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This is a rare opportunity to own a classic antique cape style home with a huge barn PLUS 119 acres of fields and woods. Imagine the possibilities of creating your own agriculture or livestock farm complete with a woodlot for firewood, hunting, trails, ATV and more. Drilled well, wood stove, 3-4 bedrooms, open kitchen & living room. Huge barn that has endless opportunities and was once used for poultry and could be for boat storage with some work. The wooded land was cut 4-6 years ago and has many trails for hunting, ATV, snowshoeing and has interesting topography; the pastures and fields are 20+ acres and could be good for livestock. Echo Lake & Tilton Pond nearby and only 10 minutes to Kents Hill School & 30 to Augusta.

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Listed by Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate/The Masiello Group

Listing Sold by RE/MAX Riverside

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