Maine is famous for beautiful summers with refreshing temperatures, ocean breezes, and plenty of outdoor activities. The winter season is pretty fabulous too, and there are many offerings to entertain the adventure enthusiast or the homebody. Maine’s various ski mountains attract visitors from all over New England and beyond. Frozen lakes and ponds are perfect for family ice skating or a vigorous round of hockey; and there are numerous trails for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. Whether you wish to go out and enjoy one of these brisk winter adventures, or simply cozy up by the fire, these stunning Maine homes have got you covered.
Aspinwall Bremen Long Island, Maine
The great room in this historic island home features massive oak trusses and the commanding central fireplace, made from local stone, is thought to be one of the largest in Maine.
Undercliff Cottage | Camden, Maine
This lovely den with coffered ceilings, Cypress trim, and a stone fireplace is perfect for enjoying a good book while the flakes fall outside
Sears Cottage | Islesboro, Maine
This fine historic home features eleven unique wood-burning fireplaces and water views from almost every room.
Periwinkle Beach | Islesboro, Maine
This central, brick Russian fireplace is designed to maximize warmth and coziness.
Otter Creek Lane | Islesboro, Maine
The three limestone fireplaces in this bright and open home were inspired by Giorgio Armani.
Northeast Point | Camden, ME
When it is cold out, cooking and dining is a pleasure in front of this warm and inviting fireplace.
Dark Harbor House | Islesboro, Maine
With nine fireplaces throughout this thoughtfully-renovated historic home, it is difficult to choose just one!
260 Bay View Street | Camden, Maine
The double-sided, commanding stone fireplace in this festive family great room is perfect any time of the year.
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