Built as a summer cottage in 1874, Beckett’s Castle became one of the most recognized residences on the coast of Maine.

The three-story tower was used as a navigational aid for ships entering Portland Harbor.

The goods from the house were sold over the summer in an online auction.

The cottage, artist studio, and secret gardens stretch across the rocky shoreline connected by meandering paths.

The builder of Beckett’s Castle was publisher Seymour Beckett who used this as his summer home.

Beautifully sited, the property offers unlimited views of the surrounding islands and lighthouses of Casco Bay.

This landmark is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

This home is listed for $3.35 million with Town & Shore Associates and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.