In Maine‘s Penobscot Bay sits Nautilus Island, a private 37 acre island that has remained under the protection of one family for more than 130 years. The property includes a six-bedroom main residence, with stone piazza and pool overlooking the bay. The island has its own vineyard, a two-bedroom farmhouse, and a guest cottage that is located at the edge of the island’s protected harbor with a pier and moorings. If you are going to be on your own island you might want your own bar– the boat house has been converted into a gathering spot with a kitchen, bar, and stone fireplace for family gatherings. The property also has perennial gardens, tennis court, a barn for storage, and lighted walking paths. The $10.6 million list price includes most furnishings, ground equipment, and a 23′ boat.
reprinted from Luxist.com
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