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Prominently sited on a 4± acre scenic knoll and surrounded by a multitude of gardens as well as water on two sides, the centrally located Dark Harbor House is a stunning example of Colonial Revival architecture. Designed by Fred Savage and built in 1885/86, the current owners commissioned a complete restorative renovation in 2011/12 starting with a new foundation and ending with top period furnishings and landscaping. A superb job by all involved lead to a stunning result.The commanding historic residence features 196 feet of waterfront to the west on Ames Cove, including a gravel beach and a six-kayak storage rack with custom launch system providing access to excellent kayaking in the picturesque Gilkey Harbor. Overlooking the iconic Dark Harbor to the north, only 200 feet off its southern edge, the residence offers a close-up view of the harbor and further out, the open water of Penobscot Bay and North Haven to the east.

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Colonial Revival
Terry Sortwell




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