Stay and Play with David Jacobson
The Moses True House - 1814
The home was built for Moses True, a grain mill and lumber mill owner who operated out of True’s Pond, just down the road. This house is one of the oldest, and grandest of homes in Montville.
This two-room second floor suite with private entrance, provides an elegant setting in my beautifully restored 1814 Federal-Style home. Wide plank floors and formal staircase lead up to a cozy bedroom with a queen size bed and chaise lounge to the right and a living room/kitchen nook with joining bathroom outfitted with a claw foot tub, pedestal sink to your left. Lovely views of the Mt. Levenseller can be seen from every window. 25 minutes to the coast, all of the shops and attractions that Belfast and Camden have to offer. Hour-and-a-half drive to Acadia National Park makes this an ideal spot to explore the entire mid-coast Maine area. Kayak and swim at Lake St. George State Park, ten minutes. True’s Pond or Steven’s pond just 5 minutes down the road. You are just minutes away fromthe vast network of area trails. Park comfortably in the driveway, steps away from your private entrance.
In case you are looking for more adventures during your stay in Montville, add a glassblowing class to your weekend by contact me directly to set up your studio time! Here is the link to my Airbnb site to book your visit!