Located in the heart of Wyeth Country, 'The Bungalow' has been part of the Cushing landscape for generations. Forever the adored retreat of the Smith and Wheelock Family, the Bungalow is the epitome of what a Maine summer cottage should be - an uncomplicated respite far away from the hustle and bustle of 'real life' in both form, function and especially, location. Built in the 1930s, this seasonal cottage has remained largely unchanged which only adds to its charm; unfinished wood floors, vaulted ceilings with rustic beams, green painted screen doors and a long, covered front porch overlooking a green, flat lawn bordered by pine trees and fields of wildflowers. The Bungalow has two bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a kitchen and a Great Room with a fire place. The property is made up of two parcels of land for a total of almost 29 undeveloped acres. The Bungalow sits on 16.33 acres and the Waterfront parcel is comprised of 12.51 acres with almost 300 feet of water frontage on Broad Cove. Wild and unspoiled, a contiguous parcel of this size is rare and becoming more so. Please note that none of this property has been placed in Conservation Easement. Although the survey makes note of it, it was not acted upon. The 'Bungalow Parcel' has not been surveyed.