Bonnie Stone Broker
Bonnie Stone is an Associate Broker at Drum & Drum Real Estate, a leader in Midcoast Maine realty since it's inception in 1990. Before pursuing a career in real estate, Bonnie volunteered on the Newcastle Design Review Committee for 7 years applying her knowledge of land use ordinances as it pertained to the historic districts of Sheepscot, Damariscotta Mills, and the Old Village of Newcastle. As Development Officer at the Boothbay Harbor Opera House, Bonnie worked diligently with the Maine Historic Preservation Commission to obtain designation for the Opera House on the National Register of Historic Preservation; which ultimately lead to an award for a Community Development Block Grant. In an effort to gain a more comprehensive knowledge of residential loan processing and appraisal review, Bonnie worked for a local lending institution in loan operations, sales/marketing/mediation strengths and a passion for worthwhile causes led to volunteer positions along the way, most recently as Chair of the Town of Newcastle Planning Board and Damariscotta River Association.
Bonnie holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Clemson University. While in college, she studied at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia through a cooperative education internship. With a growing interest in winemaking, Bonnie left the CDC to become a wine chemist for a small winery in South Carolina; setting the stage for a lengthy career in the wine and spirits industry in New York City. After numerous visits to coastal Maine, Bonnie and Gary moved the family to Newcastle, raising their two sons along the banks of the Damariscotta River. Leisure activities include attending local/regional theatrical productions, vegetable gardening, ballroom dancing, kayaking, Nordic skiing/snowshoeing, hiking and swimming.
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On The Point! A spectacular 2+ acres waterfront parcel located in the exclusive residential neighborhood of Davis Point. This marvelous property sports both a private pebbly beach and deep-water access on the Cove. At the end of a private gravel lane, build the oceanfront home of your dreams! Ideal waterfront tucked safely behind the islands of Muscongus Bay. Bring your boat!A short 15 minutes drive to The Farnsworth Museum in Rockland,…
- 2 AC
- Waterfront - 600
- Davis Cove
- Scenic View
This in-town property is centrally located in Damariscotta village within a block or two of all conveniences. Currently, the fully-occupied building is comprised of 2 office spaces on the main floor. On the 2nd floor, with a private entrance, is a 2 bedroom residential apartment with a good rental history. The apartment renovations include new appliances, carpeting and paint. Off-street parking is available in addition to a functional 2…
- Built in 1860
- 0 AC
- 1,900 SqFt
If you've ever dreamed of living in an antique barn with amazing bucolic vistas, then this property is for you! Over the past 10 years, the 45' x 45' saltbox barn has undergone extensive structural restoration. In addition to new roofing shingles, cedar siding & clapboards and windows, drilled well and septic system with roughed-in plumbing and underground electrical service have been installed. All that remains is to design the interior…
- 15.9 AC
- Fields, Scenic, Trees/Woods View
Spectacular in-town waterfront Lot! Nearly 1 acre with 155 feet of private frontage on the Damariscotta River, which leads to the open Atlantic Ocean. Lot has been soils tested. Located on a quiet cul de sac at the end of Pleasant Street. A short walk to all Town conveniences; including Lincoln Academy, Lincoln Theater, Skidompha Library, bookstore, restaurants and shops. Ideal for mariners, swimmers and nature lovers. A rare opportunity…
- 0.89 AC
- Waterfront - 155
- Damariscotta River
- Scenic View
Excellent opportunity to build a private homestead or small subdivision. This wooded 13+/- acres parcel is bordered by stonewalls. Power is available at the road. Conveniently located 10 minutes from Route 1 and to both village centers of Damariscotta and Waldoboro.
- 13 AC