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The four-bedroom log house was built in 1993. The house lies at the height of a hill with lovely views of the surrounding mountains and of the property’s open fields and barn. The first floor consists of an open plan kitchen, living room and dining area with cathedral ceilings, as well as a bathroom and two bedrooms. The second floor contains two bedrooms and a bathroom, with a loft that overlooks the living room/kitchen. The house also has a large walk-in basement.
Gross living area: 2,462 square feet; Rooms: 7; Bedrooms: 4; Bathrooms: 2. The house is heated with wood and propane.
The land lies just northeast of Rangeley and west of Stratton in Lang Township, Franklin County. The property consists of approximately 124 acres of land lying along Kennebago Road (also known as Kennebago Settlement Road) and offers mountain views in all directions, including Bigelow and Sugarloaf to the east and Saddleback to the south. The property is known locally as the Nile Farm after Erma and Lloyd Nile who farmed the land for more than 50 years. The property itself is highly scenic, with open rolling fields along the roads, which are bounded by woods at the back of the property. Approximately 42 acres of the property consists of open land, and there is a spring-fed farm pond.
Infrastructure on the property consists of a barn and a log house. The barn is in good condition, with a new roof, a hay loft, four milking stalls and a concrete floor.
The property is a short drive to the Sugarloaf and Saddleback ski areas and there are also numerous maintained ATV and snowmobile trails nearby.
This farmland is best suited for small-scale vegetable production, blueberries (and other berries),fruit trees, Christmas trees, pasture and livestock (small-scale).
The information herein is believed to be accurate, but not warranted and should be verified by the buyer. Property sold subject to Conservation Easement
Source: MAINE FARMS REALTY