Oh my! Circa 1840. Six acres in Maine. $450,000

I love this house and property! The grounds look beautiful. This home was built in 1840 and a small portion was built in 1815! The home is located on six acres in Litchfield, Maine. The home features wide plank hardwood floors, wide baseboards, crown moulding, beautiful kitchen stove, wainscoting, chair rails and built-ins. The original 1815 portion of the house has a beehive brick oven and hand dug indoor well. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,800 square feet. $450,000

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From the Zillow listing:

What a timeless find! This classic 6 acre gem has plenty of space, inside & out with a 3 bay garage with workshop and bonus space above & large private lawn w/ ample privacy, including flower gardens & apple trees. A portion of the original farm house (1815) has a beehive brick oven & indoor hand dug well-so much history! The old ‘summer kitchen’ is still attached to the main house. Built in a time that focused on true craftsmanship, the main brick house (1840) has no shortage of beauty and natural light. Hardwood floors & crown molding adorn the first floor throughout. The front entrance feels grand as you look right to the formal dining room with a fireplace, & left to the formal living room. To the left you will also find the office/library with built in shelves that reach the ceilings, and a full bath with shower. The kitchen has modern amenities with a vintage look. Upstairs has 4 spacious bedrooms, each with a new heat pump, as well as a full bath w/ claw foot tub. This home is truly a must see. There is an addition under renovation that could be used as a home business, in-law suite, artist studio or more!

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