1815 – Cushing, ME – $349,000

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Added to OHD on 1/30/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/30/19   -   17 Comments
76 Cross Rd, Cushing, ME 04563

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  • $349,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1998 Sq Ft
  • 58.82 Ac.
Awaken each day to the sound of the birds and wildlife prancing across your very own 58+ acre oasis in Wyeth Country. Beautiful land with protective covenants allowing for endless magnificent sunsets for generations to come. Aside from the existing farmhouse, enjoy the multi-level outbuildings, summer kitchen and structures onsite. Located near the town-owned 'Good Neighbor Park / Fales Park', all allowing a unique and well preserved public access point to the ocean. The home is delightful with many original features remaining intact, looking for new stewards to preserve its beauty for the next century. Call today!
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Elaine Meklin, Cates Real Estate
(207) 701-5600
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17 Comments on 1815 – Cushing, ME – $349,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10360 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I’ll be day dreaming about moving to Maine today. 🙂

  2. AvatarDeniseLynn says: 239 comments

    With a current temp of -2 and wind chills in the negative 20’s, that room full of firewood sure looks good to me!

    • AvatarDen says: 85 comments

      I hope they have more than that. That’s barely more than kindling. 😉

      Also, those are the same temps Maine is due to get tomorrow. Yee haw?

  3. AvatarStacy says: 216 comments

    Looks like I’ll have several faves today!! I want this!! Coming from Texas to -20 wind chills would be a SHOCK lol, but I’d give it a go!!

    • AvatarKarrie says: 230 comments

      You would acclimate to the weather. I moved from Southern California to Bridger Montana in 2008 and the first winter (2008) it was -17 and here I am a beach girl learning to drive in that kind of weather and stay warm. I was there for three years and got used to the weather. You could do it if you loved the place enough to move.

  4. AvatarDen says: 85 comments

    Someone certainly likes their blue.

    The house is gorgeous. I gasped at the kitchen. Oh the time I would spend in there!

    • ErnieErnie says: 217 comments

      Yeah, a little of that color would be a bit much for me, so I would definitely be choosing different colors at the earliest opportunity. What a great place though.

  5. AvatarKen says: 55 comments

    This area along the coast of Maine gets cold, but it’s quite a bit warmer compared to where I live in northern NH as it hit’s -30 a few times each winter. The Olson House, famous in many Wyeth paintings is not far away.

  6. AvatarStephanie Ryder says: 2 comments

    I just want to wake up every morning and step onto those beautiful wide plank floors.

  7. Barbara VBarbara V says: 346 comments

    Wish the agent had included a photo of that antique kitchen stove, and hope it stays! (The heated workshop is pretty amazing, also…)

  8. AvatarSylvia KLEINDINST says: 1 comments

    As an artist, I like the idea of having a studio attached to the house. I would change the colors of the walls, but it is a beautiful area to live!!

  9. AvatarCate says: 182 comments
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    Milwaukee, WI

    OK, so now I REALLY want to move to Maine! I know it gets cold, but in the last two days we have had windchills of -40 and -50 with heavy wind. Our “high” today is -4, so I think I could handle Maine winters.
    Other than toning down some of the color (which is pretty in and of itself when used sparingly), this house is perfect! And that workshop is to die for!
    All this property needs is a greenhouse to make it perfect to me.

  10. AvatarKarrie says: 230 comments

    I would move there in a heartbeat if I could convince my children and grandchildren to move with me. In my dreams. Love this house and the colors.

  11. AvatarSteve H says: 165 comments

    The photo with the tree swing in the yard is picture perfect!

  12. AvatarMarion says: 2 comments

    That wood is for the wood stove and that is why it is split so finely 🌞

    • AvatarDen says: 85 comments

      That’s too fine. They’d have to fill it non-stop.Anyone I know with a woodstove (in Maine, mind) has wood MUCH thicker than that (like cut the trunk in quarters or halves unless overly thick).

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