Truly a spectacular holding, this Isle au Haut property has been loved and celebrated by one family for multiple generations. This unusually large parcel offers elevated building sites on striking granite promontories, peaceful woodland forests covered with lush mosses and boulder beaches. Huge, interesting rock formations were carved or left behind by receding glaciers. The property enjoys westerly views of the Isle au Haut lighthouse, the Isle au Haut Thorofare on Penobscot Bay, and the open Atlantic Ocean. Located just south of the Isle Au Haut lighthouse, the property consists of 111+/- acres with 3,720+/- ft of undulating waterfront, and is currently designated as 'Open Space'; an incredible opportunity for a private kingdom property on a picturesque island on the rugged coast of Maine. Regular ferry service operates from Stonington to this quiet archipelago of Penobscot Bay. Eighty years ago, this family donated the 3000 acres that make up Acadia National Park on Isle Au Haut but kept this parcel as their favorite.