Though it is a short distance from Kennebunk’s Four Corners and Lower Village, this custom-designed home with Italian tile, marble and stone finishes is nestled into the rich, natural spaces that define the Maine coast.

Admirals Way ends in a small, cul-de-sac community within the 24-acre Madelyn Marx Preserve, which is traversed by the breath-taking Bridle Path trail. Cycle, roll or walk down the sidewalks to Sea Rd. then to Beach Ave. and onto Mother’s and Gooch’s Beaches, the Webhannet Golf Course, Edgecomb Tennis Club and the KBIA youth programs.

The window-lined home faces south, gathering natural light all year. Cream, sage and terra cotta tones in the imported finishes are soothing and inviting. Vaulted ceilings and grand archways bring together the open kitchen-living-dining area, which has a gas fireplace flanked by sliding doors to the back deck.

In one wing are two ensuite primary bedrooms, both with French doors to let in the coastal air. Across the home in the other wing is an upstairs-downstairs, bedroom and office with a balcony overlooking the back yard. A full basement, partially finished, completes the home.

Morning hikers and kayakers catch incredible sunrises and bird activity along this coast. For the residents of this home, it’s all right outside their door.

15 Admirals Way is listed by Andi Robinson, Vice President, and M. Elaine Prendergast, Senior Vice President, of Legacy Properties, Sotheby’s International Realty. Please contact Andi at (207) 604-2479; [email protected] or Elaine at (207) 604-0449; [email protected] to arrange a private showing.