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10.8± buildable acres for sale

775 Transalpine Road Lincoln ME 04457

Lincoln, ME775 Transalpine Road

Price$32,000

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MLS Number 1528622

  • Land
  • Address 775 Transalpine Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 10.8

Looking for a place to build your dream home?  Want to have a summer get-away in the heart of the Lincoln Lakes region?  Maybe you’ve been searching for just the right place to park your RV or camper.  No matter what you’ve been dreaming of – this lot could be just what you’ve been looking for!  10.8± surveyed acres in the town of Lincoln in a very unrestricted zone (RR1).  The current owners use it as a summer get-away and just bring their tents (there is a tent platform a in place) and enjoy the great outdoors during the day and listen to the loons at night.  It location is less than half a mile from the public boat landing on Little Narrows of Cold Stream Pond so bring your boat, kayak or canoe and explore this or any of the other 13 lakes or the Penobscot River.  ATV and snowmobile trails are also nearby and easy to access from this lot.  With the driveway and a parking area all in and power right at the street half the work is done!  The sloping lot has the potential for some great views of the surrounding are with some strategic clearing and pruning of the mixed woods that cover most of the lot.  There is an interior trail on the lot that is wide enough for an ATV and offers access to many of the elevation levels of the lot.  Located just 4.5 miles from downtown, it’s a great place to be all year round! Lincoln Maine is at the geographic center of the State of Maine.  Lincoln is also a service hub for Northern Penobscot, Southern Aroostook and Western Washington counties.  Healthcare Services include a small hospital, a health center, doctor, dentist and optometrist offices as well as counseling and substance abuse services  Looking for food?  There are several pizza places, a gastro pub, a full-service restaurant/bar and a Chinese restaurant in addition to Subway, McDonalds and Dunkin’.  Lincoln’s Main Street and West Broadway shopping areas have pretty much everything you will need for everyday life.  There are 2 supermarkets, a Wal-Mart, a Walgreens, several small specialty shops, a couple of hardware stores, a building supply store, auto parts stores, florist shops and Marden’s as well as several hair salons, a barber shop and a formalwear shop.  Lincoln also has a full-time police and fire department and ambulance service.  The town offers a wide variety of activities through its Parks and Recreation Department. The school system is SAD #67 and offers K-12 schooling in addition to being part of Northern Penobscot Tech - Region 3 which offers career and technical training to area high school students and a variety of adult education classes.   So whether you are coming for the lakes or just our quiet laid back lifestyle you’ll find Lincoln a great place to live.  The town motto is true – Come for the Lakes – Stay for the Lifestyle!

Listed by Carmen McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lakefront Tiny Cabin

124 Jackson Way Lincoln ME 04457

Lincoln, ME124 Jackson Way

Price$101,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1528591

  • Land
  • Address 124 Jackson Way
  • MLS Status Active
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 2.41

Central Maine lakefront property for sale includes tiny cabin, 2.41± acres with a lot of frontage on Mattanawcook Pond in Lincoln. If you’re looking for a peaceful private location that is convenient to services then you need to see 124 Jackson Way. LOT/CABIN – This is 2.41± surveyed acres with 325± feet of frontage on the lake. The shoreline is wooded with a rock and gravelly bottom and a gradual drop off from shore. A floating dock is attached to the shore and will convey with the property. The land fronts the very end of Jackson Way for 348± feet offering maximum privacy with no through traffic. A gravel driveway accesses the land and the tiny cabin. The cabin sets in a small clearing elevated from the lake and any flood plain. It is approximately 12X20 including one room and a screened porch. The 2X6 constructed building has log siding and a metal roof. It is unfinished on the interior awaiting you to finish to your liking. LAKE – Mattanawcook Pond/Lake is an 832± acre pond with a maximum depth of 22 feet. The pond has two distinct basins. The property is located in the eastern basin which is mostly a wilderness area with no grid power. Much of the shoreline here is protected wetlands with some high-quality common loon nesting habitat. This is the ideal place to paddle canoes and kayaks as the shallows here limits the amount of boat traffic. The lake is well populated with smallmouth and largemouth bass and white perch. The larger and deeper western basin of the pond extends into downtown Lincoln. It is possible to boat from the lot to the public boat landing and walk to a local grocery store, restaurants and small shops. LINCOLN – Lincoln is one of the larger service towns in the northern half of Maine with its claim to fame being the 13 lakes/ponds and the Penobscot River. located within its boundaries. It is located about 45 miles northeast of Bangor, Maine. The town’s population is about 4,850. It is a large town geographically at nearly 75 square miles. The town boasts two large grocery stores, Walmart, auto dealerships, restaurant’s, a hospital and other health care facilities and a robust downtown area of small shops. Need to know more? Call today for a print of digital information package.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Rustic Home with Trout Stream Frontage

