270 N Lubec Road, Lubec, Maine, 04652


* Sold


MLS: 18014-09779

1.5 Acres

1,440 SqFt

3 beds

1.0 baths

What You Should Know

  • Coastal near waterfront

  • Country property

  • Recreation

  • Coastal parks

  • wildlife

  • Hunting near by

  • Close to beaches

  • Walking, biking, hiking

Why You'll Love It

A metal roof adorns this 1800’s farm house with spacious rooms and high ceilings located on desirable North Lubec Road.  Updates have been started with an expanded mudroom addition which has enlarged the eat-in kitchen area. The kitchen updates include new flooring, sheetrock, and new wiring. Some of the other improvements include sheetrock in the mudroom addition, and new shingles and roof on the doghouse basement entrance.   Move in and continue the renovation and finish work to bring this house back to its former grandore.  A small outbuilding, ample parking and nice curb appeal make this property a great year round home, summer home or rental.

Lubec is the most Easterly town in the U.S.”. It is in Washington County, Maine. The area has more shoreline than any other town along Maine’s coast. Lubec village is quiet and picturesque. The candy striped West Quoddy Head lighthouse and State Park are in south Lubec and boasts hiking trails and a local history museum. It is at the gateway to the Bay of Fundy. New Brunswick, Canada is across the bridge to Campobello Island, home of Roosevelt’s International Park, picturesque Head Harbor Lighthouse and Herring Cove Provincial Park. You can also enter New Brunswick though the Calais border crossing from which you can access many Canadian destinations. Machias is the county seat. It is home to the Campus of the University of Maine at Machias, the Down East Community Hospital and many other amenities.

Recreation opportunities abound for the outdoor enthusiast and naturalist. There is beachcombing along the many public beaches, hiking on the many local trails, and boating of all kinds are popular along the many coves and inlets and rugged coastline. There are many acres of preserved lands, state parks within minutes, the Bold Coast Trail system, and the 127-mile Sunrise Trail for hiking, biking, horseback riding and 4 wheeling to explore. Lubec and the surrounding area offer many opportunities for whale watching trips and seasonal ferries are available to and from Eastport, Campobello Island, Deer Isle, and Grand Manan Island. Inland you will find many freshwater lakes in the county that can be accessed for boating, fishing, and swimming. Bird watching is popular because of the abundant variety of native and migratory birds. The newest offering in the Lubec area for hiking, biking, camping, paddling, and bird watching are the Cobscook Shores waterfront parks. Hunting White Tailed deer, moose, Black bear and turkeys is seasonal in the thousands of acres in Washington county’s woodlands.

The waters off Lubec and the Downeast coastal area have tides that eb and flow more than 20’ twice a day, revealing opportunities to explore the oceans floor and unique tide pools. It is famous for its rocky bold coast and miles of inlets, coves and picturesque harbors. The Old Sow whirlpool reveals itself on the incoming tide just off the southwestern tip of Deer Island, New Brunswick, CA. It is the largest whirlpool in the western hemisphere. Fin Back, Minke, Northern Right Whales, and Humpback whales migrate to the waters between Lubec and Grand Manan Island. Harbor Seals, Bald Eagles, Osprey, are commonly seen.

As you drive along the rural roads of Eastern Washington county you will see many acres of commercial blueberry land. These fields are blue with ripe berries in August and fiery red in the fall. Beside blueberries, the land is mostly evergreen forests harvested for lumber. Freshwater lakes and tributaries crisscross the interior of Washington County. Southern Washington County is home to Roque Bluffs State Park which has a great sand beach and 17 picnic areas while in northern Washington County, you can camp and hike at Cobscook State Park. Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, located in north central Washington County, purpose is to monitor and protect native wildlife, however they specialize in providing nesting and feeding habitats for many bird species. The refuge is located within the Atlantic flyway migratory route. The offer walking, hiking, and biking trails.

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 270 N Lubec Road
  • City: Lubec
  • State: Maine
  • County: Washington

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