c. 1840 – Alna, ME

Added to OHD on 7/20/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   8 Comments
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2069 Alna Rd, Alna, ME 04535

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  • $139,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1410 Sq Ft
  • 3.6 Ac.
This historic Cape was originally part of Head Tides. Known as the Old Plummer house. 300 feet on the Sheepscot River. Solid home with many original features and much potential. Bring your vision and see the possibilities. Summer kitchen ell connects to the barn. Walk-in pantry and electric range make cooking convenient. Sunny lot, garden space, views overlook the Sheepscot. Brand new septic. Choice of high schools.
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Geri Doyle, Coldwell Banker Rizzo Mattson
(207) 622-9000
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8 Comments on c. 1840 – Alna, ME

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  1. John says: 36 comments

    This is a very nice down east property…It has a real simple welcoming feel to it as so many of these old farmhouses do along the coast of Maine. I lived in this area years ago but found it very difficult to make a living. I just wish I was independently wealthy so I could live there again as it is really a beautiful place!

  2. Gregory Hubbard says: 450 comments

    Wonderful Maine Greek Revival. The interior woodwork is very nice. I especially like the false mantels around the stove chimney thimbles.

  3. Les F. says: 85 comments

    This is my friend Billie’s house – we were selectman together. Alna is a neat town & Head Tide is a gem.
    My business did some estimates for Billie, but never actually worked on the house. It has great potential. It is structurally sound, but needs systems updates. The rear view across the valley is wonderful. The Sheepscot is an Atlantic Salmon river. The old 2 foot gauge railroad line ran behind house, down by the river. One day our museum (19th C. steam trains) may actually may actually lay rail that far North so we (I’m treasurer of the W&Q) can access the Historic (1838) Head Tide Church. The museum is determined to never get too popular, but think about being able to take a steam train to your wedding ceremony – and watching them go by from your back porch.

  4. 67drake67drake says: 288 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1993, hey Iā€™m still looking! Boring
    Iowa County , WI

    Maybe Iā€™m weird, but I love the look of pained stairs and floors when the paint is worn away from years of use.

  5. SueSue says: 534 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1802 Cape

    Maine is a treasure trove of homes like this. Since working from home now is so prevalent with companies now Maine is a wonderful place to put down roots. Two international airports makes it easy to travel for business. My husband has been doing it for 17 years. If winter doesn’t scare you Maine is a very lovely place to live.

    • Martha says: 3 comments

      That’s what I did – I brought my job with me from Arizona and now I’m happily ensconced in a beautiful old fixer upper in Bucksport!

  6. Dianna white says: 17 comments

    I really love this house, so much potential and the creek behind it is great


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