Provided here is a brief discussion of the locational factors relating to Oceansedge, a definitely oceanfront luxury vacation rental property serving distinguished guests for over 25 years.
A far more comprehensive discussion, plus more than 40 related photos, is available at the link at the foot of this page.
1. Oceansedge and Lookout Point
Oceansedge, a single-family home, is located on a private road in a 50-acre private enclave on the Lookout Point peninsula.
That enclave is considered the most prestigious residential neighborhood in Bar Harbor.
A dozen oceanfront homes are located there on the private and posted Lookout Point Road.
Lookout Point is situated on the south-facing oceanfront shore of Hulls Cove in Bar Harbor’s historic community of the same name, Hulls Cove.
2. Hulls Cove (Eden)
The Hulls Cove community (originally Eden) enjoys 250 years of remarkable history as the catalyst for the creation of Bar Harbor, the nation’s foremost resort, a gathering place for the makers of American history in the era between the end of the Civil War and the beginning of WWI, the Gilded Age.
3. Oceanfront features
Oceansedge’s oceanfront location offers, among other benefits:
- i. a definitely on-the-ocean location
- ii. easy and safe access to water uses (e.g., kayaking)
- iii. panoramic ocean views of the Cadillac Mountain range, the Town’s waterfront, and the Porcupine Islands with the North Atlantic beyond
- iv. the privacy and exclusivity of Lookout Point Road and Lookout Point
- v. proximity (1 mile, bicycle distance) to the Hulls Cove Reception Center for Acadia National Park: 30,000 acres of incomparable surroundings and unlimited athletic opportunities (e.g., bicycling on 50 miles of “Carriage Roads” devoid of cars, hiking, jogging, mountain climbing, fishing, swimming, opportunities for photography, etc.)
Here is that link which leads to that far more thorough discussion of locational factors pertinent to Oceansedge and its abiding relationship with Hulls Cove, Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island, and Acadia National Park, plus more than 40 related and indexed photographs: Location