Holiday Gift Guide Part 4

Still working on your gift list? We’ve found properties even your pickiest loved one will fall in love with. Follow along with LandVest’s Holiday Gift Guide blog in this four-part series to find the perfect home for you, your family, and your friends!

In Parts 1, 2, and 3, we featured plenty of homes that someone on your list would love, but you may still be looking.

L to R: 65 Butler’s Cove Road | Martha’s Vineyard, MA; Sheephead Island | Deer Isle, ME; Craig Haven | Gloucester, MA

For someone who loves the sound of the sea, homes like Martha’s Vineyard’s 65 Butlers Cove Road, Maine’s Sheephead Island, or Gloucester’s Craig Haven may be calling their name.

Lto R: Sentinel Cedar | Charlotte, VT; 46 Grapevine Brook Road | Bowerbank, ME

If a lake’s more their speed, Sentinel Cedar sits on Lake Champlain while 46 Grapevine Brook Road is on Sebec Lake.

L to R: Great Meadowbrook Farm | Hardwick, MA; Fish Point | Great Cranberry Island, ME; 10 Miles River Road | Hamilton, MA

There are properties for the people with green thumbs, like Great Meadowbrook Farm, and for boaters, like Fish Point. When you need extra space for parents or grown kids, you’ll find it somewhere like 10 Miles River Road.

L to R: 282 Simon Willard Road | Concord, MA; Boone Parklands | Northeastern Kentucky

And if an investor is on your gift list, there are great residential options like 282 Simon Willard Road and timberland options like Boone Parklands.

But if you’re looking for something that’ll be easier to giftwrap, now’s still a good time to support local businesses. We covered a few great New England options here, but there are countless others to explore.

Shop online for gifts of all shapes, sizes, and price points at Woody’s Mercantile in Woodstock, Swallowfield Shop in Northeast Harbor, and Rockland’s fourTWELVE boutique. Henniker’s Beeline Skin Care Shop offers a variety of natural skin care products from beeswax and honey.

Send someone you love home décor with a story – Jo Ellen Stammen is a fine artist and children’s book illustrator who has incorporated her storytelling ability into her store’s goods. Camden’s Owl & Turtle Bookshop Café lets you give the gift that keeps on giving – sign a friend or family m<eember (or yourself) up for their Book of the Month Club.

Satisfy a sweet tooth with an order from Peterborough’s Ava Marie Chocolates. Order a holiday care package or pick and choose a few bottles of wine from Manchester-by-the-Sea’s Helen’s Bottle Shop.

Even if you can’t be there in person, you can support local businesses by buying gift certificates for places like Plainfield, NH’s Edgewater Farm. You could even donate to your favorite organizations like the Points North Institute, which runs the Camden International Film Festival.