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73 Elm Street

73 Elm Street, Newfield, ME 04095

$675,000
This beautiful 1813 farmhouse (4800 SF) has been lovingly restored in 2021 with modern heating, electrical wiring, plumbing, 40 new windows, tasteful new kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and large center island, new bathrooms, and every surface refinished in the primary living area. Property is also benefitted by potential for additional living space or apartment in the main structure, large former general store with second floor ballroom and huge attached barn (6672 SF), carriage house (4500 SF), on 7 acre lot including scenic waterfront on Morse Pond which empties by waterfall into Chellis Brook. Formerly the Willow Brook Village Museum, the property has huge parking lot and many potential uses including an events or wedding facility, retail, home occupation, multifamily, professional offices and many others. See attached zoning and colorful history of the property.

4
beds

2
baths

4,800 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

7 Acres lot

Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms4
  • Total bathrooms2
  • full bathroom1
  • half bathroom1
  • Flooring Wood
  • other interior Features Attic, Bathtub, Laundry - Hookup, Out Building, Porch

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area4,800 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area7 Acres
  • MLS® ID1506265
  • TypeRESIDENTIAL
  • YEAR BUILT1813
  • Architecture StylesFarmhouse, Greek-Revival
  • Water FrontageY
  • View DescriptionScenic

Exterior

  • water SourcePrivate
  • roofFiberglass
  • parking21 Spaces
  • HEAT TYPEHot Water
  • AIR CONDITIONINGNone
  • sewerPrivate Sewer
  • SubstructureWood Siding, Post Beam, Wood Frame
  • other exterior FeaturesClapboard

Financial

  • Sales Price$675,000
  • Real Estate Tax $8,232/yr
  • Zoning Village District
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