The loons call, the cormorants dry their wings in the sunshine while perched atop a giant yellow buoy, and seals pop their heads out of the water to look around. Here's the million-dollar view situated just outside of town, for a fraction of the cost. This pristine, surveyed, 7.1-acre lot offers 450' of shorefront facing east across Johnson Bay overlooking Lubec, the easternmost town in America. The property has two private coves suitable for boat moorings and amazing views of Campobello Island and Grand Manan. There is a long apple tree-lined grass driveway from a shared private road with the current owner, however, the property includes 153' of road frontage on N. Lubec Road if buyers would prefer their own private driveway. This IS the Bold Coast in its' glory with gorgeous rock outcroppings and east-facing vistas of lobster boats, and the ebb and flow of the highest tides in the world. There is a mixture of trees including fruit trees, evergreens, hardwoods, and large open fields as well. The soil was tested and a septic design was done years ago. Lubec, the easternmost town in the United States and gateway to Campobello Island, New Brunswick, hosts the most handsome striped lighthouse in the world and miles of oceanfront trails for hiking and kayak launches. Lubec's downtown is just two minutes away. It offers shops, a brewery, eateries, a festive, farmers' market in the summer, SummerKeys, a summer school for musicians, the international Bay of Fundy Marathon, and a fantastic public boat launch for larger vessels right IN town.