A writer's 1803 home in sweet Rockland neighborhood is a 10-minute walk to downtown and the waterfront. Renovation has given the rooms renewed life, with fresh paint, cottaged furniture, new beds, and crisp linens. Ocean sparkles at end of street.
This writer's 1803 home in lovely Rockland neighborhood is a leisurely 10-minute walk to downtown and the waterfront.
Thoughtful renovations have given the rooms renewed life, with fresh paint on the walls and floors, cottaged furniture, and new beds with crisp linens. The charming space offers a first floor kitchen stocked with cooking equipment and tableware, two separate dining areas, a living room with inviting furniture, and a utility closet with washer/dryer combo. The second floor has a master bedroom with queen bed, an upstairs parlor/bedroom with a full bed and sitting area, and a simple bathroom. A flagstone patio and lawns invite outdoor relaxation.
The ocean sparkles at the end of this quiet block, and Prosehaven's off-street parking area offers the perfect spot to leave the car after a day exploring midcoast. Stroll downtown and discover Rockland's museums, restaurants, marina, quirky shops, festivals, boardwalk, and nightlife.
Strong wifi, smart tv, and even smarter books available, and please do browse the bookshelves.
Best for adults who appreciate historic buildings, don't mind stairs, and favor the idiosyncratic. Writers and artists find Prosehaven a perfect and productive home for creative work. Readers and others in search of real relaxation never want to leave.
Sorry, no pets.
More pictures and kind reviews available at website named after rental.
Entire apartment, yard.
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Owner delighted to correspond via email in advance and answer questions onsite whenever possible. Property manager also available.
This in-town apartment is in a lovely residential neighborhood, so please keep noise level down.
No smoking; no pets.
Please note that a 9% hotel tax will be added to reservation cost.
Mystery writer and publishing media wrangler.
I've lived in New York City, Montana, Massachusetts, and northern California. Then I discovered Maine. I've never loved a place more.
I write mysteries, and I read far too much fiction.