Overlooking Flying Passage and Muscongus Bay on the northern end of Bremen Long Island, Aspinwall provides the perfect summer retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. The property encompasses 113± acres with over 5,500 feet of varied shorefront – bold granite ledges, a sandy beach, and tranquil coves – accessed by an all-tide dock and loading wharf. The rolling land is a mixture of deciduous and coniferous forest with old woods roads and a lovely hidden meadow.

The historic house, built for John Aspinwall in 1917, has been carefully renovated and restored. At the heart of the home is an open living room with a large fieldstone fireplace and immense oak trusses holding up the 20 foot ceilings. The sunroom off the living room with views down the bay offers a quiet spot for reading, relaxing or old-fashioned board games. The oversized master suite features French doors opening onto a private deck, a fireplace and a master bath with a stand-alone shower and generous soaking tub. There is also a cozy library with fireplace and three additional bedrooms in the main house.

A classic barn with a year-round one-bedroom apartment (large open living room and kitchen and expansive deck) above a two-bay garage/workshop overlooks the dock and cove. Two historic cabins nestled in the trees along the shore facing the bay (one cabin is a game room with a ping pong table, dart board and craft area) and a generator shed, propane shed and storage building complete the retreat.


Property Details

ME1389
Cottage
Lincoln
1917
Terry Sortwell

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