An article on Bayside, an historic enclave of Victorian shoreside cottages off R
An article on Bayside, an historic enclave of Victorian shoreside cottages off Route 1 between Camden and Belfast, in the town of Northport. Its charm has been preserved by its low profile, and its rental cottages are mostly taken by repeats. The colony began as the site of an annual religious camp meeting and then became a holiday spot with a grand hotel. Most of the houses were built in a style now called Carpenter Gothic. Pedestrian-friendly, with closely packed cottages, the village is a mecca for children and a friendly community for parents.
Snider, Bruce, "An article on Bayside, an historic enclave of Victorian shoreside cottages off R" (2004). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1702.
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