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​"Eboleth House, located in Sargentville, is named after the original family that lived there during the turn of the century. The current owners' family purchased the property in 1932 and have lovingly restored and updated it. Eboleth has 4 bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms and sits in a field overlooking Eggemoggin Reach and the Sedgwick/Deer Isle bridge. Relax on the wrap-around porch enjoying the view of the bridge and meadow that was once an apple orchard. A short walk through the field leads to new stairs leading down to the private beach overlooking the Deer Isle Bridge and the beautiful sailing lanes of Eggemoggin Reach. The main floor includes the living area with comfortable seating and the dining area that seats 8. The kitchen is spacious and has the original handmade table and chairs. There is also a half bath that includes a new stackable washer/dryer. Like many of the old farm houses in the area there is a back set of stairs as well as the main stairs leading to the second floor. The main spiral stairs are made of very sturdy, unique tree branches and built by the owners' father, a master craftsman. They lead to 4 cozy bedrooms, each with a full bed and comfortable mattress. There are 4 additional cots available. While the fireplace is no longer used the rooms are individually heated in case of chilly mornings or evenings and an air conditioner is available. The spacious kitchen includes everything needed for cooking family meals. Enjoy Internet access, Eboleth House is in a central location for families to stay while visiting Deer Isle and area towns. About an hour from Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, guests can enjoy a visit to the busy tourist areas of Mount Desert Island and then return to the peace and quiet of Sargentville for quiet and carefree evenings. Pets are welcomed with prior approval."

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