York, Maine (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
“We are responding to a very active real estate market on the seacoast and hope to get ahead of the curve with this price change” says Cori McGrath of Olde Port Properties. And she adds, “We feel we are competitively priced for a home of this caliber. It’s simple luxuries, thoughtful features, and brilliant appeal make it a unique place to call home and a perfect vacation compound.”
Located in the York Cliffs historic district on Agamenticus Avenue in Cape Neddick, Maine, every detail of The Cottage at Passaconaway respects the vernacular and history that makes it a sought-after location while offering privacy, unparalleled scenery and lasting design. Cape Neddick is part of York in south western Maine.
The home offers three suites of living for a total of 7200sf., five bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 3000sf. of mahogany decks and porches, a path to the private beach and access to a boat mooring in Cape Neddick Bay. Unique aspects include a loft design studio/art room with its private deck, a theater, a gym/exercise room, and wine cave. The finishing details throughout were crafted by local Maine and New Hampshire craftsmen.
Full of pleasant surprises, this home, built on the foundations of the historic late nineteenth century Grand Passaconaway Inn, was a destination for generations of East Coast vacationers. The property has a deed dating to 1644 when, in the very early years of immigration to America, King Charles I of England granted land Patents to Peter Wyre (Weare) and John Gouch who at that time were two of the earliest settlers.
Learn more by visiting http://www.thecottageatpassaconaway.com.