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The Property

Oceansedge has been in business for 21 years.  The property was constructed in 1979 and is a traditional two-story New England “cape”. It functions as a formal, oceanfront, home and has a market value approximating $2 million.
Oceansedge comprises 2 acres, situated absolutely on the ocean shoreline of Hulls Cove. It sits in the lee of the Bar Harbor waterfront, the Porcupine Islands, and, the Cadillac Mountain Range, with the North Atlantic beyond.

“Mount Desert Island is not merely an island; it is a way of life to which one becomes addicted; and if we are permitted in the hereafter to enter that abode where the just are made perfect, let us hope that it may have some resemblance to the Champlain’s Isle des Monts Deserts.”
Samuel Eliot Morrison

Town of Bar Harbor

Bar Harbor is the most popular coastal vacation destination on the East Coast. It has been for one hundred and twenty-five years, since it eclipsed its social rival, Newport, RI. Bar Harbor is the largest community on the 40,000-acre Mount Desert Island.  Importantly, Bar Harbor is also the accomplished and zestful host community to Acadia National Park.

Hulls Cove Neighborhood

Hulls Cove is the most historic and prestigious neighborhood in the Town of Bar Harbor. It always has been. Hulls Cove has had that social distinction since the town was first called Eden, for obvious reasons .  During the past two centuries, owners of homes on Lookout Point Road in Hulls Cove have been associated with familiar names in American high society and in industrial commerce (Penn Central, General Mills, United Fruit, International Harvester).

Lookout Point Road

Lookout Point Road is a private and posted road, not a public thoroughfare.  The road serves an enclave of fifteen oceanfront and ocean-view homes on the one hundred acre peninsula. This private road serves as your entry point to Oceansedge.



En-suite Bathrooms


Oceansedge Guests

Recent guests of Oceansedge have included creators and executive officers of companies and institutions that are household names (e.g., Nike, Facebook, Harvard Medical School and Dana-Farber, Doctors without Borders, publishing houses, Wall Street investment banks, global banks, etc.).  Guests come mainly from the US (equally as to all regions of the US) and from abroad.  Oceansedge is thought to have the highest standing among its 700 competitors in the market area, primarily for its return-guest following. over 100 endorsements provided here in this website attest to the same.


Important information about Oceansedge and its surrounds.


Privacy and Security

Our 1000′ private driveway ensures that our guest’s enjoy safety, privacy, and quiet during their stay.


Actual shoreline frontage on Hulls Cove (versus dangerous cliffs descending to surging currents seen elsewhere), permits kayaking from the beach below the property.

Acadia National Park

The property is just 1 mile from Acadia National Park’s “Reception Center”, the gateway to the 30,000-acre Park, and 50 miles of car-free “carriage roads” (safe and visually magnificent bicycling and hiking).


We have been the vacation rental of choice for discriminating families and executives, from throughout the US and abroad, for 20+ years.

Rental Rates

Our rates vary season by season. A stay at oceansedge can cost between $3,500 and $14,500 depending on when in the year you would like to stay with us.


Oceansedge comfortably serves 10 guests per stay, it comprises of 4 bedrooms, one oversized; and 4.5 en-suite bathrooms.

An Experience, Not Just a Place to Stay

The Oceansedge property on Hulls Cove offers an experience, not just a place to stay, as the testimonials provided here affirm.  Oceansedge in Bar Harbor is considered far and away the best vacation rental property of its kind on the Maine Coast, for these 6 reasons: