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Maine Coastal Farmhouse 10 Acres - Long Stay

2 reviewsSuperhostBrooksville, Maine, United States
Entire house hosted by Kim
13 guests6 bedrooms7 beds3.5 baths
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One easy mile from the ocean. Rustic, 1850 farmhouse in the peaceful "Valley of Stars" - a very rural stretch of coastal land tucked away on the pristine Brooksville peninsula. A typical Maine farmhouse, simple and solid, a great starting point for exploring the coast. Ocean air, abundant wildlife, night skies crammed with stars. 1 hour to Acadia, 20 minutes to Blue Hill. Our nearest super-cool neighbors, the iconic Tinder Hearth Bakery, are a 2 minute walk away.

The space
Minimum 90 days rental. Plain, simple old farmhouse, furnished. Six bedrooms, two with private baths, four with shared bath, one occupies a loft space with private staircase. The house sits on the very quiet Coastal Road, amid 10 acres of meadow, woods and stream, one mile to a quiet, serene bay. The kitchen is basic: gas stove, cooking pots & pans, dinnerware, cutlery. No microwave, no dishwasher. DSL internet service included in rent and is fine for streaming, skyping, etc. I do not charge a cleaning fee but I do require a security deposit which you would only have to pay if there is damage. Pets allowed as long as they are well house-trained. There are cat doors in strategic places.

Guest access
Entire house and grounds.

Other things to note
The Iyengar Yoga Center, a 1400 sf studio on the property, is closed until further notice due to Covid19 .
One easy mile from the ocean. Rustic, 1850 farmhouse in the peaceful "Valley of Stars" - a very rural stretch of coastal land tucked away on the pristine Brooksville peninsula. A typical Maine farmhouse, simple and solid, a great starting point for exploring the coast. Ocean air, abundant wildlife, night skies crammed with stars. 1 hour to Acadia, 20 minutes to Blue Hill. Our nearest super-cool neighbors, the ico… read more

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 4
1 double bed
Bedroom 5
1 double bed
Bedroom 6
1 double bed, 1 couch

Amenities

Dryer
Kitchen
Washer
Free parking on premises
Wifi
Free street parking
Heating
Smoke alarm
Carbon monoxide alarm
Fire extinguisher

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Location

Brooksville, Maine, United States

We are 4 miles from Buck's Harbor, which boasts a deep harbor, town marina, Yacht Club, a general store and Bucks restaurant, a fine dining eatery which serves dinners with ingredients from local farms. Brooksville is bounded on the west by Penobscot Bay, on the north and east by the Bagaduce River (a tidal estuary), and on the south by the famous sailing waters of Eggemoggin Reach. It is nearly an island, with just two slim land bridges to the rest of the mainland, and 54 miles of shoreline. This gives it a protected, insular quality cherished by summer and year-round residents alike.
Maine contains the largest light-pollution-free area in the eastern half of the United States. Measured on the Bortle scale (think Richter scale for astronomers) the darkest night skies in northern Maine place second on a scale of one to nine. On clear nights the stargazing is truly magical.
The coastal town of Blue Hill (20 min drive) has shops, restaurants, cafes, art galleries, a supermarket, gas stations, a hospital, banks, etc. On summer nights the Blue Hill Waterfront Town Park hosts weekly street dances under the stars with Flash in the Pans, the area's long-standing community steel drum band.
The Blue Hill Peninsula is home to the chamber music venue Kneisal Hall, the Stonington Opera House and the Grand Auditorium, offering concerts featuring international artists in everything from Shakespeare productions to live classical, folk, jazz, rock, and world music performances.
We are 4 miles from Buck's Harbor, which boasts a deep harbor, town marina, Yacht Club, a general store and Bucks restaurant, a fine dining eatery which serves dinners with ingredients from local farms. Brooksv…

Hosted by Kim

Joined in July 2012
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Welcome! I 'm originally from New York City but for much of my life have lived and traveled in many places abroad. I enjoy hosting resourceful, independent people.
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Things to know

House rules
Checkout: 12:00 PM
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Learn more
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $1500
Cancellation policy