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New Gloucester, Maine

$525,000 / Early American Colonial
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Helen Robillard Keller Williams Realty
This 1773 Antique Colonial Post & Beam home, meticulously cared for, has many updates. Bell Tavern located in lower village of Historic Lower Village New Gloucester. House was moved in 1970s from the corner to this location by Cote and given a new full poured concrete foundation, walk out basement, walking distance to Town Office, Library, Historical Society Museum, Village Store. New Gloucester was Cumberland County seat with courthouse & meeting house. Also this is home to Andrew Moser and many homes restored by The Moser family. Restored barn in 1997 with heated workshop (tools can be available). Kitchen, living room, dining area open great place for entertaining. Kitchen has granite counter tops and a lovely breakfast area, home is bright and sunny. Master bedroom suite with master bath, 3 other bedrooms with another full bath on second floor. First floor laundry and half bath. Fenced in back yard great for children/ pets. Only 8 miles to Auburn, 24 miles to Portland, 20 mins to Yarmouth. Many walking trails, Great area to live, many historic homes around. Please observe all local, state, and federal Covid-19 guidance during showings.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: 2-Story

Year: 1773

Setting: Near Village

Beds: 4

Baths: 3

Condition: Very Good

Land Area: 1.00

Special Features

Barn

Workshop

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