Hill Side Farm has been open pasture land and forest going back many generations. My wife and I had a dream to build a gentleman's farm in Maine. We purchased the land and built our home here in 2002, and have been enjoying a pastoral life. The land has always been handled in a completely organic way, and know that fertilizers and pesticides have never been used. We have been raising chickens and other fowl, rabbits, and goats.
Our barns can handle larger animals, such as cows or horses. We have been gardening in vegetables and flowers. We know that our 15 acres could handle so much more for new Maine farmers. The soil is prime farmland soil. Also, the wildlife we see on a daily basis strolling through our property never fails to amaze us!
This impeccable country home has manicured lawns, connecting fields, forest, gardens, and a small pond. It is private and expansive, containing 15 acres. The home has been lovingly maintained since it was built in 2002. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths with forced hot air heating. The master bedroom has a master bath with a double vanity ,jetted tub, and a walk-in closet. The two car garage is insulated, with a workshop area, and also has a large, finished room above. The outbuildings can house large and small animals, tools, and grounds-keeping equipment. The view from the delightful farmer's porch is spectacular. There is a spacious deck on the back of the house with it's own out-door kitchen. The back of the home faces fields, barns, and forest. This gentleman's farm is move-in ready!
Priced at $299,900
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