Warren, ME – $390,000

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Added to OHD on 2/19/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/19/19   -   13 Comments
672 Atlantic Hwy, Warren, ME 04864

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  • $390,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2900 Sq Ft
  • 15.06 Ac.
A unique opportunity with many possibilities. This former Llama Farm could be utilized as retail space, commercial space, storage space or a working farm again. The lovely vintage home is nicely situated on 15 acres. Two large well maintained and updated barns offer many uses with excellent road frontage on busy route #1. Currently one houses a fully outfitted workshop with wood working equipment, an attractive retail space and endless storage both on first and second floors. The large barn could suit many needs or serve as a farm building as originally intended. Many updates in the barns. New windows, new foundation, new roofs, large industrial automatic doors and some areas with propane heat. Newer septic/leach field, drilled well and so much more. Extraordinary property. Come take a look.
Contact Information
Janice Samson, RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn
(207) 236-9626
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13 Comments on Warren, ME – $390,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10342 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Build date given is 1920 but I’m betting this home started smaller a few decades earlier.

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    • MikeMike says: 181 comments

      If I had my guess, I would say that the section of the house with the front-facing gable would be from the early to mid 1800s, while the left side with the enclosed front porch would be circa 1910-1920. Not sure about the rear with the side porch…

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  2. AvatarClund says: 146 comments

    This house has that built in stages look to it. I’m not saying that’s bad, in an old house it has a charm. I actually like this house and it’s barns. The property with all those trees is quite beautiful. It is a farm house and that just makes me happy. I grew up in a 1902 farm house and this has that same simplicity. I can imagine the smell of bread baking.

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  3. MikeMike says: 181 comments

    I think I’m in love…and I guess my “country heritage” is why at first glance, I thought picture #11 was the inside of the outhouse! 🙂

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    • AvatarJoe says: 635 comments

      OK, I give up, what room in what building is picture #11? What could be a great farm has no pictures of rooms, just pictures of windows, doors walls and corners. For example, the only room that I see with a bed in it shows a corner with 2 doors, 2 chests of drawers, and the foot of a bed. Why aren’t there any rooms with more than one picture or at least a picture of the whole room? I don’t think that there are any interior shots of the red barn. I have no clue what the potential retail space……… I won’t go on, but I really like the look of the place. I just can’t tell anything about it from the pics.

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      • AvatarHolly R says: 3 comments

        They’re suggesting all or part be used for retail–house or barn.

      • MikeMike says: 181 comments

        OK, I may have some answers; the red barn is no longer red. The aerial picture must be older, the barns have both been restored since it was taken. The red barn is now the gray barn with the shingle siding, and I think that a lot of the interior barn shots are of it. Study the rooflines, and you can see what I am talking about. I do wish that there were more (better) pictures of the house interior.

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  4. AvatarJo Ann Graham says: 63 comments

    Wow! That is a lot of property — land and buildings — for that amount of money.

    • AvatarHolly R says: 3 comments

      I agree the section without the side porch is older. It looks just like our place, just about 10 miles away.
      Ours is 1860! So it probably started and lives up to “big house, littlehouse, back house, barn”!

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  5. AvatarCatherine B Cooper says: 182 comments

    Gorgeous, and I want it!!

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