Built in the early 1800s,the house was less than 2000 square feet and in poor condition. Every weekend over the next three years, whileworking full-time jobs in Connecticut, we made the six-hour trek to our house in Maine. With the help of family and friends we cleaned up, gutted, tore down, added on and began to rebuild our new home.
The project seemed daunting at times, but our dreams were strong and our hearts never faltered. Slowly over the next four years, while continuing to drive to Connecticut every week for work, we finished our house, moving into a real bedroom with a real bathroom (doors and everything!), cooking in a full-service kitchen and washing dishes in a large kitchen sink. We swept the floors clear of the dust and dirt from construction. We moved in furniture and hung curtains.
We now work remotely while filling our hours with cooking, baking, gardening, sewing, woodworking, enjoying the company of our children and grandchildren and caring for our guests. We are finally able to relax and enjoy our new life, pursuing the passions whose constant reminder kept us going even when times were tough.
We enjoy meeting the varied guests visiting our home, seeking a reprieve from life’s treadmill and hoping to find solace in our little piece of heaven. We invite you to knock on our door, meet our family, doze on our porch, savor our breakfasts, and forget your troubles for a little while. We have the fireplace crackling, muffins in the oven, and a warm bed awaiting your arrival. We look forward to meeting you and hearing your stories.
Address720 Lamoine Beach Rd
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