Privately sited on the shore of Hupper Island, this classic coastal property has spectacular views of Port Clyde Harbor. The year-round main home with adjacent seasonal guest quarters combines a traditional exterior with an innovative interior design, completely renovated in harmony with the surrounding environment. The creative landscape features stone walls, lawns, intimate perennial gardens and patio areas, recent birch and fruit tree plantings, a work shed, and an integrated stone hot tub overlooking the harbor.
Hupper Island forms the western shore of Port Clyde Harbor, sheltering a historic fishing village and artists’ colony located on the southern tip of the St. George peninsula. The island, which is approximately 400± acres in size, was first settled in the late 18th century, and today has about 25 mostly seasonal homes on its shores. The wooded interior of the island is a real sanctuary, developed only with walking trails, fields, ponds, and old stone walls. Hupper Island is highly accessible and just a short skiff ride from the docks of Port Clyde.
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