1903 Grange Hall – New Gloucester, ME

Added to OHD on 11/19/15   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   8 Comments
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370 Sabbathday Rd, New Gloucester, ME 04260

  • $99,900
  • 2 Bath
  • 4224 Sq Ft
  • 0.86 Ac.
Former Grange Hall awaits a new owner to rehab this building for an office, studio, club organization or a home. Private water & septic existing. Property being sold 'as is'.
Contact Information
Adrian Griffin, Po-Go Realty
(207) 839-3300

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8 Comments on 1903 Grange Hall – New Gloucester, ME

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  1. Shibui says: 2 comments

    Many years ago I visited the Sabbathday Lake Shaker village. We sang “Tis a gift to be simple” This Grange brings back all those memories. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Shaker residents had a hand in building this. Judging by those cabinets!

  2. John Shiflet says: 5540 comments

    For those who religiously subscribe to the “open concept” in interiors, lots of possibilities here. Perhaps some minimal interior partitioning would provide more of a residential feel without changing the whole layout. You have some nice old cabinetry, real school-house lights, lots of beaded board-just add your creativity and renovation talents and share the results with the world. Might work very well as a mixed retail-residential project as well. Seems to be ready to begin renovation without needing major repair work. Priced to sell as well but the usual advice about inspections and visiting in person to soak in the local flavor, apply. Nearby waterfront, another plus for many folks.

  3. JimHJimH says: 5381 comments
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    There must have been tens of thousands of clubhouses and fraternal meeting halls across America a hundred years ago. They just took up a collection, built a building and had meetings, performances and events every week. Everybody was involved, which kept people in small towns all working toward the same goals. Community – it’s a big part of what we’ve lost in this country.
    I’d love to buy this place and have a big pancake breakfast every Sunday.

  4. DJ says: 66 comments

    and there is a close lake !
    WE travel to Maine and I love all the Granges I see. Nice large space to work with! Love the original kitchen. Best place to find antiques!

  5. Melly4853 says: 44 comments

    I would make it into a lovely dining room..communal perhaps and serve only chicken dinners with the fixin’s.


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