Collamore House is a spectacular waterfront property located on the coveted southern end of Bremen Long Island with water on two sides and excellent ocean views east and west. The historic, Cape-style house has charming details and western views over Muscongus Bay to Palmer Island and Hog Island. Views from the eastern shore look over a cove to the southern portion of Bremen Long Island. The 2.6± acre property features well-maintained lawn, mature spruce trees and 810± feet of attractive rocky shorefront that benefits from the ocean-side of Bremen Long Island, but in the lee with protected tidal coves.
Bremen Long Island was first settled in the mid-1800s by boat builders, fishermen, and dairy farmers. The one-room schoolhouse—now used in the summer as a community gathering center—and the old farmhouses and stone walls crisscrossing the island testify to its rich past. The island is approximately 2.5 miles long and a mile wide and includes open fields, unspoiled woodlands, tidal coves, bold rocky shores, and old carriage trails. Today, Bremen Long Island is home to about 25 seasonal residences: a like-minded community who cherish the island’s natural beauty and seclusion enhanced by wilderness preserve. Despite its proximity to the mainland, and the associated ease of access, one feels as if they are transported back in time when they are on the island.
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