38 Blanch Lane, Lubec, Maine, 04652
Stunning views of Johnson’s Bay surround this custom newly remodeled ranch style home on 35.6 acres of rolling fields and pasture. There is over 1900 ft of shore frontage with two gravel beaches perfect for kayaking and boating. There are amazing views from almost every room of the home. It has an open concept which includes a modern kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and farmer sink, an expansive living and dining area that is graced by a full front porch, a bedroom and bath for one story living convenience. Finish work is currently being completed on the living space in the walkout basement which includes a great room, second bedroom, bath and laundry. All utilities are updated including a new heating system with modern radiators, each with individual thermostats. This property offers plenty of room for farming and gardening and is currently being used for horses and poultry.
Lubec is quiet and picturesque fishing village. It is home of Summer Keys, a music program which performs weekly summer concerts and provide music lessons. There is a Saturday farmers market that showcases locally made organic, artisan produce and products. There are many artists that also call Lubec home and get their inspiration from the coastal beauty. The candy striped West Quoddy Head lighthouse and State Park are located in south Lubec and boasts the most easterly point in the USA. Lubec hosts an annual international marathon which attracts hundreds of runners to the area each June. 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.
Located in Lubec, the “most Easterly town in the U.S.”, you can enjoy over 25,000 acres of preserved lands and state parks within minutes, Bold Coast hiking trails, and connect to the 127 mile Sunrise Trail system. Many outdoor activities are available in all seasons, including 4-wheeling, kayaking, sailing, and whale watching during warm weather and cold weather brings opportunities for snowmobiling and other winter sports. Beach-combing is popular along the many miles of public beach access in the area.
Lubec is located at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy. Its over 20 feet tides provide plenty of opportunities for beach combing, clamming, and searching for beach glass. There are many inland bays that are great for exploring with kayaks and canoes, , deepwater access offers scenic boating excursions for watching whales, seals, and and many sea birds. There are many freshwater lakes that also offer fishing and boating opportunities. 5. The area boasts scenic views of Maine’s rocky bold coast with lobster trap studded shorelines, sightings of American Bald eagles and other rare shore birds. Wild turkeys, white tailed deer and an occasional bear or moose can be observed along the rural roads through out the area.