This 6.4+ acre Penobscot Bayfront compound of forested, bold coastline on the slopes of the second highest point on Islesboro -Abrams Mountain, is home to a recently custom-built, reproduction early New England extended cape mirroring that of century old coastal Maine dwellings. The kitchen and dining rooms invite guests to sit by the Birmingham 36'' open hearth fireplace overlooking the southeasterly spruce-dotted water views and deck that enjoys the Hartley botanic greenhouse. New and reclaimed wood floors, wainscoted painted wood paneling, a second living room fireplace and marble tiled baths are just teasers to the innumerable features in this distinctive home with a first-floor master suite. Underground power and broadband keep you connected and stay true to the island's esthetic. The independent guest house welcomes daily sunrises streaming over the expanse of the waterside decks into the intimately designed light-filled rooms above the multi-bay garage. The more recently built garden shed makes maintaining the gardens easy and enjoyable. Much of the landscape is centered on self-care plantings including natives mixed with compatible cherry, pear, apple, peach and other fruits, blueberries with forest shrubs and ferns and hardy Maine perennials mixed within the naturalized rock and wooded surroundings. The room and bath count includes the guest space above the garage. This meticulously built, intensely cared for and distinctive property characterizes Maine living on Islesboro; an island community that takes guardianship of its private life-style with earnest and is accessible by a twenty-minute ferry ride from the main land.