330 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage Overlooking Blue Hill Bay
This "330 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage Overlooking Blue Hill Bay," is the perfect family cottage for family vacations. The cottage has been in the owners family for three generations, providing a very special place to spend vacations through the years.
This 330 square foot tiny cottage is located in Blue Hill Bay, Maine. The little cottage is the perfect example of a tiny house vacation. Itís one of only three cottages on the familyís property overlooking Blue Hill Bay and itís just minutes from Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor in Maine. This cozy cottage is great for a couple or single person seeking a quiet getaway while enjoying all the benefits the area has to offer. It is 330 square feet inside and has one bedroom with a queen-sized bed. It also has a fully equipped kitchen, private bath with walk in shower, cable television, wi-fi, an outdoor gas grill, picnic table, all linens, and more. This tiny cottage is surrounded by beautiful water views, and trees.
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