Kirstie Alley’s Maine Cottage

When Kirstie Alley does a cottage she goes all out.

Her cottage is for sale for a mere $2,350,000. Really, that doesn’t sound too bad for 16 acres on the water.

The listing from Sotheby’s says:

Beautiful Cottage nestled ona private 16 acres with gorgeous oceanfront on pretty Islesboro Island.Take the ferry in Lincolnville for a short 20 minute ride across the Bay, youwill find yourself breathing differently. Built in 1993 you have the beauty ofnew and the charm of yesteryear. A year round paradise with cozy nooks,fireplaces, and sunshine galore. A family retreat that will give an otherwisehectic life some peace and tranquility. A place to live simply and simply live!

image via Trulia

It’s a cottage with 3,140 square feet–not big at all.

 Do you have cottage overload yet?
This is the only dining room pictured. Does it seem too small for a house that has 10 parking spaces?
There are 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 1 partial bath.
This must be one of the family guest rooms.

Another guest room.

 The loft overlooking the living room, I presume.

I absolutely love the lot and the exterior.
This porch is to die for.

 All images via Trulia.

Wouldn’t it be great to visit for a long weekend?

Later,

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7 Responses to Kirstie Alley’s Maine Cottage

  1. Mimi says:

    I love it! I have always wanted to live in Maine. A 16 acre property would be perfect.

  2. labbie1 says:

    Okay. I like it! I love the way that it was built with the setting in mind to look like an old cabin. I like the entry–the dock and well, everything–except the chandeliers! The ones in the pictures would have to go except for the kitchen for my taste. I like the kitchen a LOT–except that I would not have chosen that particular sink. I think perhaps a copper or some other metal or a white sink would fit better with the other more vintage looking appliances and such.

    I think you are right about the table inside, but there is more than adequate seating outside on the porches and decks I think. Perhaps that was the thought. Get the food and go out to enjoy the view. Even gave you a fireplace to huddle around on the porch if it was nippy! Nice!

  3. Pink Overalls @DIY Home Staging says:

    Too cute, literally.

  4. Whitney H says:

    A little too over the top and I love shabby chic…I guess I'm a little more Country shabby :)

  5. The Junkinista says:

    I don't think I could get past all the pink! I think it's a bit over the top!

  6. from me to thee......... says:

    LOVE this home inside and out!!!!! I would want to buy it with all the trimmings…..

  7. Terry says:

    I not totally 100% on this "year round paradise" thing. Isn't it, like, in Maine or something?

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