Total privacy and charm. 240 year old New England Estate.5 br, heated pool

Total privacy and charm. 240 year old New England Estate.5 br, heated pool




Oct 2006

Want to contact this member?

Start your two-week free trial to chat to other members

Send a message

Do you like what you see? Then contact this member to see when their home is available

Enter your preferred trip dates

Choose your preferred way to travel
Add personal message and send

Not available


Not available


Added to shortlist

This home is in your shortlist. To access your shortlist click the icon in the navigation

Add to shortlist

This home is not yet in your shortlist

5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Extended post and beam Cape at the end of a half mile long driveway offers complete relaxation and abundant charm. Dozens of references from other guests. check listing #62180.SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFORMATION and references.

FOR FURTHER photos GO TO. these links

Farm Exterior and Grounds:

Main house interiors:

We are right in the Heart of the Popular Pemaquid peninsular which means the ocean, The area lakes and rivers are easily accessible.
First you will want to savor the area's seafood, Lobster. Clams Mussels in one of the many fine al fresco locations. For more formal dining the Mid-coast has a well earned reputation for a range of cuisines. Once you have satisfied you appetite then Visit galleries, take a day trip to Monhegan Island, kayak, fish, golf, book a theater evening, sign up for a nature walk, hike the many miles of groomed trails........or just relax by the pool.

Two Century Farm has met and easily exceeded expectations and over the years has garnered numerous loyal fans because of its uniqueness.

Maine's Mid-coast stretches from Portland to Camden and Bristol lies mid-way between the two towns. There are a variety of outdoor and cultural activities for guests to enjoy. Yet the Pemaquid Peninsular is remains real Down East Maine. You'll hear the accent and in the Port Villages you'll see working Lobster men as opposed to luxury yachts.

Kayaking, fishing, antiquing, art galleries, and fine restaurants.are all within a short distance.

Long a favorite destination for summer residents and retirees whose objective is peace and quite, the peninsular today has become most desirable. Music programs, and the arts flourish here offering activities without the press of Tourism writ large.

I am retired from the Investment Profession and have spent the last few years preserving the property that has been in my family since 1961. We came to America from South Africa at that time. I returned to South Africa in 1966 and stayed there until the 1980's.After that I worked and or lived in Switzerland, England, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

I went to a school in Switzerland completed my studies at Penn in Philadelphia, and Wits in Johannesburg.

I welcome interchange with people of other countries and can make myself understood in German, French and Italian with a little effort and a jog of my memory.


More about us

  1. I Have lived in Europe, South Africa and here in the US for a while now.

  2. Sarah paints dogs, designs firnishings and rugs. Amazing talent

  3. We both love the 250 year old Farmhouse. Atmosphere, eye appeal

Swap availability

Open to offers
Not Available

Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Round Pond Lobster, Damariscotta Grill, Best Thai Restaurant
Cool bars
King Eider's Pub
Cozy cafés
Mid-Coast Bookstore Cafe
Retail therapy
Flea Markets, Antique
Bit of culture
3 Thaeter Groups, Library Lecture searies and guest speakers.
Walks in the park
Dozens of maped trails
Spot of exercise
Golf, Sea Kayaking, walking and jogging, Swimming of course
Day tripping
Camden, Bath Maritime, Boothbay Harbor

You may also like