This is a beautiful setting! This home was built in 1835. It is located on three waterfront acres in Phillips, Maine. It is situated along the Sandy River. Phillips is a small quaint town in the western Maine mountains. The home has a large deck overlooking the Sandy River. The house is a post and beam style cape. There is even the original beehive oven. Two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,521 square feet. $132,000
From the Zillow listing:
How would you like to own over 500 feet of waterfront along the scenic Sandy River? Could you enjoy 3+ acres of your own secluded riverfront land? Can you see yourself taking it all in from your screened porch and deck? Then call or text Les Black, Real Estate Broker with the Bean Group, (207) 370-7511, or go to lesblack.com. THIS HOME IS MORE THAN JUST A HOUSE. Swim, fish and kayak from your back yard, watch for deer and maybe a moose, walk to local attractions and hike the Fly Rod Crosby Trail. When you open the door to this historic home, you enter a world where character and craftsmanship mattered. The post-and-beam antique cape has one-story living, wide-board floors, exposed beams, the original beehive oven, multiple river views, wood and gas stoves, replacement windows and an updated kitchen. Discover the charm of the old with modern updates plus your own riverside bliss.
What I love about this home
The owners say, “We fell in love with this house when we saw the Sandy River out back. We’re right in town, but it feels so private with the woods, the field, and the river. The town has a good library, a well-stocked grocery store, and wonderful people. Everything you need for the good life in Maine’s Western Mountains. Our agent will be happy to show you around the property and tell you about the area.”