Timeless Days

A small proud home since the 1870’s on the Port Clyde waterfront near Raspberry Island looks out on lobster boats at anchor and traditional working waterfront activities. About a 5 minute stroll along winding Horse Point Road takes you to the quaint village general store, post office and ice cream store.

Purchased by Linda Bean as her own residence for several years, the modest home offers an outstanding deep water dock with seasonal landing float. Perfect for up to 40 foot boat, plus a secondary dock for kayak storage.

Furnishings are Stickley mission style in both living room and waterfront bedroom. All 5 rooms and bath upstairs have a view of the sea except the north facing twin bedroom, which features office hookups and long desktop appropriate for two people. Stacked washer and dryer upstairs for convenience, also clothes line for sunshine fresh sheets and towels. Another small building down the hill for afternoon thinking and late day cocktails provides splendid views of the sunsets from this location.

On a typical Port Clyde postage stamp lot with an old fashioned one-car garage at top of hill near the road. Kitchen herb garden with strawberries. Deck for outdoor grilling and relaxation. Indoor heat for cool evenings and year-round living. 1950’s kitchen has not been touched with upgrades, original linoleum floor, and no dishwasher. Life the old fashioned way. Former sunporch is now the dining room with window seat overlooking the grandest view in Port Clyde. Tiled fireplace designed by Linda, who named this location Timeless Days.


  • Deep-water frontage fisherman's cottage
  • 2 bedrooms, sleeps up to 4 and 1 bath
  • Private dock with attached float, small garden, boathouse, beautiful deck and balcony and fun 50's style kitchen
  • Walking distance to Port Clyde Village