Historic House Listings

That setting! Circa 1900. On 37 acres in Maine. $324,900

December 27, 2023

This house has such a pretty setting! This house was built in 1900. It is located on 37 acres in Saint Albans, Maine. The house features hardwood floors, enclosed front porch, bead board, built-ins and bead board. There is an attached two car garage. Four bedrooms, one bathroom and 2,200 square feet. $324,900

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From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to the charming allure of this historic Maine farmhouse situated on a sprawling 37-acre property. Nestled amidst picturesque landscapes, this timeless gem offers a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the tranquility of nature. With valuable timber and expansive fields, the land is a testament to Maine’s natural beauty. Having remained in the same family for over a century, this farmhouse exudes a sense of heritage and enduring legacy. Step back in time as you explore its well-preserved interiors, showcasing the architectural charm of yesteryears. The home’s original essence has been tastefully maintained, while thoughtful updates such as siding, electrical, windows, and furnace ensure modern comfort without compromising its character. The beautiful surroundings further enhance the property’s allure. Delight in distant views that stretch across the horizon of Maine’s rolling hills and breathtaking vistas. Whether you seek a serene retreat or an opportunity to embrace an agricultural lifestyle, this property offers endless possibilities. Immerse yourself in the rhythm of rural life, tending to the fields or exploring the vast acreage. The valuable timber stands as a testament to the property’s potential, providing both practical and aesthetic value. For those yearning to embrace the essence of Maine’s beauty, this property is an ideal sanctuary. Enjoy the tranquility of the countryside while relishing the convenience of updated amenities. With its rich history and remarkable setting, this old farmhouse presents a unique opportunity to create your own timeless legacy amidst the allure of Maine’s scenic wonders.


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