Once again, the Midcoast towns of Camden and Rockport are earning national recognition. The New York Times Travel section recently featured this informative article “36 Hours in Camden and Rockport, Maine (and Environs),” highlighting a variety of places to eat and things to do in the area.
A Selection of Exceptional Properties
in Camden and Rockport:
The Community House, Rockport
This historic waterfront residence is located within easy walking distance of Rockport Village with views over Rockport Harbor to the west. Built circa 1880 as a sea captain’s house, the five-bedroom main residence has charming period details and 157± feet of accessible rocky shoreline. The 0.92± acre property is beautifully landscaped and includes an attached two-story studio/barn with a bath and kitchenette on each level, a well-built deep-water dock, a small waterfront storage shed, and steps that lead to a pocket pebble beach.
260 Bay View Street, Camden
Sited on 3.23± acres on Upper Bay View Street in Camden, this fine waterfront residence features spectacular views of Penobscot Bay and open ocean. With 9,600± square feet of living space, the house has a practical, flowing floor plan with state-of-the-art finishes and four bedroom suites. Expertly landscaped, the property offers 300± feet of bold granite shorefront and is conveniently located within walking distance to the shops and dining in Camden village.
This magnificent estate offers a classic coastal setting with a historic residence and panoramic views of Penobscot Bay. Located in the Beauchamp Point neighborhood in Rockport, Lyndonwood includes approximately 6.85± private acres with 648± feet of accessible shorefront, two pretty pebble beaches, a guest house and a location for a deep-water dock.
Undercliff Cottage, Camden
Located on upper Bay View Street in Camden, this historic house has five bedrooms with fine finishes and original architectural details such as romantic turreted rooms, leaded glass windows, and eight fireplaces. The grounds cover 4.06± attractively landscaped acres, with lawns, granite outcroppings, perennial beds, flowering shrubs, and specimen trees that can be viewed from the covered, wraparound porch.
This historic residence, located in the Beauchamp Point neighborhood, offers 1.91± waterfront acres and panoramic views of Penobscot Bay and its islands. The four-bedroom, Shingle-style main residence, originally built in 1903, was fully updated and restored with regard for its historic character. The grounds include 354± feet of shoreline with a lovely pebble beach, a period carriage house and a deep-water dock.