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Farm ID 3070

    Farm ID 3070
Property Description:

This property has historical significance being built in 1806 and as well as being the birthplace of the Late James White of the Seven Day Adventist. The house side has on the first floor a kitchen a bath, living room, bedroom and 1 more room which is uses as an office. Off the kitchen there is a 3 season porch and a room which we use as a pantry and for storage room. The second floor has 3 large rooms and an oversized bathroom. Also attached to the house is a woodshed and barn which has been converted to a work shop. Off the house there is a 14 x 14 building used as storage –76 acres of land 28 of which are in fields and the rest is wooded.

The Pond side is 24 +/- acres with 1100 ft +/- of waterfront on Whites pond, a great pond that is 186 acres in size.

The acreage on the pond side is 8 in fields and 16 in woods. Pond side does have a small camp which is grandfathered plus there is a working well which feeds into the barn which 2 stories and sits on the road.

The woods on both sides have not been logged in more than 20 + years so there is plenty of harvestable timber.

Property can be purchased as one or as two separate pieces for they are deeded separately. The fields are currently leased to a local farmer and his payment pays the taxes on the property. The asking price is $478,000 for both sides - the house side is $259,000 and $219,000 for the pond side. We will need to be able to sell both sides before we could make a move.

To be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

“The information herein is believed to be accurate, but not warranted and should be verified by the buyer.”

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Listing Address:
110 Warren Hill Road, Palmyra, ME 04965, United States
Main name: Loujean Reheuser
Co-Applicant: Gregory Reheuser
Contact Information
Phone: 207-938-2974
Current Farm Use: Crop for Dairy cattle
Total Acres: 76
Woodlot Acres: 48
Tillable Acres: 28
Farm House: 1
Predominant Soil Type: Bangor Silt Loam
ME County:
  • Somerset
Suitable for Growing:
  • Apple/Fruit
  • Beef Cows
  • Berries
  • Dairy (Cows)
  • Goats
  • Hay/Forage
  • Herbs
  • Hogs
  • Horses
  • Livestock
  • Pasture
  • Poultry
  • Row Crops
  • Sheep
  • Vegetables
  • Woodlot
Tenure Interests:
  • Standard Sale
Farm Structure(s):
  • Storage
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