One of my clients once said that he wanted his family to have magic in their lives everyday. He envisioned a romantic property like this, to fire the imagination & feed the senses regardless of the season. Helen Keller summered here and declared it "the most beautiful place I have ever felt!," foretelling its possible future as a wonderful vacation rental! It speaks of the early days of America, the influence of the Huguenots on the outcome of the Revolutionary War, of the town of "Pownalborough" (now Dresden) & Maine's rich farming heritage. Several outbuildings add function & fun; think animal husbandry on the pasture between house and river or organic vegetables & herbs. Space in the barn has been insulated, wired & heated for a woodshop. The package is breathtaking & the potential is limited only by the imagination! Taxes given are for all 118 acres and all buildings.
|APPLIANCES||Cooktop, Dishwasher, Dryer, Range-Electric, Wall Oven, Washer|
|BASEMENT||Full, Unfinished, Walk-Out, Yes|
|CONSTRUCTION||Post & Beam, Wood Frame|
|EXTERIOR||Clapboard, Wood Siding|
|GARAGE||3 Car, Barn, Carport, Detached, Yes|
|HEAT||Hot Water, Radiators|
|INTERIOR||1st Floor Bedroom, 1st Floor Master BR w/Bath, Bathtub, Laundry-1st Floor, Out Building, Patio|
|LOT DESCRIPTION||Agriculture, Farm, Open, Pasture/Field, Rolling/Sloping, Well Landscaped|
|MASTER ON MAIN||Yes|
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