Gorgeous Energy Efficient New Construction on Mussel Cove in Falmouth (10 minute drive to the Old Port in Portland, Maine). The house is located on one of the most beautiful coves in Maine, off Route 88 in Falmouth Foreside – one of the most highly sought after locations in the State of Maine.
Listen to the birds as you sit on the porch watching the sun rise over Casco Bay. Grab the binoculars for an up-close view of the seabirds, sailing vessels, and islands in the bay. Impeccably appointed home includes:
Hardwood floors throughout; Outside Deck, Three Season Porch, SubZero Refrigerator, Wolf Stove & Wolf Cooktop; Marble & Butcher Block Countertops; Back Yard Stone Patio; Large Living Room with Smart TV; Large Kitchen Table; Center Island with Bar Stools; Pantry with Sink; Second Floor Laundry with Electrolux Washer & Dryer; Highest Speed WiFi; Netflix, Amazon; Two-Car Garage; Large Yard; Rocking Chairs, Adirondack Chairs; Large Master Suite on the Third Level with Spectacular Views of the Bay; 1 60” Smart TV in the Living Room; Pioneer Plasma Elite TV in the guest Bedroom upstairs; digital keypad access (no need for keys). This house has it all.
2-3 Bedroom; three bath; sleeps up to 6. Association Dock & beach area a 5 minute walk from the property.
Neighborhood: An 8-10 minute drive to the heart of the Old Port, Portland, Maine. Enjoy the many award winning restaurants, shopping, and recreational opportunities of Portland, Maine. Spend the day meandering around in the Old Port, have dinner at one of the many Award Winning Restaurants (Portland, Maine is a nationally known “Foodie” town). Spend a day cruising Casco Bay via Casco Bay Lines, or many other private boat companies. Take in a sunset sail on the bay. Drive up to Freeport for a shopping and/or kayaking outdoor adventure day (15-20 minutes to Freeport). Explore some of the Casco Bay islands (Peaks Island is a favorite). Meander up Route 1 to peruse the many unique shops & Antique Stores. Head over to Cape Elizabeth to view Portland Head Light – the most photographed lighthouse in the United States. The possibilities are endless.+ More