The Hinckley Point peninsula is located in the quaint coastal area of Downeast Maine. Extensive shore frontage formed by the Dennys and Hardscrabble Rivers flowing into Dennys and Whiting Bay allowing navigable waters for kayaking, boating, clamming, lobstering, and exploring. Steeped with history and formerly owned by the Maine Sardine Council as a clubhouse of yesteryear, Hinckley Point has been transformed into a residential dwelling with character, privacy, and serenity offering 47+- acres with the shore frontage. Nestled on a knoll overlooking the rolling fields to the shorefront offering pegged oak flooring, open beamed cathedral ceiling, a balcony created with ships railings, interior and exterior fieldstone fireplace add to the character of the property. A commercial size kitchen, a great room, living room, master bedroom, plus large office space complete the first level with two bedrooms and a bath on the second level. A massive concrete basement supports the structure with lots of space for storage. The property also has a producing cranberry bog with a barn/work shop by the pond and the cranberry bog. Hinckley Point would be a great family compound, a private home, corporate retreat, development potential as a condominium retirement community, private residences or recreational vehicle campground. Hinckley Point, a hidden gem, has endless possibilities in coastal Downeast Maine.
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