine

Mermaids Trenton, Maine About the Property Situated on Union River Bay with westward facing views, this charming home is for sunset junkies! Custom details and appealing features throughout create a breezy, fresh shorefront feel that’s at once spacious and cozy. Just steps from the shore, this home is perfect for two looking for a getaway, … Continue reading

Friday Feature: Oak Ridge in Somesville, Maine

Friday Feature: Oak Ridge in Somesville, Maine

Oak Ridge Somesville, Maine About the property Private Somesville 4+ Bedroom home set on 3+/- acres with a detached car garage offers a versatile layout, featuring cherry floors and custom kitchen. One bedroom apartment over the garage. Additional Comments: Somesville was the first village settled on Mount Desert Island in 1761 and is now a … Continue reading

Vacation Rental in Bar Harbor, Maine

Vacation Rental in Bar Harbor, Maine

Acadian Farm Condominium Bar Harbor, Maine About the Property Magnificent views of Acadia’s hills and rolling fields surround this attractive, well-planned condominium unit. Acadian Farm offers spacious and gracious living and a convenient location from which to explore Mount Desert Island. Trails to Young’s Mountain and Acadia Ridge are nearby too! Additional Property Photos For more … Continue reading

Vacation Rental in Bar Harbor, Maine

Vacation Rental in Bar Harbor, Maine

Brightholme Bar Harbor, Maine About the Property This wonderful and spacious home, once part of the Kenarden estate built by J. S. Kennedy in the late 1800s was purchased decades later in 1929 by the founder of The Jackson Laboratory. Today, summer visitors to this historic home will enjoy beautiful renovations that made it the … Continue reading