Journey’s End is conveniently located in the village of Northeast Harbor, sits prominently above the harbor, and enjoys wonderful and ever-changing views of the mountains and boating activity. One of the village’s original shingle cottages, Journey’s End was constructed in 1900, designed by Philadelphia architect Frank Furness and constructed by Frederick Savage. The traditional five bedroom cottage has many classic architectural details, including raised panel wainscoting, a stucco, shingle and pebble exterior, beautifully detailed fireplace mantelpieces, an elegant library, living and dining rooms. The residence has a large sunroom, as well as an open deck overlooking the harbor. There is a fully equipped caretaker residence with separate entrance on the garden level, as well as a separate guest house, with living room, bedroom and full bath. Attached to this is a one car garage which serves as storage space for equipment, but could also be expanded as residential guest space. This property has been lovingly maintained and updated throughout the years, and is in excellent condition; also includes a private deepwater dock on the harbor front. Extensive landscaping surrounds the property and creates an incredibly pleasing palette of color and texture.