Matinicus Island House

Built in 1850, this charming two-chimney cape with 4 bedrooms and 1.5 baths boasts more than 80 acres of private, varied island terrain: rolling meadows, a mature red spruce forest, and more than 5,555 feet of exclusive ocean frontage on the farthest inhabited island off the eastern coast of the United States, Matinicus Island, which is 20 miles off the coast of Rockland, Maine and only accessible via the state-owned ferry service, air taxi from a local airport, or on a privately chartered boat, plane, or helicopter. With a population of just under 100 people, this island offers privacy and remoteness without the risks of a faraway, completely uninhabited escape. There are sprawling trail networks close by, which conveniently lead to the beach in the summer months and back to the forest when it cools off. When needed, though, the historic home offers plenty of respite and is ripe for refinement in several areas — especially in the adjacent wood-clad beam barn.

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