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    Please complete the form below with your requested stay dates and we’ll be back to you as quickly as possible with rates and availability for your stay. Thank you for your interest in the Capt. Lawrence E. Johnson House, we look forward to having you stay with us.

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  • Contact Information

    Phone: 207-541-9187
    Fax: 207-541-9197

    House Address:
    Captain Lawrence E. Johnson House
    1965 Harpswell Islands Rd
    Bailey Island, ME 04003-2573
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    Mailing Address:
    Captain Lawrence E. Johnson Family Trust
    239 Harpswell Islands Rd.
    Harpswell, ME 04079

    Capt. Lawrence E. Johnson House

    House Interior: Maine Street Design Co.
    Images: Francois Gagne Photography

  • International Thanksgiving Success

    We decided to rent this spacious and well-equipped home on Bailey’s Island 28 miles from our own small Maine house to help us accommodate an international crowd for Thanksgiving — the French and Turkish families of our children’s spouses. It was pretty much perfect.

    Spacious bedrooms, each with a private bath, great for when people needed a break from family in three languages. A wonderfully organized and well-equipped kitchen around which any number of experienced cooks could comfortably work together. (We had a Thanksgiving feast one night; Turkish food the next; foie gras, oysters, and lobsters the third. Yum!) A giant L-shaped living space bringing kitchen, dining, and living room together so that our one-year old grandson could happily run around under the adoring eyes of all of his grandparents and most of his aunts and uncles.

    And a very fancy entertainment system below that allowed the serious football fans to stream an un-televised NFL game from a laptop to the giant screen one night and blast the house with a cranked-up Avatar another. We spent day-times walking all around Bailey Island and enjoying the views from everywhere in the house. Oh – and the sunsets were to die for. ‘Nuff said.

    – Jeffery F, Thanksgiving 2011