Privately located on East Neck, on the southeast portion of Damariscotta Lake, this property features a mixture of sloping fields and hardwood trees with views of the lake. The property has 400± feet of pristine waterfront and the adjacent 8.7± acres of land to the north is protected by a conservation easement.
The 3.6± acre parcel was originally part of Chimney Farm, historic home to writers Henry Beston and Elizabeth Coatsworth. Beston was a self-proclaimed naturalist and is considered to be one of the founding fathers of environmentalism. He is most famous for “The Outermost House” but also wrote two well-known books at Chimney Farm: “Northern Farm” and “Herbs and Earth.” Elizabeth Coatsworth was a well-known children’s author and recipient of a Newbury Award Medal in 1931 for “The Cat Who Went to Heaven.”
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