Located at the entrance to Bucks Harbor, this heart-shaped island offers privacy in an interesting, vibrant location. It provides a quiet retreat only yards from the mainland, together with a premium location for enjoying the harbor's yacht traffic and wildlife.
Planning permission is already in place to construct a simple cabin set back from the water’s edge, whereas a deep water dock and float are already located on the island’s harbor side, tucked into a northern cleft in an extremely sheltered site.
Affording spectacular southerly views of Pumpkin Island Light, the western entrance to Eggemoggin Reach, and Penobscot Bay, the island’s 4800± feet of shorefront include pebble beaches, cobblestones, and bold granite ledges.
The Acadia National Park is only 45 minutes away from the island. Furthermore, a host of attractions can be found in the immediate vicinity of Harbor Island, including a sailing club, art galleries, restaurants and a series of shops.