Filed under: Estates
I love the classic summer homes of New England. The Tiffany Cottage in Isleboro, Maine is one of those grand summer cottages that were built in the early 1900s when people would settle in for a few months by the shore. This Dark Harbor estate was built in 1912 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The shingled home with white shutters sits on a 4.8-acre parcel of land with approximately 700 feet of shorefront and a sheltered dock. A porch faces the water and offers summer shade and the home is surrounded by perennial beds and lawns. There aren't too many interior listing pics but they reveal wood floors, brick fireplaces and wide windows opening to the outside. This home is listed at $4.75 million.
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Gallery: Tiffany Cottage