Accessible Island Living

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Hupper Island, a 400 acre privately owned island, is centered in the harbor of the charming fishing town of Port Clyde. 8 Hupper Island, with it’s spacious dock and harborfront location, offers the ideal combination of island living and mainland convenience.

 Thoughtfully renovated by AD100 architects Ike, Kligerman, Barkley & Associates, the 2-acre property encompasses a main house with 3-4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, an adjacent guest house with 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, a private dock, hot tub, and more.

Offered fully furnished and turnkey if preferred.

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Relaxed yet gracious.

8 Hupper Island has all the modern comforts you would expect - without losing the feel of an island getaway: High-speed internet, telephone, electricity, and fully irrigated landscaping.

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tidal beach

The deck overlooks a private beach accessed by custom stone steps.

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Private dock

Room for 2-3 boats, includes kayak and paddleboard racks and launching platform.

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Hot tub

Private but with stunning views of harbor and gardens by day, and stars at night.

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Sweeping Lawns

Professionally designed and fully irrigated gardens and stonescapes.

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Entry Garden

Butterflies and hummingbirds greet you. Thoughtfully designed garden and path lighting throughout the property.

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Terraces for gathering

Surrounded by flowers and blueberries by day and a perfect spot to enjoy the firepit and s’mores by night.

Guest Cottage

Visitors enjoy their own comfy quarters connected to the main house by the surrounding deck. The 2 story cottage features 2 bedrooms 1 and 1/2 baths, kitchenette. wood stove and dining nook. Can sleep 6 adults and room for a crib.

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Floorplans

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8 Hupper Island is just a stone’s throw or paddleboard ride across the working harbor to the charming village of Port Clyde. Summer folk and working lobster and fishermen mingle at the local restaurants, cafe’s and General Store.

 

 
 
The view of Port Clyde Harbor from the deck - always changing…

The view of Port Clyde Harbor from the deck - always changing…

The Marshall Point Lighthouse

The Marshall Point Lighthouse