c. 1825 – Brownfield, ME – $249,900

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Added to OHD on 1/16/18 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 16 Comments
87 Potato Hole Rd, Brownfield, ME 04010

Price

$249,900

Beds

3

Baths

2

SqFt

1660

Acres

1.5

Tucked away in a paradise of nature sits this tastefully restored Center Chimney Cape. Historic features & charm throughout. Wooden beams, painted & natural wide pine floors, period details & more. Maple Shaker-style cabinets & slate counters in kitchen with wood stove. Wood-burning fireplace in living room, downstairs bedroom currently used as den, full bath & first floor laundry. 2 large bedrooms upstairs with a full bath. Detached 2 car garage sits across the road where there is also a small pond. Surrounded by hundreds of acres for outdoor activities hiking, snowmobiling, etc. Located within 1 mile to Stone Mountain Arts Center where many Musicals & Comedy shows are held. 20 minutes to North Conway and 1 hour to Portland. Fryeburg Academy School System. Very Private Year Round Residence or Vacation Home!
Contact Details
Steven Chicoine, Keller Williams Realty      (207) 446-8060
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16 Comments on c. 1825 – Brownfield, ME – $249,900

  1. Dr. Peterson says: 100 comments

    …and the “eyes” have it. Gotta love the street name. Nice, clean little property.

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  2. RosewaterRosewater says: 3758 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    The dramatic b&w portrait sure looks like Louise Nevelson. She did have a very particular, strikingly remarkable visage.

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    • Jennifer Wiebler says: 150 comments

      I’m thinking it is an opera singer. Louise would have a more severe hairstyle, in my humble estimation. However, the house is adorable. Makes me shiver a bit looking at all that snow, but still lovely.

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      • KLeigh says: 25 comments

        I think it’s Joan Sutherland, Australian soprano. She had a strong jawline and long dark hair often worn smoothed close to the head. A wonderful voice from late 50’s to 80’s. World famous.

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        • RosewaterRosewater says: 3758 comments
          OHD Supporter

          1875 Italianate cottage
          Noblesville, IN

          Well spotted! Opera is my “Jeopardy” Achilles heal. Both striking women to be sure; but Dame Joan Sutherland it decidedly is. Thanks’ for saying so! http://goo.gl/mFweot

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      • KP says: 1 comments

        Pretty sure it’s Dame Joan Sutherland.

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      • Paula Libby says: 9 comments

        This is a great place to recreate, Summer or Winter so near to skiing and lakes and rivers.

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      • RosewaterRosewater says: 3758 comments
        OHD Supporter

        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        Yes! Right you are.

  3. ErnieErnie says: 119 comments

    Really like this house & the kitchen stove.

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  4. Colleen J says: 1330 comments

    Very homey indeed. I just want to sit in front of that fireplace. Sweet property.

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  5. HollyLiz says: 55 comments

    What a lovely cottage! Now if only I lived in Portland!

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  6. abevy says: 349 comments

    Love these Maine vacation homes and I am a sucker for wood stoves and fireplaces. Wish they weren’t quite as high. Sigh.

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  7. Timothy Ostendorf says: 4 comments

    Good call on those of you that noticed the Joan Sutherland photo (this is actually my house and not only am I a classically trained singer, but I’m also a Joan Sutherland nut!!). The house is only about an hour from Portland, two hours from Boston and just a mile to the Stone Mountain Arts Center:
    http://www.stonemountainartscenter.com

    Thanks for the nice comments, btw – it is indeed a sweet little house!

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  8. Mary H. Dunton says: 20 comments

    This place looks like HOME to me! I love everything about it.

  9. Lm says: 10 comments

    it is lovely, looks cozy, warm and comfortable. Theres a bedroom door that caught my attention, it looks like its either made of several different kinds of wood or was it painted?

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