This shingle-style waterfront summer 'cottage' was built in 1928 above its historic namesake, 'Meeting House Beach'. Island history tells us that from 1830, Pulpit Harbor residents would row across to the beach to attend services at the island's oldest church structure, located above the property on Crabtree Point Rd. This grand home offers large-scale rooms and high ceilings, which along with eleven bedrooms and seven-and-one-half bathrooms, reflect the era. Updated systems complement the period details of the house. With 9 acres, this property offers utmost privacy from it's enviable position at the head of Pulpit Harbor, one of Maine's most renowned deep-water harbors, with views across Penobscot Bay to the Camden Hills. Other amenities include a tennis court and new float off the granite dock.
Listing courtesy of Davidson Realty.
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