While we may take it for granted on the southern coast, a lot Maine is remote. And I'm not sure there's a Mainer who minds that. Heck, even the most extroverted person can enjoy the fact that peace and serenity is just a short drive away. It's one of Maine's best qualities.

Now, imagine if you could take that remoteness and add a luxurious lifestyle to it. That's exactly what happened on an area of land in Downeast Maine. And now, that property is on the market.

Located right on the Pennamaquan River in Pembroke is an amazing home in need of new owners. The 10 year-old house is so remote that the closest neighbor is a nature conservancy. I'm pretty sure you can see Canada from the living room. It's as Downeast as you can get.

The property sits on 60 acres and features the 4500 square foot main home, 4 beds, 5.5 baths, bar, office, sun porch, patio, 4,400 feet of water frontage, wine cellar, vaulted ceilings, state-of-the-art kitchen, radiant heat, central air, a 19th Century barn, and all the peace and quiet that one may be looking for.

This home is quite special. To be able to enjoy Maine's incredible nature from the front porch of your luxurious riverfront home sounds like a dream scenario to me. Plus, the neighbors may get loud, but it's a bunch of wildlife. How cool is that?

The asking price for this amazing property is $1.275 million. The home has been listed by Keller Williams Realty. You can see more below.

Luxury Combines With Serenity in this $1.275 Million Pembroke Home

Located in beautiful Downeast Maine, is this 4 bedroom, 5.5 bath, 4,500 square foot property. This home sits on 60 acres, includes a 19th Century barn, and sits right on the Pennamaquan River.

The asking price is $1.275 million. Keller Williams Realty is the listing agent.

The General Stores Of Downeast Maine

These are the long-time general stores that are spread throughout downeast Maine. The stores that your grandparents picked up milk, beer, and that night's dinner at. For years they had been filled with things like fly paper, clothes, beef jerky, and that morning's newspaper. Now, you stop by for that slice of breakfast pizza, a tasty fried chicken sandwich for lunch, gas,and a handful of lottery tickets.


They're an important part of Maine's heritage, and their numbers are starting to dwindle. But we still frequent them to pick up the day's necessities and to keep up on town gossip.


They may not be owned by the original owners, and they may not look the same as they did years and years ago. But that same hometown feeling is there, the minute you set foot on their wooden floors. More than likely the same wooden floors that your grandparents set foot on.