1502 Park Street Prentiss Twp T7 R3 NBPP ME 04487

MLS Number 1528450

  • Residential
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Full Bath 1
  • Address 1502 Park Street

A rustic country home with over 2200 feet of trout stream frontage for sale in Prentiss, Maine.  The year-round accessible home has approximately 1200 square feet of finished space.  The stream side cabin has 2 bedrooms, one bath and an eat in kitchen.  The house sits on 20± acres of land with 588± feet of frontage on a state maintained, paved public road.  The home has a metal roof, a combination wood and coal stove for heat as well as a propane heater and miller furnace for heating options.  The house sits high overlooking a deep trout filled pool on Mattagudus Stream.  There is also a storage building that is wired for electricity that could be improved to be used as a workshop, wood shed, or toy barn. Mattagudus Stream is a trout filled stream that is a tributary of the Mattawamkeag River.  The stream is deep and flows through 1000’s of acres of undeveloped woodlands that are home to large moose, deer and black bear.  Mattagudus Stream is a very productive trout stream and often produces native brook trout in the 17-18” class.  It is a great stream to cast a fly to a hungry trout in the early evening or as the sun is rising in the early morning.  The water falls under Maine’s general rules, so if casting a fly isn’t for you, angle worms have taken many a trout from this stream. The property is situated in one of Maine’s unorganized townships which keep the property taxes extremely low.  Currently the property taxes for the property are well under $500 annually.  There is a small grocery store in Springfield to get last minute items and your service center for the area would be the town of Lincoln.  In Lincoln you will find several stores, a few car dealerships, several restaurants as well as a hospital, doctors, dentists, and building supplies. The home is going to need some work.  It has been used as a rental for several years, and it can use some updating.  There is plenty of room to expand the home, if more room is needed.  If you would like a home on a trout stream that is year-round accessible with very low taxes and very few neighbors, then take a look at this rustic country home in Prentiss, Maine.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Downeast Property for Sale

346 West Kennebec Road Machias ME 04654

Machias, ME346 West Kennebec Road

Price$162,500

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1528370

  • Residential
  • Bedrooms 1
  • MLS Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Rooms 1

Located on the banks of the Little Kennebec Bay, this 1 acre lot with bunk house, small camp/cottage and RV lot offers commanding views of the waterfront.  Sit on the little deck of the camp with your morning coffee and watch the sunrise over the bay as the fishermen prepare for their day on the water. Bold Coast Getaway is located just 6 miles off the beaten path from Machias proper.  The lot has been improved with two wells; one dug well and one newer drilled well, an RV pad with hook-ups, a small rustic camp/cottage and a bunk house.  There is easy access to the waterfront to launch your kayaks, beach comb or, if you are really brave, take a dip in the ocean waters! The bunk house offers a composting toilet, on demand hot water heater, outdoor shower/sink and plenty of storage space where the bunks used to be with storage above.  The camp has a little deck overlooking the waterfront, and the interior has power panel and living space.  You can utilize these buildings and RV lot to stay while you build your forever or getaway home OR enjoy just the way it is – make it your own happy place! The town of Machias is the county seat for Washington.  Here you will find a good size grocery store, quaint shops and restaurants and the University of Maine at Machias with its Fitness and Aquatic Center open to the public for a small fee.  In the summer there are a number of festivals to enjoy such as the popular Blueberry Festival held each August and the ever changing play When you do venture away from your own little sanctuary, there are numerous places to explore.  Roque Bluffs State Park with its sandy beach, cool ocean waters and warmer pond is just minutes away.  On those warm summer days, enjoy digging your toes into the warm sand or take a dip into the cool waters of the mighty Atlantic. You can drive in the opposite direction and enjoy Jasper Beach with its mounds of stone tumbled smooth by the waves.  Listen to the water tumbling the stones with the rhythmic ebb and flow of the waves.   These are just two of the numerous public areas to explore. With over 42,000 acres of public lands for hiking, biking, kayaking and boating, there is something for everyone within a 40 minute drive.  Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18 and 22 feet, the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs, and unnamed beauty. Truly one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one does not have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns, and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. Something for everyone in beautiful Downeast Maine and coastal Washington County!

