Clapboard Island is an astounding New England property off the coast of Casco Bay. This secluded private oasis is worlds away, yet surprisingly close to the mainland town of Falmouth, a mere five-minute commute away, and the excitement of Portland a bit farther away. Little Clapboard Island becomes reachable via a sandbar at low tide, presenting idyllic opportunities for picnicking and swimming. Gorgeous coastal views abound, framed by towering pines dotted with osprey, eagles, and shorebirds.
The spectacular home on Clapboard Island, built by a Philadelphia philanthropist more than 120 years ago, has undergone extensive restoration, propelling this home into a new era of luxury living. Expansive mahogany decks, teak outdoor furniture, all-new high-end appliances, and spectacular bathroom updates curate a lighter and brighter coastal interior while retaining the charm and authenticity of the original home. The newly renovated Clapboard Island can comfortably sleep up to sixteen guests, with additional lodging options available in a quaint antique farmhouse. Presenting the epitome of New England luxury living, this stately residence shares the prestige of its most illustrious visitors, including U.S presidents.
Curating an otherworldy coastal living experience, the Island spans 22 pristine acres, entailing hiking trails, five swimming beaches, and a helicopter landing area. An additional deep-water pier, dock, and mooring system beckon nautical adventure. This property is adjoined to a larger Island spanning 40 acres, with pristine terrain designated as a conservation area, replete with stunning coastal scenes, woodlands, marine and aviary life.
Every detail of your stay has been meticulously considered; each luxury home has a dedicated on-site team, including a steward, housekeeping staff, and field manager.
To further elevate your stay, we offer additional services that include an on-site chef, pre-arranged chartered flights and yachts, access to exclusive establishments and events, and tailored experience packages.