Love this one! It is like a time capsule. The hardwood floors in the dining room are so interesting! This home was built in 1850. It is located on four acres in Lubec, Maine. The home has wide plank hardwood floors, pressed tin ceiling, and original millwork. This is a turn-key house and many of the antiques will stay with the home. There is a wood stove in the dining room, a Jotul wood stove in the living room, and a fireplace in the reading room. There is a detached garage on the property. You have views of Lubec Channel, Quoddy Head State Park, the Bay of Fundy, and Grand Manan. Two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,744 square feet. $149,900
Contact Georgie Kendall with Realty of Maine: 207-214-1124
From the Zillow listing:
Time stands still in this little gem, a seasonal New England cottage tucked away on coveted Carrying Place Cove Road on approximately 4-acres. The cottage is turnkey with several lovely antique pieces of furniture. The house features a wood stove in the dining room, a Jotul wood stove in the living room, and a fireplace in the reading room. There are two bedrooms on the second floor and a third unfinished room. There is a 20′ x 25′ garage that can hold 1 vehicle with a handy workshop and second floor for storage. The house has a composting toilet in the bathroom with a holding tank in the unfinished basement. While the property has not been surveyed, the neighbors have had surveys so boundaries are defined. The property has vast views of the Lubec Channel, Quoddy Head State Park, the Bay of Fundy, and Grand Manan. The house is 5 miles to the bustling downtown Lubec with shops, restaurants, a public boat launch, and an international bridge to Campobello Island, Canada. West Quoddy LIghthouse and Quoddy Head State Park and lots of fantastic hiking trails are under two miles from the house.
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