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Gardeners Paradise for sale in Burlington Maine

1530 Long Ridge Road Burlington ME 04417

Burlington, ME1530 Long Ridge Road

Price$199,900

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MLS Number 1527511

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Full Bath 1
  • Address 1530 Long Ridge Road

Are you looking to live a sustainable lifestyle? This Maine country farmhouse is situated on 8.8 acres of classified prime farmland. This home has four 2nd-floor bedrooms. A spacious first-floor bathroom. A beautiful sunroom facing east or you could easily make this into a first-floor bedroom if needed. This home has numerous updates including a 20x30 composite deck, newer septic, leach field, paved driveway, electrical, plumbing, oil tank, concrete floor in the basement, a Generac generator that runs the whole home along with a heat pump, and a Harmon pellet stove to keep you warm and cozy. The small outbuilding is great for storage and the backroom is wired for power and connectivity. There is also a dog fence for those furry family members. This country farmhouse is a must-see! Area This Maine property is part of the ATV/snowmobile trails to Canada. It abuts woods filled with small and large games and is minutes from fishing opportunities near Saponac Pond and Nicatous Lake. Great hunting property for deer, game birds, and moose. Burlington offers its citizens a choice of schools in surrounding areas. The closest shopping would be Lincoln which is 15 mins away. Lincoln offers all of the amenities you could ever need including a hospital, Walmart, grocery stores, doctor’s offices, farmer’s market, insurance agencies, hardware stores, restaurants, pubs, and the list goes on. The nearest airport is about 45 mins away in Bangor. This gardener's paradise is within easy driving distance to Cold Stream Pond and the Mount Katahdin region which offers numerous hiking trails.

Listed by Vicki Peters of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Land For Sale in Least Populated Maine County

