Experience one of the oldest houses in Castine
The house was built by Colonel Jonathan Lowder and his wife, Deliverance Cook. Colonel Lowder, a soldier in the French and Indian War and the Revolution (who in 1779 was imprisoned in Quebec as a spy), was appointed Excise Officer in Castine, then called Penobscot, in 1789. The house has been renovated and furnished to maintain its historical character while offering the comfort of modern conveniences. It has four bedrooms, two full baths upstairs and a half bath downstairs.