Isle au Haut, Maine is about as Maine as you can get. It's a quaint island in Penobscot Bay. According to New England Today, half of the island is part of Acadia National Park and has fewer than 80 year-round residents and a few hundred summer residents.

It's also a beautiful tourist destination for those looking to bike or hike around the island and take in the beauty of the Maine coast.

To get to the island you have to get on the ferry in Stonington, which takes approximately 40 minutes.

One iconic landmark on the island is Isle au Haut Light and the accompanying Keeper's House. Until recently, the Keeper's House has been an inn/rental property. Now, the property is up for sale.

The property is listed by The Knowles Company for $1,975,000. For nearly $2 million you're getting the 4-bedroom Keeper's House, a 2-bedroom guest-house, two additional sleeping cabins, and even a boathouse on two acres of land. Not to mention the priceless views of Robinson Point and Penobscot Bay.

Check out the breathtaking photos below:

Isle au Haut Light and Keeper's House

If this sounds like a dream come true you can call Downeast Properties Blue Hill at 207-374-2321 or visit the listing here. And if you think the nearly $2 million price tag is a bit much, remember there's plenty of room for you and all your besties to sleep. Maybe you could all pitch in! Ok, maybe not. But it's sure fun to dream!