Maine’s housing market could also be cooling down, however that doesn’t appear to use to luxurious residential properties on the coast, which proceed to be listed for traditionally excessive costs.
For somebody trying to spend round $11 million, there are a couple of mansions in coastal Maine to select from. There’s a waterfront household compound in Bar Harbor with 4 homes on it; a 7,400 square-foot waterfront mansion in Northeast Harbor; and a waterfront house in St. George with two visitor homes, an out of doors basketball courtroom, and a pool home.
The 2 properties on Mount Desert Island every are listed for greater than $11 million — one in Northeast Harbor for $11.6 million and one other in Bar Harbor for $11.2 million.
The Northeast Harbor property, which sits on a 1-5-acre parcel on Peabody Drive that overlooks the mouth of the native harbor, has 5 bedrooms and 7 loos. Inbuilt 2006, the home comes with a deep-water dock, a exercise room, outside terraces overlooking the ocean and an in-law residence.
The city of Mount Desert has assessed the whole worth of property on Peabody Drive, together with the home, at simply shy of $5 million. The city makes use of the evaluation to find out the property’s tax worth
Within the Bar Harbor village of Hulls Cove, a four-house oceanfront household compound is in the marketplace for $11.2 million. The primary home, in-built 1993, has 5 bedrooms, a bocce courtroom, a croquet garden and a personal dock. Additionally positioned on the 9-acre property are two 3-bedroom homes and an 800-square foot visitor cabin.
The city’s assessed worth of the property is also simply shy of $5 million.
Within the St. George village of Port Clyde, a waterfront house off Drift Inn Street is in the marketplace for $10.9 million. Inbuilt 2013, it sits on 32 acres overlooking Mosquito Island and comes with 4 bedrooms, 5 loos, and a personal dock.
Additionally on the property are two separate visitor cottages, one with 3 bedrooms and one with 2 bedrooms, and an out of doors swimming pool with an adjoining pool home that features a one-bedroom residence. There’s an out of doors basketball courtroom with an adjoining recreation constructing and two custom-built barns.
The basketball courtroom has Duke College’s Blue Devils emblem painted on it, which is a nod to the alma mater of the property’s present proprietor, former Aflac president Paul Amos II.
The city’s assessed worth of the property is $5.2 million.
One other mansion positioned far inland in Greenville, which sits on 260 acres and comes with its personal 9-hole golf course, is also in the marketplace for $12.8 million.