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Has an orchard! On 32 acres in Maine. Love those barns! Circa 1880. $375,000

I love the old barns on this property! There is even a fruit orchard on the property! This home was built in 1880. It is located on 32 acres in Livermore, Maine. The home features hardwood floors and pretty knotty pine. I would try to undo some of the previous renovations. There is lots of room for gardens or animals! There are 12 acres of pasture. Four bedrooms, one bathroom, and 2,180 square feet $375,000

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From the Zillow listing:

Charming 1880 farmhouse on 32 acres overlooking the Androscoggin River Welcome to this picturesque 4-bedroom, 1-bath farmhouse nestled on 32 acres of beautiful countryside, offering a tranquil retreat with plenty of possibilities. Whether you’re seeking a serene home, a hobby farm, or a creative haven for woodworking or gardening, this property has it all. 4 spacious bedrooms: 1 on the 1st floor and 3 on the 2nd floor, providing flexibility and convenience for your living arrangements. Approximately 12 acres of lush pasture are perfect for grazing animals, growing crops, or simply enjoying the open space. Orchard of fruit trees, including apple, peach, and plum trees, providing a bountiful harvest for fresh, homemade delights. A two-story barn, meticulously rebuilt in 1952, offers endless possibilities for your projects, whether it’s a woodworking shop, storage for your farm equipment, or a space for creative endeavors.The barn boasts a robust 300-amp electrical service, ensuring you have the power you need for any venture you undertake. A serene setting abutting the Androscoggin River provides not only a beautiful natural boundary but also endless opportunities for enjoying the great outdoors. There is ample room for animals and gardens, making it an ideal property for those looking to embrace a self-sustaining lifestyle. This 1880 farmhouse exudes historic charm and character while providing modern amenities for comfortable living. The 32-acre parcel offers privacy and seclusion, making it your own peaceful oasis.

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