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This oceanfront compound is indeed a special offering with over 4± acres of land with ocean frontage overlooking the bold Atlantic. The main residence has large elevated views from most of its rooms and offers a stone terrace, oversized deck and tower for additional viewing and enjoyment. Near the inground pool is a pool house, complete with a kitchen, bath and sitting room just steps from the protected rocky beach. Many historical mill stones were carefully placed and used as stepping stones and sculptures throughout the beautifully manicured grounds with various mature plantings, colorful gardens and stone walls.

The main residence was built in the 1920’s and retains all its original character with antique paneled walls, exposed post and beams, 3 fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, and a built-in bed/loft hideaway area located in the tower. The 2-3 bedroom guest house was added at a later date, ideal guest or caretaker quarters, just the right distance from the main residence offering privacy to both. In addition to the main residence and guest house, there is also an outbuilding for storage.

Ogunquit is a charming seaside community, known for its many restaurants, beaches, boutique shopping, and home to the famous Ogunquit Playhouse. Located just over an hour from Downtown Boston and Logan International Airport, with Portland just a 45-minute drive away with all it has to offer.

  • 4± private acres with ocean frontage and a private pebble beach
  • A compound featuring a main residence and a guest house
  • Enjoy expansive ocean views from both the interior space and the exterior decks and terraces
  • Charming main residence built in the 1920’s with period features intact
  • Guest house offers 2-3 bedrooms, ideal for guests or caretaker’s quarters
  • Beautifully landscaped grounds with colorful gardens and stonework
  • Over 70 historical millstones carefully placed throughout the grounds
  • Inground swimming pool with a pool house that includes a kitchen and bath

Property Details

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John Scribner


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