Bridge House in Boothbay Harbor | House for Sale
After sitting for a while on one of those luxurious leather sofas until the rain stopped, enjoying Allan’s coffee, we went outside to the spacious deck and sat some more on one of several Adirondack chairs. A walkway leads from there down to a deepwater dock and float, to which was tied a beautiful 23-foot elliptical-stern launch and a 14-foot fiberglass rowboat. For sale? “Sure,” Allan said, but he made it plain that his 30-foot Rhodes wooden sloop, named Trivet—built in 1930 but totally redone by him—moored just off the dock, wasn’t for sale. During the summer months, he said, he and Pam spend quite a lot of time sailing the Trivet around the area.People often ask us whether, in all our years of moseying around New England looking for interesting properties, we’re ever tempted to buy one of them ourselves. Our answer: Yes! And the Bridge House was definitely one of them. But, of course, we didn’t. However, maybe the new owners would consider renting it to us for a couple of weeks this coming summer? Please?
For details, contact Allan Miller or Pam Burke at 18 Sunset Rock Road, East Boothbay, ME 04544. 207-841-6009; firstname.lastname@example.org
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