93 Main Street, Lubec, Maine, 04652
When you walk into the grand foyer, you know immediately that this is not a typical 1900’s Victorian. While the original structure is there, the inside has been remodeled with a very contemporary look. Granite counters, tile floors, center-island with a prep-sink, stainless steel appliances and Cherrywood cabinet adorn the kitchen. One step up and you are in the formal dining room with patio doors leading to the back lawn. A family room with gas fireplace, formal living room with wood fireplace and of course the informal foyer and first floor bath complete this level.
This circa 1900 Victorian with wrap-around Veranda was renovated and remodeled for ease of maintenance and maximum enjoyment. The upscale appliances, tile and wood floors, Master Bedroom en suite spa-like bath and more are just a sampling of the masterfully crafted renovations. The home sits on .98 acres with approximately 198’ on pristine Johnson’s Bay. The Master Bedroom suite has French Doors leading to a balcony for great sunset viewing. Banked on each side of the French Doors are large windows so when the weather is not cooperative, you can enjoy the views from the comfort of your bedroom. A must see for the discerning home buyer.
Located on the edge of “downtown”, it is an easy walk to the grocery store, neighborhood restaurant and other town services. Lubec is a small fishing village with a population of around 1,300, but swells to much more in the summer time with seasonal residents and tourists alike. The town is located along the bold coast of Maine and is surrounded by 90 miles of shorefront.
It is the most easterly town in the U.S. and greets the sun first in the nation each morning. West Quoddy Head Light House stands tall on the most easterly point in the U.S. directing Mariners safely home after a long day on the waters.
This small town offers over 4,000 acres of conservation lands open to the public. From biking to hiking and everything in-between. Grab your kayak and launch it in Straight Bay or Federal Harbor and explore the inner bays with the ebb and flow of the tides, run the trails at West Quoddy State Park or hike to the bold waterfront of Hamilton Cove. If you like ATV riding, check out the Sunrise Trails just a 20 min. drive to Whiting to connect to the trails. Something for everyone. Lubec – the way life IS!