Beautiful home just a 10 min drive from the historic village of Deer Isle, on Sunshine Island. This 1900s home has been totally revitalized for 2023 living. The current owner has meticulously renovated the house from top to bottom! Taken to the studs, but with the home's soul considered. The structure was reinforced, new basement concrete floor, all new insulation including interior walls for efficiency and soundproofing, two new dustpan dormers added to the second floor which significantly increases the space with a beautiful cathedral ceiling. All new sheetrock and trim professionally painted. New roof system over the western wing structured with a future roof deck in mind. All new insulated windows with a focus on maximizing light, as well as privacy, with utilization of the southern exposure for passive solar. All new plumbing, heat pumps and electrical. Touches of the original home throughout! Salvaged wood was used for a gorgeous accent wall in the first floor bedroom, as trim for the railings and upstairs pony wall. New composite flooring on the main floor and the original wood floors freshly painted on the second floor. All new bathroom with new stackable washer and dryer. New European-style efficient appliances. The living area has a new Vermont Casting wood stove with a custom granite base. Beautiful situated lot, with ample road frontage. The grounds were also reclaimed to discover 10 apple trees, professionally pruned. The bio-diverse lot includes a variety of berries, valerian, lilac, and juniper. With some additional trimming views of the ocean from the second floor can be reclaimed. The island has its own micro-climate, often sunny when other parts of Deer Isle are not, hence the name! Constant ocean air since it's just down the road! Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is less than a mile away. The history of the home is very rich! One of the original owners was a lobsterman and the subject of EB White's 1954 narrated video ''A Maine Lobsterman''
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