"The Distinctive Life" presented by the Distinctive Collection

68 69 bhgrecollection.com | | THE DISTINCTIVE LIFE® Volume 10 LUXURY PROPERTIES This exceptional turn key log home has an ocean view. Featuring custom woodwork, Deer Isle granite counter tops, over 3300 sq ft. of cozy living. It boast multiple living spaces, a large deck and another deck that is between two living quarters. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths $1,200,000 MLS: 1513288 TASHIA PORTER tashiaporter@masiell.com W. (207)667-7557 | M. (207)664-8834 BETTER HOMES AND GARDEN REAL ESTATE THE MASIELLO GROUP 193 Main Street, Ellsworth, ME 04605 70 OWENS WAY, DEER ISLE, ME 04627 Bar Harbor is an incredible town to live in and great place to call home for all ages and lifestyles. Not only is Bar Harbor a leader in top-ranking schools, with it's incredible natural surroundings, the town has an abundance of parks, activities, and culture. Bar Harbor is home to the Acadia National Park. Billed as the "Crown Jewel of the North Atlantic Coast," Acadia is one of the top 10 national parks in terms of annual visitors, welcoming on average 3.5 million guests each year. See something new each trip, thanks to 27 miles of historic roads and 158 miles of hiking trails. Other activities include swimming, boating, and fishing in the summer and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing in the winter. Bar Harbor is also home to the Abbe Museum. The original Abbe Museum opened in 1928 in Acadia National Park, BAR HARBOR, ME featuring exhibits and programs dedicated to honoring the culture of the native Wabanaki people. In 2001, as both interest and collections grew, the museum acquired a second location in downtown Bar Harbor, enabling year-round operation. People of the First Light, the core exhibit in the downtown location, is a breathtaking multimedia, interactive exhibit exploring more than 12,000 years of Wabanaki history. You can also nurture your creative spirit at ArtWaves, a community center with a mission to make visual arts accessible to all. In 2015, local artist Liz Cutler graciously opened her studio to this concept. Just four years later, ArtWaves moved to a 1.75-acre campus to accommodate the growing number of participants. ArtWaves incorporates three studios focused on sculpture, painting, and figure drawing, including online classes. view listing