c. 1920 – West Bath, ME – $199,900

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Added to OHD on 10/31/19   -   Last OHD Update: 11/1/19   -   5 Comments

17 Crooked Spruce Dr, West Bath, ME 04530

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  • $199,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 968 Sq Ft
  • 0.11 Ac.
Uniquely wondrous and charmed cottage in the classic Maine vernacular sits gently on its lot, with broad western views all the way to Harpswell. Enjoy the vintage style and finish while updating structural components in need of attention. There are few coves like Sabino, where weekly pot luck suppers at the community hall are follows by auctions, bingo, and all the fixings of Maine summer communities. Screened porch, access to beach and deepwater mooring area directly in front of cottage allow for perfect combination of boating, views, and low taxes. This home does not have a well or septic, and we believe it will be serving its next owners this way, too. There is power, outhouse, and dry sink with graywater outlet. A cottage like no other!!
Contact Information
S. Curtis Fish, Sharon Drake Real Estate
(207) 443-1005
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5 Comments on c. 1920 – West Bath, ME – $199,900

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  1. JulieJulie says: 271 comments
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    1997 1 storey contemporary

    This has a lot of potential and is the kind of place I would expect to see the awesome crew from Maine Cabin Masters tackle.

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3207 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    I love me a good cabin but no running water might be a deal breaker for this girl! Fantastic otherwise!

  3. brigidbrigid says: 391 comments
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    1930, but remuddled in the 70s-trying to back date it now... Eclectic Lake Cabin
    Smalltown, OK

    Cute little cottage and the setting reminds me of my own property. I, too, would want to put running water in the house, but by the way the description reads it sounds like there maybe some regulations against it. I know living on a lake myself there are lots of rules about wells and septic systems.

  4. VictoriaroseVictoriarose says: 4 comments
    1890 Victorian
    Maxton, NC

    The outhouse in the winter in Maine
    a bit to crazy. Please do your homework to check all
    regulation before buying a home. I bought my old house and I thought all the base were covered. “Surprise”there’s alway something that you missed and you will discovery after closing.😂 Just relax, after all you have fall in love with the house.💝

  5. LSWhitneyLSWhitney says: 14 comments
    Exeter, RI

    A typical Maine summer cottage. No insulation but a fireplace for cool summer evenings and a screened in porch. My oh my how this one takes me back! Our family owned one very like it for years. Including the outhouse! We did have the luxury of running water though. There was a pump in the sink.🤣

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