Serenity and privacy meet architectural mastery. This stunning home and the 6.6-acre riverfront lot it sits on are the epitome of understated affluence. The home's architecture and setting speak to its multiple time periods while also being timeless. A piece of art to be taken in. Strategically redesigned by Philadelphia based architect Maurice Weintraub, the home exudes quality, thoughtful design, and privacy. Unlike the countless houses lining Maine's coast, 72 Vine Street sits at the confluence of two rivers: Salmon Falls and Great Works, making this home truly one-of-a-kind. Built in the late 1700's, remodeled in the mid 1800's, and entirely reimagined in 2006, the home seamlessly combines period details with modern architectural upgrades. Imagine the calm you feel passing through the foyer to the open expansive views of the river via floor to ceiling Arcadia windows. Escape into a full body soak in the primary suite's whirlpool tub surrounded by views of nature while sipping wine from your wine cellar. Spend snowy winter afternoons warming next to the custom-built Rumford fireplace inlaid with Henry Mercer tiles and a mantel sourced from the home's original foundation. Enjoy comfortable evenings in the lower-level theatre after entertaining guests on the patio. Tranquil flowing water, abundant wildlife, and sunsets will take your breath away. Sightings of bald eagles, white tail deer, and other wildlife are common. The surroundings accentuate the property's sense of privacy and dramatically expand the backyard experience while you relax. Have a creative side? Make use of the 1500sqft workshop or repurpose the space to fit your vision. Provide guests an overnight experience in the reconstructed timber framed barn. This beautiful space features original framing, period doors, 2 additional bedrooms, and an enclosed sitting area with lovely views when the upstairs doors are open. Only 80 mins to Boston! Full prop video on YouTube (search 72 Vine St South Berwick).