Originally built in the early 1930's as a chicken coop. Years later it was then used for building a few small boats so they could be pushed out the side and into the water. After falling into extreme disrepair and with new ownership, the rebuilding process began. The entire structure from the foundation up was redone. Any wood that was salvageable was reused in making the cabinets, built-ins and farm table. The interior features a mix of modern and rustic--from the moose antler chandelier to the 50" wide screen plasma tv and speakers built into the wall over and around the fireplace. The eastern and southern walls are lined with windows.
Some unique features are:
→ The queen sized bed faces south with a view of the harbor and Atlantic ocean beyond.
→ Tiled bathroom and shower, original pedestal sink.
→ Kitchen with stainless fridge, range and microwave, and granite counters
→ North wall features a rock faced wood burning fireplace surrounded by built-ins featuring an entertainment center, surround sound speakers, bluray, cd player, desk and more.
→ Upper motorized windows with a control pad that automatically close in case of rain. On the warm summer days having both level windows open creates a mild current of air that keeps the cottage cool.
→ Bluestone floors, washer/dryer and a 12' farm table.