286 Doherty Lane, Lubec, Maine, 04652




* Sold


MLS: 18014-09883

6.57 Acres

3,562 SqFt

4 beds

2.5 baths

Why You'll Love It

This contemporary two story home is sited at the end of a private dirt road and is surrounded by 100 acres of conservation land for hunting, hiking and exploring.  

The home is being offered completely furnished and has a great rental history.  The first floor has a large kitchen with an island, breakfast bar, cherrywood cabinets galore, propane range, tile floors and so much more.  

A granite fireplace is the focal point of the great room, an inviting feature on cold winter nights or chilly fall evenings.  Large windows invite sunlight into the dining area and patio doors frame the waterfront view from the entertainment area.  There is a screened porch and open deck off the dining room which continues along the house to the Master bedroom.  

The master bedroom suite offers a jetted tub, separate shower and walk-in closet.  The French doors and large windows offer views of Federal Harbor.  Enjoy your morning coffee on the deck and listen to the birds singing, waves lapping along the shore and the sights of nature all around you.

The second floor offers three bedrooms, full bath, a gathering room and large walk thru closet.

The two story Barn has space for storage of a vehicle and plenty of room for your lawnmower and other recreation.  One end of the barn can accommodate stalls for horses and with 6 acres and numerous apple trees, there is plenty of room for them to graze.  

Lubec Maine is a coastal community with over 90 miles of oceanfront.  From the deep water, crashing surf to the very tidal inner bays, we enjoy the ever-changing views of coastal living.  West Quoddy Head Lighthouse is known for being the most easterly point in the United States and thousands of visitors each year come to enjoy the views, trails and experiences offered in Downeast Maine.   

In-town you will find a variety of restaurants, shops and town services.  Lubec shares an international bridge with Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada – President Roosevelt’s beloved Island.  The Island has the only internationally managed park featuring the summer home of the Roosevelts and shows life as it was when they enjoyed summers there.  The park encompasses numerous rocky beaches, fields and woods.  A great place to explore.

Lubec also offers thousands of acres of preserved lands for hiking, biking, kayaking and canoeing.  There are numerous small and large parks to explore – some on the inner bays – others explore the rock bound cliffs Downeast Maine is known for.  

Washington County is the state’s most easterly county and the topography of the county is as diverse as it’s citizens who have located here from all over the United States seeking solitude and a new way of life.  From the bold ocean to the east, the blueberry barrens inland, peat bogs and forests, there is something for everyone.  The Sunrise trails is an 80 mile trail that was created on the old railroad tracks and turned into a for season trail for hiking, biking, 4 wheeling, horseback riding, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and more.  Enjoy a leisurely ATV or UTV ride along the trails thru the peat bogs, woods and waters of the area.  The trails also connect to other trails leading east and west.  

Lubec is located just a half hour drive to Machias, the county seat and where the University of Maine at Machias is located as well as the courts, hospitals, doctors and shopping is located. 

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 286 Doherty Lane
  • City: Lubec
  • State: Maine
  • County: Washington

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Debbie Holmes

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