3BR Executive Rental on ExclusiveScarborough Beach

Executive Stay Home on an undeveloped beach, a jewel among beaches
Executive Stay Home on an undeveloped beach, a jewel among beachesPrivate Path to BeachUndeveloped Scarborough Beach Over A Mile LongRocks at the End of the Beach Great for FishingThis could be you!
1 Review

From $314 / night

4 Kirkwood Circle, Scarborough, ME 04074
3BR Executive Rental on ExclusiveScarborough Beach
3 bedrooms
6 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $325
Per week: $2,200 - $4,200
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Scarborough vacation home rental
Furnished, well-appointed executive home on exclusive Scarborough Beach for vacation or executive stays. Sleeps 6. Scarborough Beach is a one-minute walk from the home down a path lined with bushes that flower in the summer. The beach is unique among southern Maine's sandy beaches; it is over a mile long and is free of development. Save one house in over a mile, there are no homes situated directly on the beach dunes. The beach and area are outstanding for swimming, walking, surfing, and boating. There are spectacular views of Stratton Island, Shooting Rocks, and Black Point.

The layout of the home is 3 BRs and 2BAs. There is a dining room, living room, family room, large study/game room, and large sun room and open deck overlooking the ocean.

Valerie Lee

Area Information
The home is 20 minutes from Portland Jetport and Portland, and less than 2 hours from Boston. Activities in the area include the Old Port Area of Portland, which is known for its crafts, art and antique shops and good restaurants. Excellent public golf courses and tennis courts are nearby. For Winslow Homer aficionados, Homer's studio is a 15-minute bike ride away at Black Point. The Portland Museum of Art has an excellent Homer exhibit as well as other well-known Maine artists. The twin lighthouses at Two Lights State Park, sought by artists and visitors, and a national bird sanctuary are biking distance.

About the owner

Owner Profile



Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Oct 01 2016 May 19 2017 - $325 $2,200 - 3 Nights
May 19 2017 Jun 14 2017 - - $2,200 - 1 Week
Jul 14 2017 Sep 05 2017 - - $4,200 $11,950 1 Week
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 8%
Deposits: Depends upon duration of stay. $500 sec. dep for 3 night minimum stays when allowed. Weekly stays require a $700 security deposit.
Payment Options: PayPal, Personal Check
Other Fees: Cleaning fee of $175 for stays less than 2 weeks.

Reviews (1)

Reviews for this vacation home rental in Scarborough, Maine

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1 review
Susan Fentin

Pine Point vacation

Susan Fentin

Conway, Massachusetts

Pine Point vacation

August 24, 2009

We had a terrific time and the space was wonderful for our combined families (two married children and granddaughter plus my husband and myself). The property is right on the beach, and the Pine Point section is not crowded, so we had the beach largely to ourselves if we wanted. The house is well equipped (but could use a CD player and/or radio -- bring one if you like music). We used our laptops which worked okay, but we needed speakers to get audible sound. Otherwise, lovely location and beautiful home.

Owner Supplied Testimonials

I loved the beach and the area. I am coming back next year! MB

Great short-term executive stay for our work in Maine. The beach was great! Barry W.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: So, what can we do around here?
A: The beach is extraordinary and the surrounding area has great kayaking, fishing, and bird watching.
Q: Where is there to eat?
A: We particularly enjoy dining in Portland, which is a short and beautiful drive. Portland is now a Mecca for chefs escaping the fast city life of NY, Boston and elsewhere and bring food that is a gourmande's delight. You can also walk the beach and eat at a great restaurant at the Black Point Inn. A favorite for a local fish and lobster experience, the Lobster Shack, is on the rocks in Cape Elizabeth near Two Lights Park. 7 minutes away and it is good fish, lobster and clams sitting at picnic tables on the rocks with waves crashing below you.
Q: Why is this place special?
A: It is a quiet circle that no one knows about on a private road. It takes less than 2 minutes front door to sand and there is next to no one on the beach around you even in the height of the summer. September and fall at this place is extraordinary. Colors are special and the water is as warm as the summer with even fewer on the beach. I cannot believe that I grew up here.
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