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Bungalow on Ocean with Swimming Cove in Blue Hill

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The view from the covered porch of this 3-bedroom Bungalow, a bathing house, built in the early 1900s, is an ever exploding fusion of white and black birds taking wing over the island out front with swimming cove with dock & mooring a few steps away. Grandfathered to sit right on the shoreline, the Bungalow is a variation of a modern day house with swimming pool. Even if you do nothing else, the view from this house with swimming cove is rewarding & the reason why you should rent this house.

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Located on the ocean's very edge with swimming cove and view of Blue Hill mountain, bay and islands, the Bungalow is on Parker Point Road, half a mile from Blue Hill village. The cove and yard are shared by guests staying in the Bungalhigh close by.

The living room has fireplace, antiques and dining room, plus covered porch with furniture & view. The kitchen has dining room and sitting area, and there are three bedrooms and one bathroom; two rooms have Queen and Full-size beds; the third has twin beds. There are no stairs; everything is on the same level.

The cottage is Pet-Friendly and Disabilities-friendly (almost....!) The swimming cove has private dock and mooring. There is a Rowboat & 2 kayaks, shared by guests in the nearby Bungalhigh. We are Located in Blue Hill's inner, inner harbor near the town. the house has views of the water, island, mountain, boat basin, and village. Seals swim in the bay.

The Bungalow was built as a bathing house for a larger house during a bygone era. In addition to the covered porch, the living room with fireplace has old books, antiques, comfortable sofas, and white woolen rugs. A dining room flanks the French windows overlooking the bay, ideal for family dinners. It opens into a large, eat-in kitchen with desk, and guests like that the three guest bedrooms are on the same level as the living room with views of the bay and gardens. The 3 bedrooms in the main house have one queen bed, one full bed, and one twin room, and they share one bathroom with shower.

The Bungalow is Pet friendly and Disability-friendly (almost!...Please inquire). An LL Bean cot, Pack n Play crib and High Chair are available on request.

Bring a bluetooth wireless speaker for use for music from your iPhone.

BBQ Gas grill is available. Campfires allowed in the cove only. There's a bench on the point to the left of the Bungalow available for guests' use. Trash goes in the pump house in the parking lot.

Available June through October.

We also operate Captain's House in Blue Hill, half a mile away. It's located on the other side of the country club. Here is the link. https://airbnb.com/h/captains-house-in-blue-hill-maine.

Here is the link for the Bungalhigh, and we also have guest houses in Antigua, West Indies during the winter months, run by my sister Libby Nicholson. She'd love to have you come down!

Bungalhigh
https://airbnb.com/h/bungalhigh-on-ocean-in-blue-hill-maine

Frangipani
https://airbnb.com/h/pineapple-house-frangipani

Bird House
https://airbnb.com/h/pineapple-house-antigua-bird-house


Cleopatras
https://airbnb.com/h/pineapple-house-antigua-cleopatras

Hibiscus
https://airbnb.com/h/pineapple-house-antigua-hibiscus

Gjestetilgang
Guests have access to the Bungalow cottage, the shed behind it, and the pump house in the parking lot, where we put trash.... Guests are invited to sit on the bench on the point to the left of the house and use the picnic tables there. The land it is on is owned by the Bungalow, even though it looks like it's owned by the green house behind it; the green house is owned by family. The red house beyond "Sherwood Forest" on the right side of the house is owned by family also. Neither of those houses are used much in summer.

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There are two kayaks and a rowboat for guests' use. The dock comes completely out of the water at low tide; therefore, swimming is subject to tidal availability also, but the mooring out front sits in a deep basin in front of the house, which offers about six feet of water at low tide. The mooring is a 2000 lb granite block, suitable for large yachts. There is a fleet of small yachts at anchor there, lovely classic included.
The view from the covered porch of this 3-bedroom Bungalow, a bathing house, built in the early 1900s, is an ever exploding fusion of white and black birds taking wing over the island out front with swimming cove with dock & mooring a few steps away. Grandfathered to sit right on the shoreline, the Bungalow is a variation of a modern day house with swimming pool. Even if you do nothing else, the view from this hous…

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Blue Hill, Maine, USA

Blue Hill is a small, scenic, downeast, coastal town, dominated by Blue Hill Mountain. Thanks to the Blue Hill Public Library and centrally-located village green, the town offers a strong sense of community with people who enjoy living in Blue Hill year round, due to the tranquil scenery, the sailing, the beautiful farm houses, the lack of suburbia, zero traffic lights, and many ocean views. The woods are spruce, pine, and Balsam. Occasionally you see sheep grazing in the fields by the side of the road. Yet hidden away among the Elm trees, there is much to do in Blue Hill and surrounding areas.

