Aspinwall is an idyllic island retreat located a short boat ride from the mainland that has been fully updated to modern standards with internet connectivity, Wi-Fi and full electric service. The private estate has stunning views looking over Flying Passage out to Muscongus Bay, 113± acres and over 5,500± feet of shorefront; and the historic main house has been carefully renovated and restored by the current owners into a charming retreat that combines period character with the comfort and convenience of a modern residence. The landscape consists of old-woods roads through beautiful mature forest, a hidden meadow, and the varied shorefront includes bold granite ledge, a private sand beach and tranquil coves. A classic barn with a year-round one-bedroom apartment above a two-bay garage/workshop, two historic cabins, several additional outbuildings and a substantial dock and loading wharf complete this turnkey island estate.
The main house was built in 1917 by John Aspinwall, a successful businessman from New York. During Aspinwall’s stewardship, the residence served as an elegant seasonal retreat where Aspinwall and his family spent their summers hunting, fishing and entertaining. When he died in 1949, the house became a lodge for tourists and was in a state of semi-disrepair when the current owners purchased the property and embarked on a years-long renovation. Bremen Long island is approximately 2.5± miles long and 1± mile wide and includes open fields, unspoiled woodlands, tidal coves, bold rocky shores and old carriage trails. The island was first settled in the mid-1800s by boat builders, fishermen, and dairy farmers and today it is home to about 25 seasonal residences: a like-minded community who cherish the island’s natural beauty and seclusion enhanced by wilderness preserve.
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