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Could you imagine living on an island where you call a national park your neighbor? Well, that would be reality if you lived in the beautiful town of Bar Harbor.

Located on Mount Desert Island, Bar Harbor is a small town known for being a travel destination. A good reason for that is its proximity to Acadia National Park, which is its neighbor.

Bar Harbor may be quite the bustling community most of the year, but it still has its hamlets of privacy. One of those is a new home on the market that mixes modern architecture with the beautiful landscape it sits on.

Located on Strawberry Hill Rd about a mile from the center of town is a luxurious home that needs new owners. The 6 bedroom, 5.5 bath home features an open concept living area, game room, state-of-the-art kitchen, incredible balconies, and unique architectural features.

What's truly unique is the amazing sunrise you are able to witness from the home. Imagine being able to watch the sun come over Frenchman's Bay horizon every day. That might be the best selling point.

The property sits on just over 5 acres, so there's a good level of privacy, even with it being so close to the center of Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.

This incredible home has been listed for $2.5 million. If you would like more information on the home, you can contact Steve Shelton from Better Homes and Gardens - The Masiello Group.

Modern Bar Harbor Home with Stunning Views

Your Coastal Maine dream home awaits you in Bar Harbor. This 6 bedroom, 5.5 bath home sits on over 5 acres of property, and has views of both Frenchman's Bay, and Maine's incredible hilly landscape.

The home is on the market for $2.5 million. It's listed by Steve Shelton from Better Homes and Gardens - The Masiello Group

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