1795 – Waterboro, ME – $450,000

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Added to OHD on 4/7/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/15/19   -   11 Comments
37 Andrews Ln, Waterboro, ME 04087

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  • $450,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 1600 Sq Ft
  • 62.27 Ac.
1795 Stone Ridge Farm - this is a remodeled antique cape. Home offers 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, kitchen with pantry, Rumford fireplace open in dining room and master bedroom, room for second floor expansion, many updates to electrical, furnace, and roof. The property is situated on 62.27 acres in a total of 5 deeds. Terrific opportunity with loads of potential in a tranquil private setting. This home has it all for the true antique lover with the modern conveniences for today's living. Totally rebuilt 2-level barn and additional guest building. For a Matterport 3D walkthrough tour, please click the video link!
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Wendy Harmon, Keller Williams Realty
(207) 879-9800
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11 Comments on 1795 – Waterboro, ME – $450,000

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  1. AvatarMargaret B. says: 3 comments

    This is a dream property! If we could pull up stakes tomorrow, I’d be all over this one 😍

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  2. Avatarrox says: 62 comments

    Another perfect homestead. Love it.

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    • AvatarStacy says: 148 comments

      Super cute, I really love it!! And there’s enough property to keep busy with adventures!! There’s alot of life, many stories this place could tell & I’d love to be able to see them!!

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  3. AvatarHazel Hayes says: 55 comments

    Yes, the realtor is right, it is indeed a “remodeled” antique cape nevertheless still beautiful.

    The right pigment application would help blend in all of that blinding knotty pine. Inside and out there are many continuous horizontal lines that are monotonous.

    The setting makes the house. How interesting it would be to see early photos of this place.

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  4. AvatarKaren says: 594 comments

    Man, I need to win a BIG lottery.

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  5. AvatarFlaOHDJunkie says: 137 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1902 FL

    Wondering about the upright rectangular stones scattered around the grounds

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  6. AvatarBungalowgirl says: 153 comments

    Yep. Sign me up!

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  7. AvatarPaula Libby says: 33 comments

    We used to live not too far from this house, up on Ross Corner. Back in 1947, there was quite a forest fire that hit the state of Maine in this area and Bar Harbor. So many beautiful old homes were lost in Waterboro and it’s a miracle this one survived the fire of 47 which came quite close to this area of Waterboro and Alfred,Me. where the old Shaker Village was. It’s a real oldie and I would love to know the history or the house and the remodel. I wouldn’t be surprised if the upstairs bedrooms were never fully finished until a later date and probably they were the rooms that the children or the help slept in. Not crazy about all the wood upstairs either, but the rest of the house is to die for if you like them this old. And, to find that many acres within commuting distance of Portland, Me….Wow. A great book about the fire of 47 is The Week Maine Burned and probably shows pictures of Waterboro. You can Google it too and see some old films of the fire.

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  8. AvatarPaula Libby says: 33 comments

    We used to live not too far from this house, up on Ross Corner. Back in 1947, there was quite a forest fire that hit the state of Maine in this area and Bar Harbor. So many beautiful old homes were lost in Waterboro and it’s a miracle this one survived the fire of 47 which came quite close to this area of Waterboro and Alfred,Me. where the old Shaker Village was. It’s a real oldie and I would love to know the history or the house and the remodel. I wouldn’t be surprised if the upstairs bedrooms were never fully finished until a later date and probably they were the rooms that the children or the help slept in. Not crazy about all the wood upstairs either, but the rest of the house is to die for if you like them this old. And, to find that many acres within commuting distance of Portland, Me….Wow. A great book about the fire of 47 is “Wild Fire Loose, The Week Maine Burned” and probably shows pictures of Waterboro. You can Google it too and see some old films of the fire.

  9. AvatarMomof9 says: 95 comments

    MINE!

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  10. JimHJimH says: 4105 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The farm of the Andrews family throughout the 19th Century, and well into the 20th. Daniel Andrews came from Berwick before 1800, his son Daniel Jr. (1797-1876) and grandson Charles C. (1834-1906) lived their entire lives here.
    Although renovated in recent years, earlier changes such as the large windows may have been part of repairs made after the 1947 fire. Original flooring, paneling, and structural beams remain, and renovations using rough-sawn pine and reproduction hardware lend to the authentic feel of the place. The property extends to Moody Pond, and the landscape with its stone walls and megaliths is quite beautiful.

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