A spectacular example of classic post and beam design, Eastern Watch is a custom built New England shingle styled home located just outside of downtown Bar Harbor, Maine. Ideally situated along Sols Cliff, this home offers sweeping, dramatic views of Frenchman Bay and the Atlantic Ocean from atop a 150-foot cliff face. While on the 130-foot long two-tiered outdoor terrace – which features an outdoor kitchen – you can see the Porcupine Islands, the Thrumcap and even the Egg Rock Island lighthouse. In the spring, summer and autumn months, cruise ships pass directly by Eastern Watch in the morning and evenings as they make port in Bar Harbor for the day and, all the while, lobster boats make busy tending their lobster traps in the bay. The property is located adjacent to Acadia National Park via the Schooner Head Road, affording easy access to both town and the park in less than five minutes drive. Featuring a three-story granite fireplace, wine cellar, gym, library and a carriage house, this summer home offers an unparalleled New England experience.