4.2 Acre “East Bay” Estate Asks $4.85M in Islesboro, Maine

Joseph Sortwell, LandVest

Joseph Sortwell, LandVest

4.2 Acre “East Bay” Estate Asks $4.85M in Islesboro, Maine

$4,850,000 | Built 2000 | 10,000 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 4.2 Acres
866 Pendleton Point Rd, Islesboro, ME 04848

Privately sited on an expansive 4.2 acre estate with 390-feet of rocky beach shorefront, “East Bay” is an incredible coastal property with views over East Penobscot Bay. The property is on the market for $4.85 million in Islesboro, Maine. Listing Details: Located south of Dark Harbor Village with stunning views over East Penobscot Bay, East Bay is a beautifully designed and skillfully crafted waterfront home built in the tradition of a grand coastal Maine estate. Privately sited on 4.2± acres with 390 ± feet of rocky beach shorefront and a formal entrance, the residence was first built in 2000 as a large post-and-beam barn / garage with an apartment. It was expanded two times, the final renovation and redesign based on the renowned architecture of Royal Barry Wills, and the top-quality house now features over 10,000± square feet of living space reminiscent of a historic Islesboro summer cottage with contemporary amenities. The rooms are open and inviting with comfortable and elegant living spaces defined by high ceilings, multiple fireplaces, exposed-wood beams and numerous windows, all with water views. The extensive landscaping combines formal gardens with fields of wildflowers that firmly anchor the residence in its waterfront setting and the broad views encompass the islands of East Penobscot Bay, North Haven and the open ocean in the distance to the south. East Bay is on the market for $4.85 million with Joseph Sortwell & Terry Sortwell of LandVest, Inc. | Christie’s International Real Estate. Follow jsortwell & landvest_midcoastmaine on Instagram!

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