1909 – Parsonsfield, ME

Added to OHD on 5/15/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   6 Comments
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51 Federal Rd, Parsonsfield, ME 04047

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  • $199,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3357 Sq Ft
  • 0.7 Ac.
This wonderful, turn of the century Victorian was constructed with the highest quality and workmanship. There is over 3300sf of living space that includes 11 rooms, 4 BR, spacious function rooms in both the house and barn and an elevator. Just a few miles to Cornish Village and close to skiing, boating and all Vacationland has to offer. This grand home is a perfect candidate to convert to a great Bed & Breakfast!
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Paul Howe, Cote & Howe Realty
(207) 625-3222
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6 Comments on 1909 – Parsonsfield, ME

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  1. BethHBethH says: 247 comments
    1999 Dutchess County, NY

    Love this house and ME in general – but do wish it wasn’t sitting so close to the road. That built-in china cabinet in the diningroom is so beautiful. Can anyone explain why at least two of the radiators are sitting on such an odd angle? I’ve never seen anything like that before.

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    • Ewes999Ewes999 says: 18 comments
      1920 PA

      When steam rads leak or the water doesn’t drain from them after condensing from the steam, rads are tipped to aid them draining. These are quite radically tipped, but perhaps they also need packing (’round the valve) and the ppl didn’t know what else to do. It totally made me giggle; and I was further amused that your comment, the first one, made mention of them. 🙂 PS – Love this house, too!

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    • They may be a steam heat radiators , some need a slight incline for the water that settles to the bottom of the radiators so then it can run back through the system .

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  2. SalleeSallee says: 22 comments
    1893 cottage
    MS

    A little lipstick and some makeup and this would be a beautiful
    lady once again. Wish she was not in snow country.
    Beth, the radiators may be “winterized” so on an odd angle to drain.

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  3. r myersr myers says: 17 comments
    1967 raised ranch
    Shawnee, KS

    Beautiful grand lady. Yet not exactly the type of kitchen I imagined for such a grand house.

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  4. MichaelMichael says: 3166 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    I love the attached carriage house. At first I thought it was out of the ordinary to see it attached but it is a recurring theme up and down the street! Makes sense considering the winters they must have here!

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