Four hundred feet of oceanfront beach and nine acres practically intown Lubec. Are you kidding me? This is a rare opportunity. Period. This charming and eclectic farmhouse - set in a wonderland of flora and fauna - has a new metal roof with cedar shingle siding. The first floor has a large entry mudroom/pantry/laundry, a comfortable living room and a large office that could be a first floor bedroom next to a full bath. The dining room overlooks acreage teeming with birds, squirrels and delicate, fragrant white roses . The second floor has three large bedrooms and a full bath. There is a shaded porch off the rear of the house to tuck in from the afternoon sun and another bonus: a rooftop deck that rivals any. No need for air conditioning here. Just gorgeous ocean views and salty breezes. The property boasts a ring of softwood trees to protect it from the wind that can be recognized easily from Google Earth. A path to the water called Lilac Lane is flanked by several varieties of blooms. The property has apple trees, rhododendrons, and other perennial flowers. It even has a patch of humongous wild strawberries plus raspberries, patches of wild blueberries, and an entire one side of the driveway in blackberries! The property looks southeast out across Mowry Beach, a 1-mile sand beach on the Lubec Channel. From the deck you can see the Sparkplug and Grand Manan Island, Canada. Downtown Lubec, the easternmost town in the United States and gateway to Campobello Island, New Brunswick, is under a mile from the property. Walk to eateries, shops and the country's easternmost brewery and know that hiking trails, kayak launches and the best of the Bold Coast sit right at your doorstep!