I recommend taking a two-hour lobster tour of Stonington Harbor from Isle au Haut ferry service dot com. The captain narrates the history of the lobster and granite industries, as you go along. The tour offers an opportunity to see seals and haul traps and to learn about the age of sail here in downeast Maine. Highly worthwhile, the cost is $25/person, and daily afternoon trips are offered June through October.

Isle au Haut ferry Service also offers longer puffin cruises to the outer islands on certain days as well, a memorable thing to do! Seeing those seabirds on those islands stays with you for a lifetime, I find. Bring your camera.

Their boats also carry mail and supplies several times a day out to nearby Isle au Haut Island, which has a year round fisherman establishment. The island is part of Acadia National Park, so there are hiking trails in abundance on one end of the island and a working village to see on the other, complete with school, hotel, grocery store and private houses. We recommend visiting that island to see both the village and the hiking trails, taking the boat out in the morning and returning in the afternoon. Google Isle au Haut ferry service dot com for prices and schedule. Stonington is a 45 minute drive from Blue Hill.

Acadia National Park is an hour's drive from Blue Hill. You can drive the loop road (one way) around the park; you can drive up Cadillac Mountain; there are tons of hiking trails and nature walks. Navigate to 25 Visitor Center Road, Bar Harbor to connect with the park rangers there to learn about their nature walking tours and to pick up the loop road. Acadia Magic dot com is the park's official website.

We recommend renting bicycles from Bar Harbor Bicycle Shop in Bar Harbor and cycling the blue-chip carriage trails inside Acadia National Park. There is no car traffic and no hills. A bus transports your bicycles to the trailhead. Donated by John Rockefeller, the park is famous for its beautiful bridges and landscapes. The park was landscaped by the same designer as Central Park in New York. It's free.

We also recommend visiting Seal Cove Auto Museum. Not only are there hundreds of beautiful old cars there, the museum tells the story of life on MDI (Mount Desert Island) before the automobile. It tells the story of the summer people who didn't want motor traffic on the island and the year round residents who welcomed the age of the automobile on the island despite the traffic it would ensue. The story is an interesting one!

We recommend climbing Blue Hill Mountain. It's a steep, 20-minute walk. Google Mountain Road in Blue Hill in Google maps; it leads you right to the trailhead.

We recommend hiking Peter's Brook in Blue Hill to swim in a waterfall. It's an easy, 10-minute walk, and there's a refreshing deep pool to swim in when you get there. Navigate to 136 East Blue Hill Road to pick up the trailhead, which takes you up the right hand side of the brook. There are signs further along the way.

For restaurants we recommend eating lobster alfresco at Perry's Lobster Shack in Surry. All these places can be found on the web. We recommend the deep fried seafood at Bagaduce Lunch in Brooksville; they have picnic tables by the side of the ocean. Closer to Blue Hill is Marlintini's and Barncastle. Tinder Hearth in Brooksville offers a wonderful pizza experience; it's not just the pizza; it's the atmosphere that we recommend, although the pizza is very good too; you have to call ahead for reservations. There's a treat in store!

I consider myself an expert on activities to do here in Blue Hill. Everything from fishing to moose hunting to sea kayaking to horseback riding to rock climbing to sailing is available in the form of tours here. Please let me know what your interests are; I have pdfs to send you on tours in the area. The Bungalow has 3-fold color brochures on all the activities available as well.
Blue Hill is a small, scenic, downeast, coastal town, dominated by Blue Hill Mountain. Thanks to the Blue Hill Public Library and centrally-located village green, the town offers a strong sense of community wi…

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I am the daughter of Julie P. Nicholson, who owns the property (Sea Captain's House is owned by Christie Long & Libby Nicholson)... Passionate about history, Blue Hill, country living, family, and pets, I am happy to live in Blue Hill full time, a dream finally come true....
I am the daughter of Julie P. Nicholson, who owns the property (Sea Captain's House is owned by Christie Long & Libby Nicholson)... Passionate about history, Blue Hill, country liv…
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