Tucked behind a rise at the edge of an old blueberry field, lies a gorgeous East Blue Hill home…This contemporary home is built in the passive solar style, with masses of insulation (R-40 walls, R-60+ roof), radiant floor heat, and giant triple-pane windows from Germany that face due South. A 26 panel, 7800 watt (7.8 kW) solar array is mounted on the roof.The open-concept first floor is lined with floor-to-ceiling library shelves and boasts 3 large windows overlooking the garden. The kitchen served by an enclosed pantry. On the first floor, there is also an office/bedroom, which is sound-proofed for late sleepers. It adjoins the first-floor bathroom, with a cedar-lined shower, which also opens onto the front entry hall. The second floor has a large, airy, and bright master bedroom, well suited for a King-sized bed, and adjacent desk space, as well as a walk-in closet.The pine-lined second-floor bathroom has an antique claw-foot tub.A large crawlspace lined with shelves provides excellent storage and has a built-in cold cellar.A small 1-room cabin on the property makes a good 3-season study spot or writer’s room. Several paths meander through the woods down to McHeard stream, which hugs the property on two-sides, and can be heard gurgling through the night when the windows are open. The 6.36 acre +/- property is situated on the edge of East Blue Hill village. The sweeping field next-door is under conservation, maintained by Blue Hill Heritage Trust. It is a five-minute walk to the small village playground and town dock. Curtis Cove (beach & swimming area) is a 10-minute walk. Blue Hill is a picturesque, year-round community on the coast of Maine close to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor.