1862 Italianate – Friendship, ME

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Added to OHD on 7/26/17   -   Last OHD Update: 11/3/19   -   13 Comments

10 Harbor Rd, Friendship, ME 04547

  • $199,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2226 Sq Ft
  • 0.73 Ac.
The Nelson Thompson and later Archie Wallace home in Friendship Village. Enjoying a high profile location, next door to the Town Hall and across the road from Wallace's Market, this home enjoys an over-sized, in-town lot with a beautiful, vintage barn, period details and plenty of room. 3-4 bedrooms and 1.5 baths, plus an impressive makeover of the 3rd floor to an artist's studio. Lovely landscaping including an herb garden, cherry and peach trees, berries and even grapes! A nostalgic and comfortable home.
Contact Information
Jessica Pooley, RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn,
(207) 832-5219


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13 Comments on 1862 Italianate – Friendship, ME

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  1. Joe says: 738 comments

    What details make this house Italianate? Except for all of the corbels over the windows and under the eaves, it seems like a very simple Victorian. The vinyl siding doesn’t help.

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11807 comments
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      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      The overhang with brackets, window crowns are Italianate features. Victorian is the era which is was built (although the style is considered Romantic Era for some.) Whether it’s an older home that had an Italianate makeover, I do not know.

  2. Kathy Cross says: 3 comments

    Beautiful home! It’s like stepping back in time.

  3. Dallas says: 86 comments

    So cute, but so close to the road. Love the 3rd floor studio.

  4. jb says: 108 comments

    Beautiful home and features! Bonus picture of the man working with his lobster trap equipment. That kitchen stove could double as a major heating source for the house during the winter months. Very nice 3d pictures on the realtor.com link.

  5. montana channing says: 256 comments

    if those quirky little eyebrows over the windows and the brackets under the eaves make this an Italianate, then 90% of those crumbling old farmhouses in Maine are Italianate. This looks like so many colonial and Federal farmhouses that got Victorianized later in the century to “modernize” their look. That happened to both houses on both sides of my old Federal. The interior trim and overall style look earlier. Still basically a nice unmolested house that’s been kept in good shape and it’s in Maine – what more could you want. Ocean, mountains, L L Bean.

  6. mary lin says: 11 comments

    That stove is great, as is the chicken.

  7. Anne M. says: 716 comments

    Blueberries! Maine blueberries! I love everything about this charming house.

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 5723 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      Me too Anne. It has a clearly brilliant energy, and the next owner is sure to benefit from all the positivity left behind. A+ photography! Nicely done.

  8. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 996 comments
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    1905 Neoclassic & 1937 Deco

    I learn something new here all the time. I never would have guessed Italianate.

  9. Paul M says: 34 comments

    Now this is what I call a nice, old house. I personally wouldn’t want to live in it, but I can really appreciate that type of house. It reminds me of my aunts’ and uncles’ farm houses when I was a kid. PS — love the photo of the rooster!!

  10. dkzody says: 269 comments

    Like Paul M, I think this is just a really nice old house. Very comfortable looking and not in the need of staff to keep it up.

  11. abevy says: 355 comments

    Stove is wonderful. So is sweet old “hen”. Bathroom is nice. Some of the lighting is very nice.

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