351 Windy Pitch Drive Parkman ME 04443

Parkman, ME351 Windy Pitch Drive

Price$199,900

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MLS Number 1527448

  • Land
  • Property SubType Land
  • MLS Status Active
  • Acreage 135

Here is your chance to escape the crowds to Piscataquis County on these 135± acres of forested land for sale in Parkman Maine. Stream frontage, mountain views, interior roads and growing timber highlight this acreage. Use this land as a combination timber investment, recreational property and/or an off-grid homestead. THE LAND – Surveyed into three distinct lots of 40+ acres each, the property is being sold as one offering. What this means to you, is should you decide to sell land in the future or gift some property to family, the surveying expense and permitting are done. The landscape on site is slopping hill side with elevations of 580 to 830 FASL. There are many options for building sites on the land because two roads gain access to the northern and southern sides of land. The north road is nearby the stream front and the southern road accesses the height of land with great views of the foot hills and mountains along the Appalachian Trail. The northern 2/3rd’s of the property are primarily forested by hardwood species while the lower 1/3rd along the stream is maple, beach and other hardwoods mixed with spruce, fir, pine, hemlock and cedar. The last commercial harvest was done on the land about 7-8 years ago. Recently, about 16 acres has had precommercial thinning removing less desirable trees to promote improved tree growth of the hardwood stands. WATER FEATURE – This property fronts Carleton Stream for about 2,500 feet. This headwater of the Penobscot River system is a freestone stream. It begins as springs on the north side of Huff Mountain in Wellington Maine and then flows northeasterly to the property before it continues on and enters Kingsbury Stream.  Build a cabin along this remote shore, sit on the front porch and enjoy the sounds of the babbling stream. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES – Getting away from crowds and enjoying all the outdoors has to offer is what we love most about Maine. Skiing the nearby mountains, fishing for wild brook trout, hiking the 100-mile woods of the Appalachian Trail, challenge your patience and skill hunting for trophy whitetail deer, jump in your ATV to explore hundreds of miles of connected trails; these and many more of these mind mending activities are on or nearby this property. PARKMAN & PISCATAQUIS COUNTY If you are looking for privacy and solitude you need to consider Piscataquis County. This is an area of 4,378 mi² with just 16,836 population. The town of Parkman is located in the southwest corner of the county and is home to just 800 residents. It is quiet and a bit remote, yet not that hard to get to. The property is located about 50 miles from the city of Bangor and less than a 4-hour drive from Boston, Massachusetts.  About 15 miles from the land is the county seat of Dover-Foxcroft. This friendly central Maine town has all the necessities from a hospital and other health care, large and small stores, restaurants and public access to one of the area’s largest lakes and a state park. Other nearby places of interest are the growing community of Monson and the start of the 100-mile woods of the Appalachian Trail, Moosehead Lake is just 28 miles north, the Piscataquis River, Sebec and Schoodic Lakes and countless brooks, streams and ponds are all nearby Parkman. Call today if you need more details or want to schedule a time to see this pretty parcel of land.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Cozy Waterfront Cabin

53 Lakeside Place Princeton ME 04668

Princeton, ME53 Lakeside Place

Price$160,000

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MLS Number 1527141

  • Residential
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathroom 1
  • Full Bath 1
  • MLS Status Active

Cabin with beautiful water views! This 1000 square foot, 1 bed 1 bath cabin sits close to Lewey Lake in Princeton. Nestled in a nice, quiet, well-maintained neighborhood, this property can be used as a year-round residence or a potential investment property. The current owners have it listed as a nightly rental. Residents of Lakeside Place share a 3-acre common area on the banks of Lewey Lake, a part of the Grand Lakes Stream system. This area is great for boating, fishing, and other water sports. The common area has picnic tables, a playground for the kids and a dock. Princeton boasts its own fire and police station. There are also several stores and a rec center. Princeton is within 30 min of Calais with its shopping, hotels, and restaurants.  The Grand Lake Stream system, to which Lewey Lake is a part of, is a large connection of several Ponds and streams, it lays claim to some great fly fishing. Come take a look at this great property today the possibilities are endless.

Listed by Emily Pond of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Country Home For Sale

5 Cedar Lane Wesley ME

Wesley, ME5 Cedar Lane

Price$96,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1526920

  • Mobile Home
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathroom 3
  • Full Bath 3
  • MLS Status Active

