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The House

A Beautiful Greek Revival home built in 1854, with 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths.  There is a wide wrap around porch set on 3 acres of hillside and poised for sunset views over the tidal Medomak River and valley and star filled evenings. It's a 5 minute walk to Waldoboro Village with its tidal town dock (bring your kayak/canoe), a cafe, tavern, many beautiful parks & waterways, The historic Waldo Theater, and Odd Alewives Brewery is right down the road. It's also close to Camden, Rockport, Damariscotta, Belfast and many other sweet towns.

The property owner, Erica, is a metal craftsman and works and lives in the attached barn during Summer rental season.  She keeps to herself, but welcomes studio visits if you like.

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THE AMENITIES

What You Need

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Nature

Midcoast Maine is full of trails in the woods and on the water, and also right in the village, steps from the house.

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Regular Conveniences

5 bedrooms (4 queens and a twin), 3 full baths. Stays include fiber optic wifi, all utilities, ample parking, washer and dryer in the basement, a well equipped kitchen with a double oven and gas range, a fire pit and grill,

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Community

Private bedrooms, but also shared community spaces to gather for cooking, eating, chatting...inside by the fireplace, at the large dining table, on the large wrap around porch, by the fire pit, or out for a stroll. Sundays are open for a community dinner with fellow guests if you like.

There is also a lovely café, farm brewery, pub, vintage theatre, and more, right here in town.

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Creative folk connections

Whether you are looking to connect with potters, photographers, writers, various crafts folk, boat builderscaterers, event spaces, theater, we can make suggestions of who you might reach out to during your stay.

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Great local food

Amazing small farms, small restaurants, and wineries and breweries are thriving here - come see how they are making cozy spaces for you to enjoy locally grown and made foods.

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Create

Create inspiration, respite, or new artistic discoveries.  Plein air painting out in the beautiful trails, photography, writing, take a class, tour local artists studios, or just take a rest to recharge.

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