Seaside Estate Built in 1928 on 14 Acres in Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Location: Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Price: $6,250,000

This magnificent 11-room seaside estate might look like it's been ripped from the English countryside, but it was, in fact, built in 1928 out of smooth indigenous sandstone. The gardens continue the English country motif, with low stone walls to portion the 14-acre property and define the formal pool area. In addition to the spacious main house, the estate features an oceanfront conservatory and a carriage house with guest quarters. Located a short distance from Portland, this aristocratic spread is asking $6,250,000, a princely sum by local standards.

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