Sealight, built in the timeless architectural style of the Bar Harbor summer cottage, is a classic Maine waterfront estate nestled on the postcardy shorefront of Sullivan Harbor. The elegant oceanfront home, designed in 1889 by renowned architect Jarvis Hunt—considered one of the most important architects of the late 19th Century—offers stunning views of the mountains of Acadia and Frenchman’s Bay. Highlights include a masterfully rebuilt and enlarged open kitchen with Wolf and Subzero appliances, granite countertops, and an adjoining family room with original fireplace, six charming bedrooms, and seven fireplaces. There is plenty of room for family and guests to spread out and enjoy the 2.45-acre manicured lot with 255 feet of direct Frenchman Bay/Sullivan Harbor waterfront and the wonderful private beach with 166-foot-long granite and concrete pier and floating dock. Sealight offers sensational water and mountain views from every room in the house. A large four-bay garage/barn supplements the home.