A Waterfront Maine Cottage Steeped in Bayside History One of Bayside's classic cottages that dates back to the late 1800s, this simple and sweet historic cottage was once a bakery and a restaurant, and now it could be yours for an epic Bayside vacation. Located right on Broadway between Ruggles Park and Bayview Park, you're in the middle of all the action Bayside has to offer. Your vacation could go from swimming to sailing to beachcombing to slowing down and taking in the view from the unobstructed waterfront porch. This is an excellent piece of Bayside history that we are thrilled to share with Bayside lovers. Memories are made here. Features & Floorplan As you enter the cottage, you walk into a lovely sitting area that's a great play space for children, a comfortable room in which to finish that summer novel on a cozy rainy day, or a spot to do a little television viewing if you must. There are plenty of windows to bring in the light and that unforgettable Maine salt air. The first floor has a kitchen and a dining area with seating for six. The kitchen is well equipped to make delicious summer meals to eat inside or on the porch. The living room has comfortable furniture with high ceilings, light colored walls, and decorationsto remind you that you're at the seaside. A monitor heater sits off to the side and does a lovely job warming the cottage if the evenings get cool. The charming details of this historic cottage will steal your heart. There is a surprisingly grand staircase to lead you the second floor. At the top of the stairs there is a bathroom with a standing shower, toilet and sink and diagonally across the hall is a second bathroom with a small claw foot tub, toilet and sink. The queen bedroom is thoughtfully set to overlook the ocean. The view cannot be beat lying in bed to watch the sun come up in the morning. The remaining two double bedrooms are located at the end of the hallway. The porch is located just off the living room and offers plenty of comfortable seating to soak in the view of the Penobscot Bay, Islesboro, and even the Ruggles Park dock activities. You have direct access to the beach from this property, which is a coveted amenity. Amenities Sleeps 6, Maximum occupancy 6 3 Bedroom, 2nd floor 1 Queen, 2 fulls, 2 Bathroom, 2nd floor one bath with a small claw food tub the other with a standing shower Parking for one vehicle in front the of the cottage, space for another car can be found nearby WIFI, satellite TV Charcoal grill Washer/dryer Monitor heater Porch $1895/week, $1295 off-season, add 9% Maine tax + garbage fee, see our policies No pets, no smoking.