Wesley, this 1987 doublewide has been well cared for and has a newer stick built addition making it a 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with living room and family rooms. The addition is fully handicap assessable, large living room, a bedroom and bath.  3 acres of land with great garden spots, storage sheds and a one car garage. Frontage on Rt 9 and Cedar Lane, make it a convenient for travel to Bangor, Calais or Machias. Great summer home as its near lakes, streams and also 4 wheeler and snowmobile trails. Wesley Maine with its population of approximately 100 people is a wonderful, quiet place to live or vacation. This 1987 Doublewide has a large stick built addition that houses a fully handicapped accessible family room, bedroom and bath, attached to the original 3 bedroom, 2 bath home.  It has a large eat in kitchen, or with the new family room open to the original living room, you could have a formal dining area as well.  Prior owners were great gardeners and this property produced some fantastic gardens, the location is great for anyone who enjoys the outdoors, it is close to lakes, streams and rivers for anyone who likes to fish, swim, boat or canoe and it also has easy access to 4 wheeler and snowmobile trails. Wesley, first known as “Great Meadow Ridge”, was incorporated January 24th, 1833, and named for John Wesley founder of the English Methodist Movement.  This “big” little town is larger than most other towns in square miles, but lacking a bit in population, Route 9 was made famous as a State Route, dubbed the “Wolf Run” due to a famous tin type posted by the coastal area business to try and make people travel that route from Bangor to Calais instead of the much shorter “Airline.”   This property is about a half hours drive from Machias where anyone would find shopping, banks, restaurants, some historical sites such as Burnham’s Tavern, Bad Little Falls and some historic buildings.  Machiasport has Jaspers Beach and Fort O’Brian where the first battle of the American Revolution was fought.  A little further out you find the public sand beach at Roque Bluffs and the state park there also boasting a nice playground and freshwater pond. 

Listed by Janine Hawkins of Lubec Office

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Maine Timber – Hunting - Development Land for Sale

M1L9 Colonels Road Sebec ME 04481

Sebec, MEM1L9 Colonels Road

Price$514,000

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MLS Number 1526627

  • Land
  • Address M1L9 Colonels Road
  • Property SubType Land
  • Acreage 514

Have you sold or have pending a real estate investment and need a quality 1031 exchange replacement property? Are you dreaming about a kingdom sized parcel to create a hunting and recreational retreat? Is it time to develop that homestead with room to grow? Let’s explore 514± forested acres of land in Sebec, Maine. LAND TIMBER WATER – This land is rolling topography with elevations from 480 to 840 FASL. Stony silt loams make up most of the soil types on this parcel and are suitable for growing a multitude of timber species as well as non-timber vegetation preferred by wildlife. The forest on this land has had timber stand improvement harvesting done within the past 10 years. The current mixed wood stand is diverse, uneven aged, well-spaced and growing well. Future timber management is enhanced with nearly 9,000 feet of frontage on Colonels Road and an additional 8,000+ feet of well-built roads accessing the interior of the land. Smith Brook is the water feature within this timber tract that begins from a spring fed pond off the property and runs from south to north through the eastern half of the land before exiting the property and entering Sebec Lake. The brook has both live water sections and ponded areas within the 514 acres creating a very diverse riparian habitat. WILDLIFE & RECREATION – The diverse areas of forest on the property from its hardwood ridges to the ponded wetlands along Smith Brook are home to much of Maine flora and fauna. Because the land has plenty of food, cover and water, it is prime habitat for large game animals such as whitetail deer, moose & black bear. Areas of early successional forest are favored by our favorite upland birds; ruffed grouse and woodcock. Wading birds, ducks and geese all love the beaver pond near the northern boundary. The cold brook is potential rearing waters for wild brook trout. This property and the surrounding area are blessed with an abundance of outdoor recreational possibilities. The land itself is rich with game animals for all types of hunting. The brook has fishing opportunities as do the nearby glacial formed lakes like Sebec and Schoodic. Both have cold water fisheries and size and depth necessary to satisfy all types of boaters. The property has direct access to both an ATV trail system and local snowmobile trails that access the Maine ITS trail system. LOCATION – The town of Sebec is located in the southeast corner of Piscataquis County, ones of Maine’s largest counties by area and the lowest in population at less than 17,000. Sebec has a population of about 650. This rural town is mostly forested or covered in water. This property, while being rural and peaceful, is conveniently located just 6 miles east of the county’s largest town of Dover-Foxcroft. DF is the county seat. It has a hospital, grocery and other shopping, a new skating arena, and is where the kids from Sebec attend public school at Foxcroft Academy. Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city, is about 40 miles from the property. Boston, MA is less than a 4-hour drive. No matter what your interest in owning land is, you can find it here on these 514± acres at Colonels Road in Sebec, Maine. Call, email or text us for more information including interactive maps, video, photos and more.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Private Riverfront Escape

