The John Bray House, circa 1662, is an exceptional Early New England Colonial offering. This historically significant residence commands the shorefront of picturesque Pepperrell Cove in historic Kittery Point, Maine. Built by English shipbuilder, John Bray, the 350 year old home is a distinguished landmark of 17th century Colonial America and is considered the oldest surviving home in the State of Maine. The childhood home of Sir William Pepperrell's mother, it has served as a tavern, courthouse, general store and school. The rare, 1.50 acre +/-, lot is elevated and offers unrivaled views of the harbor, islands, Whaleback lighthouse, along with a newly constructed dock indulging access to the bold Atlantic Ocean. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the fully modernized four bedroom, five bath home has been remarkably preserved and retains many of its original architectural details. Five fireplaces, fine richly paneled walls, ten inch thick walls and uniquely high ceilings add to the charm and character of this remarkable piece of living history.