65 Main Street, Lubec, Maine, 04652
This 3 - 4 bedroom in-town Colonial was built in 2007 and includes an eat-in kitchen with a breakfast bar and sliding doors to an expansive deck looking south to the water views and a spacious living room with hardwood floors and double French doors offers views of Johnson’s Bay and the Quoddy Narrows. The first level also includes a half bath with laundry, a comfortable family room and bonus room currently being used as a guest bedroom. This room could easily be used as an office or the combined family/ bonus room space could be converted into a first floor master bedroom suit. The second level of this well designed home includes a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and corner garden tub with separate shower. Two more bedrooms and a full bath complete the second floor living space. The front entrance is adorned by a deck with room for seating to relax. A large deck for entertaining and ample parking off the main road adds to the home’s appeal. More entertaining is possible in the Rec. Room/Man Cave with a half bath in the walk-out basement. This daylight basement has possibilities for an in-law or rental efficiency apartment by converting the rec. room and utilizing the basement entrance. This home offers plenty of comfortable living space for family and friends and is designed with comfort and quality in mind. Its in-town location is within walking distance to all town amenities including public beach and boat access.
In the village of Lubec there are quaint shops and restaurants to explore. You can fish from the town pier, watch the seals play off the breakwater or collect beach stones and sea glass on the many town beaches. There are weekly concerts hosted by the Summer Keys music program which draws musicians from across the country. A weekend Farmers Market offers produce, meats and artisan products from many local farmers and artisans.
Walking around town is a pleasant experience, as spectacular ocean and bay views are all around you.
Many opportunities for birders, and boaters are close by. Cobscook trails offer spectacular bold coast hiking and West Quoddy Head State Park is just minutes away. The newly created Water Side Trails Park has convenient opportunities for kayaking and canoeing just minutes away. You can enjoy over 25,000 acres of preserved lands and state parks within minutes and connect to the 127 mile Sunrise Trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and 4 wheeling.
Canada is just a quick trip away over the bridge to Campobello Island, NB, CA where you will find the Rosevelt International Park, Head Harbor Light, and Herirng Cove Beach among the attractions. Traveling a little further north you will come to Calias, Maine and the border crossing into New Brunswick through St. Stephen’s. From there many Canadian destinations and attractions are within a few hours drive.