PHIPPSBURG – From the farmer’s porch of this immaculate, custom, single-level home at Sebasco Harbor Resort, you look directly out across the lawn and a gorgeous, deep perennial bed out to the ninth fairway. Golf, clay-court tennis, a saltwater pool, two fine restaurants, and yes, a dock are all pretty much at your doorstep.

But even if you don’t choose a golf or a “cottager club” membership, life is sweet year-round in the oceanfront enclave, and this three-bedroom, one-owner home built in 2002 is the perfect place to enjoy it.

Grey-shingled just as a Maine coastal property should be, the home is primarily open-concept in design. The living room features a corner, floor-to-ceiling stone, wood-burning fireplace, and flows into the formal dining room. Down the hall past a full bath with soaking tub are two good-sized bedrooms, back and front.

The skylit kitchen is a stunner, its honed granite surfaces including both an island and a desk, its cabinetry a lovely birch; appliances are stainless-and-black. Stacked laundry is in an enclosure near the entrance to the garage. Off the breakfast nook is a screened porch with skylights in its paneled ceiling.

The master suite includes a large, front bedroom; a very deep walk-in closet, and a spacious, beautifully tiled bath that will spoil you, with its deep, jetted tub, and glass shower enclosure.

A delightful, gently babbling lily pond is but one highlight of the private, two-acre, garden-rich lot, on which it may be possible to build a second dwelling.

Amenities include central air, central vac, and whole-house generator. The basement, full but low-ceilinged, has a workshop and provides plenty of storage, which is also available via pulldown above the oversized, two-vehicle garage.

The 1,680-square-foot home at 7 Round Cove Lane, Phippsburg, is listed for sale at $445,000 by Kim Latour of Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty (Brunswick office).

For more information or to arrange a private viewing, please contact Kim at 729-2820, 687-9663, or at [email protected].

Produced by the Marketing Department of the Portland Press Herald, the Friday feature home is provided at no cost.

Photos by Kate Sfeir,

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