Typical 1860s New England house on a tiny street in a coastal town in Maine.

Typical 1860s New England house on a tiny street in a coastal town in Maine.


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3 chambres
Couchages 6
2 salles de bain
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Our house is a large frame house on a very old street with lots of other old houses on it. We have a private courtyard with a play house, a hammock, and an outdoor seating area with a firepit. The house has a newly renovated kitchen with a pro stove, for those who love to cook. There is a very comfortable living room and downstairs bedroom and a new bathroom with a large shower. We have not yet renovated the upstairs but it is perfectly comfortable, with two large bedrooms upstairs, one for a child, and a full bathroom. There are also laundry facilities upstairs. We have two adult bicylces and one child's bike.

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  1. We are Amy, Michael and Lily (and Isabel, the labrador). Amy is a high school English teacher and Michael is a writer (Check out From Here You Can't See Paris or Families of the Vine--Michael's latest.)and Lily is a 4th grader who speaks French, thanks to a year we spent in the Lot while Michael was writing about a restaurant there. We love to travel and we have house swapped successfully before. We live for great food and great books. We lived in New York for ten years and loved it--but we love small town life by the ocean, too.





Our 3-story house is on a quiet little street in the historic district of a college town. We are one block away from a little theatre, artsy cinema, restaurants, and shops in the village of Brunswick. The town is a typical Maine coastal town, with a main street and a town common with a farmer's market twice a week in the summer. Ourlittle neighborhood is very friendly; we all know each other. You can walk up to Bowdoin College and go to a concert at the Music Festival or attend a show at the Maine State Music Theatre. We are three miles from the ocean, and the more glamourous beaches are only 20 minutes away. Excellent hiking and antiquing. We are 30 minutes by car from Portland, which has a lot of more urban things to do. (Great museums and restaurants--We go there for dinner a lot.)Boston is two hours away, and you can take the train for a day trip.

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