The Oceansedge property is located on Lookout Point Road in the historic neighborhood of Hulls Cove, within what is now the Town of Bar Harbor, the host community to the 30,000-acre Acadia National Park on the 40,000-acre Mount Desert Island. The Hulls Cove neighborhood (originally the Village of Eden and the center of commerce for the Mount Desert Island) is arguably the Bar Harbor’s most historic neighborhood. The first settler on the east side of the Island arrived there in 1768 at the conclusion of a century of relentless and savage Indian Wars.
If the Oceansedge home could speak, it would encourage readers of this web site to note the photos which correctly depict the 2-story house as abundant in size for being a 4 bedroom house with 4.5 bathrooms en suite to each bedroom. The house is elegant and meticulously appointed, but sunny and welcoming as well.
Most vacationing travelers coming to Bar Harbor choose to stay at one of the many hotels here, several of them being excellent hotels.
Conversely, some of those travelers choose to stay at a vacation rental property that they judge to be an intriguing personal home, because they hope to make the place they stay in Bar Harbor part of their vacation adventure.
Bar Harbor, a fabled oceanfront town on Coastal Maine, is the host community for the 100-year old and richly endowed Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island.
Bar Harbor, along with Newport, RI, was the most socially important summer resort in the nation during the Gilded Age following the Civil War and leading up to World War I.