c. 1830 – Dover Foxcroft, ME

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Added to OHD on 9/13/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   5 Comments

29 Farm Rd, Dover Foxcroft, ME 04426

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  • $124,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2260 Sq Ft
  • 8 Ac.
8 Acre farm with post and beam barn, pond, orchard, gardens, and a commercial grade workshop. This antique could use some love and updates, but has good bones, and fantastic views...at the end of a town-maintained road, with trails stretching on beyond, this place feels like you are at the top of the world! Historic details, wood and oil heat, wide plank flooring, and a bathroom on both floors...FA School district, and many opportunities for community programs, recreation and activities. GORGEOUS antique cookstove, amazing poultry keep, and fenced pastures, make this the perfect, small, working farm.
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Dorothea "Dolly" Perkins, Realty of Maine
(207) 942-6310
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5 Comments on c. 1830 – Dover Foxcroft, ME

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  1. SherryLynnSherryLynn says: 101 comments
    Marion, AR

    OMG! LOVE this!! A little sprucing up and it would be wonderful!! 🙂

  2. C.LouiseC.Louise says: 75 comments
    1925 Craftsman
    Red Lodge, MT

    That’s move in ready for me. Fabulous.

  3. This is probably naive of me, but are structures like that old barn safe? Cam those structures even be repaired?

  4. GypsyGypsy says: 224 comments
    New ext, vintage int.

    I want the stove!!

    My aunt and uncle lived in this town for over 50 years. It’s a cute little town with very friendly people, and lots of pretty old houses. Not far from Bar Harbor and very “Country Living” area….I was always so relaxed when I visited there.

    They lived in an old house in town for years until they built one in the country.

  5. CateCate says: 278 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Milwaukee, WI

    “Heaven, I’m in heaven …and my heart beats so that I can hardly speak”…

    And to answer HRChristian’s question — I think these old buildings were built for sturdiness and though this one seems to have seen many a storm, I wouldn’t hesitate to enter it. Now, if the property were mine I’d have a professional come in and see to how reassure the structure. Don’t anyone kill me for this, but I think I’d see about some paint on it for preservation. Sometimes one has to give way to practicality or the whole thing could be lost – GASP!


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