Former Officer’s Quarters on Cushing's Island in Casco Bay

This home is on Cushing’s Island in Casco Bay, a short ferry ride from downtown Portland. This home was built circa 1900 and served as the Officer’s Quarters during World War 1 and 2. Period charm was retained when the interior of the house was completely rebuilt in 1990, with new plumbing, wiring, windows, walls, decks, kitchen and bathrooms. The original fir floors, formal living and dining rooms with built-ins, pocket doors, high ceilings have all been preserved. This gracious house offers four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The large, open kitchen has French doors that lead to a large deck overlooking gardens, stone walls and fields. Walk to the community docks, beaches and tennis courts. Follow walking paths designed by Frederick Law Olmstead throughout the island, enjoying stunning ocean vistas.

  • First Floor
    • Kitchen
      • Stove /Oven
      • Microwave
      • Refrigerator
      • Dishwasher
    • Breakfast area
    • Laundry Room (washer and dryer)
    • Half bath
    • Family Room
    • Living Room
    • Dining Room
  • Second Floor
    • 4 Bedrooms
      • Master - Queen Bed, en suite full bathroom
      • 2 x twin bed
      • 2 x twin bed
      • Queen Bed
    • Full bath

Home is 2,649 square feet and pictures can be viewed here:

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