M2L23A Off West Indian Road Woodville ME 04457

MLS Number 1526500

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 1
  • Full Bath 1
  • Bedrooms 2
  • MLS Status Active

Your private Maine waterfront escape awaits you.  This solar powered cabin on the banks of the Penobscot River provides all sorts of recreational fun.  The fishing in this section of the river is excellent, with small mouth bass and the occasional trout and salmon.  If you enjoy paddling, the kayaking and canoeing enthusiasts will find miles of scenic waters to explore.  From majestic bald eagles, ducks, and many other bird species, you will have plenty of wildlife to photograph. Situated about 120 feet off the river, is this secluded cabin that has solar power, propane appliances, and propane lights for back up.  The water supply is from a driven point.  The bathroom consists of a shower stall and composting toilet.  The first floor has an open floor plan with an eat in kitchen and propane heater.  The living room has cathedral ceilings and is heated with a wood stove.  Upstairs has two bedrooms on either end of the camp, which are separated by a catwalk.  Small dormers in both bedrooms offer views towards the river. Finishing the cabin is a screened porch overlooking the river and front yard.  The fire pit is ready for memories and smores to be made around the campfire as you gaze at the constellations in the northern sky.  Replace the sounds of traffic with the sounds of nature in this wooded forest that is just shy of 15 acres.  If you enjoy hiking or biking, you will find miles of gravels roads to site see for moose and deer. Take a day trip to Baxter State Park and hike Mount Katahdin located an easy hours drive to the north.  For shopping, restaurants, hospital and other services, travel 35 minutes to the south into the town of Lincoln.  The city of Bangor and the Bangor International Airport is less than 1 hour and 20 minutes to the south.  If you are traveling from Boston, the majority of the trip will be on I-95 and will take less than 5 hours.  You will discover it is well worth the trip.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Home For Sale in Lincoln, Maine

17 Perry Street Lincoln ME 04457

Lincoln, ME17 Perry Street

Price$99,000

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MLS Number 1493314

  • Residential
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 1
  • Full Bath 1
  • Address 17 Perry Street

Home for sale in Lincoln Maine. 3 bedroom in town home on almost half an acre lot. Convenient location close to library and downtown shopping area. Features include a formal dining area off the kitchen, hardwood floors, full bath on first floor and roomy entry/laundry room as well as a 9 ft by 25 foot enclosed back porch which could easily be converted to year round use. The second floor features 3 bedrooms and direct access to attic space which allows for plenty of storage. There is also a shed/utility barn for extra storage outside. Most of the electric has been updated but there is still a fuse panel in the basement. It’s not perfect, but the price is right so come take a look today!

Listed by Carmen McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Country Home For Sale

116 Park Street Phillips ME 04966

Phillips, ME116 Park Street

Price$210,000

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MLS Number 1526302

  • Residential
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Full Bath 1
  • Address 116 Park Street

A well-maintained classic New England Cape with an attached barn nestled in the mountains of western Maine. In the small town of Phillips, located at the outskirts, sits this large 2048 ft 2 3 bedroom post-and-beam house on a level lot across the street from the Sandy River. Large open living room features wide pumpkin pine floors, exposed beams, and Vermont Castings wood stove on a brick hearth. New vinyl flooring in the freshly painted eat-in kitchen with tin ceilings. Remodeled bathroom features a vintage cast-iron corner tub with tile surround, pedestal sink, and washer/dryer hookups. Many updates including Paradigm replacement windows, spray foam insulation, updated plumbing and wiring, newer septic field and oil furnace. Relax on the shaded back deck surrounded by raised beds, perennial gardens, berry bushes, and fruit trees. 28x48’ Barn with attached wood shed offers plenty of storage for all your hobbies. High speed broadband internet available. Easy access to ITS trails. Conveniently located 25 minutes to Farmington, 30 minutes to Rangeley, and 40 minutes to Sugarloaf and Saddleback Mountains

Listed by Rachel Cohn of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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