Historic House Listings

“Amen Farm”, Circa 1850. Located on 47 acres in Maine. $1,800,000

March 30, 2019

Can I get an amen? “Amen Farm” was built in 1850. It is located on 47 acres in Brooklin, Maine. This iconic Maine property was once home to essayist Roy Barrette. There are views of Blue Hill Bay, a lighthouse and the island from the home. This property has acres of gardens and orchards. The main house has an attached apartment. There is also a detached three bedroom cottage, an artist studio, a large barn and several outbuildings. Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 4,000 square feet. $1,800,000

From the Zillow listing:


Amen Farm, an iconic Brooklin Property, was once the home of essayist Roy Barrette. The farm sits at the top of a hill with a commanding view of Blue Hill Bay, a lighthouse and the island beyond. Acres of carefully tended gardens and orchards complete the pastoral perfection of the estate. The gracious house has a new kitchen as well as a first floor master suite. There is an attached one bedroom apartment. A separate 3 bedroom guest cottage, writers studio, large barn and gazebo are additional outbuildings.

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