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Located at the southern end of Captain John Parker Head, this property with, 40± acres and 1672 feet of waterfrontage, offers a commanding view over the historic mouth of the Kennebec River.

This region is historically significant with the settling of the Popham Colony in 1607, as well as activity in the Revolutionary War, and the war of 1812. Ships have been built in Bath for 275 years and sent to sea through this famous waterway.

This residence is ready for your inspiration. Offering three bedrooms, expansive water side decks, a swimming pool, as well as a garage and workshop. This property has the opportunity to be a tremendous family compound or developed to take advantage of the large land component. There is a pond on the property that invites abundant bird and wildlife of all types.

The views are to all points of the compass with water views over Wyman Bay out to Popham Beach and Fort Popham out to Seguin Island, as well as northeast to Squirrel Island Light.

Phippsburg has been a summer destination for generations, offering attractions like Popham Beach, The Bates Morse Mountain Conservation, Fort Baldwin, as well as the Pond Island National Wildlife Refuge.

Kayaking, sailing, hiking, and waterfront activities are available up and down the peninsula, as well as all the restaurants, galleries, and ample shopping in historic Bath, Maine.


Property Details

ME1450
Cape Style
Sagadahoc
1980
John Scribner

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