About 54 Landing Road, Southport, ME
In the same family since 1962, 54 Landing Road was the site of the original steamboat landing for the island of Southport, and was the home of Doc Rockwell, famous for his regular columns ”From the Landing” in Down East magazine. The main home comprises a first-floor primary suite with a den and a fireplace; a large open living area, dining area, and kitchen with two fireplaces, and closed in porch that serves a mudroom or a reading nook, and a small powder room. The second floor comprises 5 bedrooms and two bathrooms. One bedroom holds four beds to accommodate a number of visitors. Sliding doors open to a large deck with view across Townsend Gut to Hodgdon and Moffett Coves. It is a short sail to the Sheepscot River and open water. Go in the opposite direction to easy access to Boothbay Harbor, truly a boater’s paradise. There is 150 ft +/- of shorefront with a private deepwater dock. The seasonal guesthouse has a first-floor living area and a kitchen. The second floor holds two bedrooms and two baths. The property has seasonal town water and a drilled well for year-round service. The overboard discharge system has recently been re-licensed and inspected.
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