Two Seal Rock Drive is a classic New England style home designed by famed architect John Calvin Stevens. Built in the late 1800s, the house was moved from the Upper Neck to its current location in 1900, which is steps from two beaches and short walks to all the other amenities that this summer enclave has to offer.
The home has six bedrooms, five baths, and 1.2 acres of land. Easterly and westerly views to the water allow residents to enjoy sunrises and sunsets from this hand-picked location.
Prouts Neck is one of the oldest summer communities on the New England coast and was home to Winslow Homer, noted 19th century artist. Today, Prouts Neck continues as one of Maine’s most beautiful summer destinations with beautiful white sand beaches, a dramatic cliff walk around the peninsula, a 15± acre wooded sanctuary with paths and an old fashioned boardwalk reminiscent of days gone by.