Historic House Listings

Deal of the Day!!! 20 acres in Maine on the Sebec River. Almost 5,000 SF. $282,500

April 9, 2020

Quite a deal!! Such a big house too! This home was built in 1905. It is located on 20 acres in Milo, Maine. This home once served as an inn. Beautiful staircase, hardwood floors, and original mantels. The property is situated on the Sebec River. The property has a barn and apple trees. Seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,865 square feet. $284,000 New price: $282,500

From the Zillow listing:


WE ARE HAPPY TO PROVIDE VIRTUAL SHOWINGS, OR LIVE SHOWINGS WITH CDC PROTOCOL USED. Don’t miss your chance to own this beautiful, historic home on 20 acres on the Sebec River! This home was built in 1905 and during its history was used as an inn and the local country club. The home has many original details, while having been well maintained and updated throughout. From the columned front porch, enter the spacious foyer, with a large living room on one side, and a lovely parlor on the other. Each of these three spaces have large fireplaces, with detailed mantels and wainscoting throughout. Behind the living room is the updated kitchen and dining room, along with a half bath, including a washer and dryer (conveys with property). There is also a significant amount of storage space in this area. On the back of the house on the lower level is a fully contained apartment that can be closed from the rest of the house if desired. The apartment has its own kitchen, full bathroom, bedroom and closet, w/d hookup and an entry to the house and has been fully updated with paint and flooring. The first floor rounds out with a nice enclosed porch that has been updated with new flooring and paint. The second level of the house contains 6 updated bedrooms (one is currently used as an office, and another is used as a dressing room). Additionally, there are two full bathrooms, both of which have recently been completely gutted and remodeled. Double-paned windows throughout the home, along with a dual heating source (wood boiler/oil) keep the home warm in the Maine winter.


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