1. Farm ID 3488
Property Description:

This classic Maine homestead features a large colonial home with ell and attached garage, an antique barn with spacious carriage house, a separate 2-car garage, and 24 acres of fields, bordered on the south and west by 60 acres of magnificent woods, permanently conserved by the Maine Woodland Owners—available for walking, birding and recreation. This property has been owned since 1865 by four generations of the same family and showcases the rich history of Auburn as a shoe-making center; the first pair of shoes made in Auburn was cut in the front parlor around 1835, starting an industry that flourished in the West Auburn community until 1880. The antique barn (40' x 50' floor base) was built with hand-hewn beams and wooden fastenings and was reportedly the largest barn in Androscoggin County at the time. The cow lane, bordered by two stone walls, leads to the back fields. The soil quality of the fields is suitable for crops, orchards and hay. 4 Acres on the adjacent side of North Auburn Road would also be ideal for an orchard or crops as it is not zoned as a build-able lot.
The location of this property is ideal--minutes from downhill skiing at Lost Valley, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at Auburn Nordic Trails, boating on Lake Auburn, walking and skiing on the Spring Road, shopping and hospitals in downtown Lewiston-Auburn, and the Auburn turnpike entrance and airport.

Farmhouse details:
The large colonial home (2900sf) has character and charm with wide pumpkin pine floors, fireplaces, iron latches, 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, renovated kitchen with new wood stove, dining room with built-in china closets, and library lined with bookcases. The home is suitable for 1-level living with a full bath, laundry and an adjoining room which could be used as a bedroom, or a den, located on the first floor. A living room and family room round out the expansive first floor of the house. Upstairs are two large bedrooms, two smaller bedrooms, an office and a second full bath. Recent upgrades such as new windows, vinyl siding, newer forced hot air furnace and water heater, and 25-year roof shingles on the main house have maintained the structural integrity of the property and created a sturdy palette for the next owner. Attached to the house is an ell which contains a dry food storage room and access to the attic and attached garage with workshop above.

Priced at $525,000

Realtor Contacts: Barbara Trafton (207) 754-0253 barbaratrafton@gmail.com and Jackie Sawyer (207) 749-6849
jackie.sawyer@beangroup.com

 

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

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Listing Address:
76 North Auburn Road, Auburn, ME, USA 04210
Main name: Barbara Trafton - Listing Broker
Contact Information
Phone: 207-574-0253
Listing Date: November 2, 2020 00:00
Organic:
  • Follows Practices
Price: $525,000.00
Total Acres: 25
Acres in Pasture: 15
Woodlot Acres: 6
Tillable Acres: 4
Farm House: Yes
Predominant Soil Type: Charlton Loam and Sutton Loam
ME County:
  • Androscoggin
Suitable for Growing:
  • Apple/Fruit
  • Berries
  • Flowers
  • Hay/Forage
  • Herbs
  • Horses
  • Livestock
  • Pasture
  • Poultry
  • Sheep
  • Vegetables
Tenure Interests:
  • Standard Sale
Farm Structure(s):
  • Barns
  • Storage
  • Shop
  • Other Housing
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