The salt water farm you have been searching for is now available on beautiful and historic Pemaquid Harbor. The home looks like it has been in place for hundreds of years yet offers the the convenience and comfort of modern construction. Sited to take advantage of the spectacular views, the cape style farmhouse offers 180 degree views of the inner and outer harbor and out to open ocean. Eight acres of picturesque meadows bordered by ancient stone walls and dotted with majestic old oaks slope to the water's edge. The grandeur and the expanse of the views must be seen in person to be fully appreciated. A small barn on the property offers space for boat or tractor storage or maybe a place to keep some animals. It also has potential for conversion into a charming guest house. At the shore a deep water dock offers access to the harbor, Johns Bay and the Atlantic beyond. Pemaquid Harbor is a very protected anchorage and the ideal place to keep a boat of any size. The boating opportunities just out your doorstep are limitless with famous yachting destinations such as Christmas Cove and the Boothbay region just to the west and Pemaquid Point and Muscongus Bay to the east.Pemaquid Harbor is a site of significant historical and archeological importance. Colonial Pemaquid is one of the earliest locations of European occupation in North America with the settlement dating from the early 1600's. Fort William Henry, which can be viewed from the property, was built in 1692. The fort can be visited and there is a museum and archeological dig to explore just a five minute boat ride across the harbor. Also, within a five minute boat ride are two restaurants. Today the harbor is home to a mixture of fishing and pleasure boats and lobstering is a mainstay of the local economy. details »Listed by: Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty
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