c. 1900 Odd Fellows Hall – Brooklin, ME

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Added to OHD on 5/16/13   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments
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120 Reach Rd, Brooklin, ME 04616

  • $350,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 8268 Sq Ft
  • 0.58 Ac.
New description: Large 3 story beautiful wooden building with wide plank floors, beautiful views and 8 foot windows with wavy original glass still remaining.

Old description: Unique landmark listing with over 8,000 sq.ft. over 3 floors of multi-use space. Formerly the Odd Fellows Hall, this beautiful Mansard Roof, Victorian structure has open views of Center Harbor. Located close to town center, live and work in seasonally. Small kitchen and 2 bathrms, wood stoves for chilly summer nights, there are possibilities galore: artist studios, exercise and dance studios, retail spaces (small and large), storage spaces, add stage for performances, and more possibilities on the coast

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10 Comments on c. 1900 Odd Fellows Hall – Brooklin, ME

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  1. Robt. W.Robt. W. says: 359 comments

    Brilliant exterior. And great inside, too, where the first floor could almost tempt me to become a shopkeeper. I’d empty out my cupboards and attics of long accumulated and nearly forgotten gee-gaws and stock the shelves with them, then sit around gazing out the big windows, drinking coffee, hoping that no customers show up at the door.

    Don’t change a thing. Even the Edward Hopper-esque fire escape.

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  2. John Shiflet says: 5450 comments

    Oh, the possibilities with this one! So much potential. I could see an artist or interior designer making this into a one-of-a-kind residence/shop while respecting the history and architectural integrity of the structure.

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    • Mark says: 145 comments

      ….or put out some tables out front and serve your favorite beverage.

      This is one of the most interesting non-residential properties I’ve seen on OHD in a while. Looks like an easy conversion to whatever you could want it to be.

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  3. Meg @ sparrowhaunt.com says: 94 comments

    the perfect love child of a shingle style cottage and a second empire. I could live there as is – and who cares if I couldn’t afford curtains on those huge spectacular windows when I had a view like that outside!

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  4. says: 470 comments

    It’s too bad about all those people who were slaughtered in this building! Not really, I just don’t want anyone else to buy it because I want it for myself. There are so many different ways this building could be used. Even by NON-odd fellows. The view is charming and the architecture is unique.

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  5. echo says: 112 comments

    I love the view and oh so many ideas come to mind with this one. Really nice. 🙂

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  6. RosewaterRosewater says: 6678 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Wow… How beautiful.. Such a rich sense of the past. Don’t know how good it is for the exterior to remain unpainted, but the effect is stunning. The wrapped chimney in the front is very unusual and interesting. LOVE the oversized six over six windows. You know you’re rich with space when a trampoline fits effortlessly into your LR. A+

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    • nic says: 57 comments

      Agree; I don’t know how you could paint the exterior without spoiling much of the charm of the place. Absolutely stunning as it is.

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  7. FergusFergus says: 237 comments
    1705 Queen Anne

    What’s not to love about this one? A charming, unusual exterior, a charming and spacious interior and a beautiful staircase, all of it is gorgeous. It could be difficult furnishing this place and trying to preserve a lot of the character and space that it has in its virtually naked state. Is that a trampoline I can see in one of the interior pics? If so, that just makes this place more awesome having the space to accomodate such a thing inside. Although if you owned this place you’d probably be jumping with joy a lot anyway.

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  8. Will says: 60 comments

    Jaw dropping time capsule. Wow.

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