An Idyllic Residential Enclave
Acres of Open Space
Magnificent residential enclave on Islesboro in Penobscot Bay
Northeast Point is a proposed 76-acre residential enclave that encompasses an idyllic peninsula on Islesboro, an island located approximately three miles off the coast of Lincolnville in the Penobscot Bay. The peninsula boasts approximately 6,900 feet of oceanfront, a protected cove, deep-water dock and breathtaking views of Cape Rosier. Currently, there is one estate home on the property.
Northeast Point Offers 12 secluded, oceanfront homesites
Northeast Point is entitled to be subdivided into a maximum of 12 oceanfront homesites, ranging from 1.9 to 7.2 acres. The approved plan also calls for 26 acres of shared forested open space.
The 14-mile-long island of Islesboro has been a popular summer retreat for East Coast vacationers since the turn of the 20th century. The island has about 1,200 summer residents (including 600 year-round residents), and a state-of-the art community center, clinic and a newly renovated K-12 magnet school that even attracts children from the mainland.
The school builds on traditional values that have made Islesboro such a vibrant island community: self-reliance, civic-mindedness, neighbor-helping-neighbor, ingenuity, conservation and stewardship.
Islesboro is known for its picturesque nature trails through marsh, shore, woodlands and fern, stunning 19th century summer mansions, golf, tennis, and cultural arts.