Once you get here, you won't want to leave Lubec, home to Maine's easternmost lighthouse at Quoddy State Park. Located right on route 189 into Lubec proper just 1⁄2 mile away, this expansive building sits on .44 acres and has plenty of parking for several vehicles and even room for a boat. Once the location of a very popular restaurant, there's 2784 square feet of space to transform into both one level living on one side or to establish your business enterprise on the other. Or, design and finish the home of your dreams inspired by water views of Johnson's Bay. Take advantage of this highly trafficked location as anyone heading into Lubec, or onto Campobello Island, Canada, must pass by! The spacious parking lot is flat and easily accessible for adventure seekers to stop in and peruse your restaurant, shop or recharge at your Airbnb, micro hotel or other venture. Lubec's natural beauty is unparalleled and the economy hearty as exemplified by several restaurants, a brewery, chocolatier, specialty shops, commercial fishing vessels and grocery: Nearby are 4 lighthouses, 150 miles of hiking trails, town beach riddled with beach glass and Roosevelt International Park, which was once the summer home of President FDR and First Lady Eleanor. Soaring bald eagles and frolicking harbor seals are common inhabitants of the area and you can catch a glimpse of a Minke, Right or Finback whale off shore in the Bay of Fundy. Experience the coastal Maine lifestyle and live where you'd vacation!