Take the farm property listing tour of 72 Framingham Road Littleton Maine 04730.
Tap twice and sit back and take in the open house show and tell right now. Video link for 72 Framingham Road Littleton Maine 04730 farm property listing.
The quick real estate listing facts on this farm for sale in Littleton Maine, in Southern Aroostook County?
Ten room, five bedroom, two bath home. Surveyed 28 acres of land in Maine on the Meduxnekeag River. Two barns, the buildings all metal roofed.
Open land, mixed woods, fertile soil. The home with the two stories of bay window treatments built in 1932. Chalk full of the original woodwork, hardwood floors, wainscoting, The Christian doors and ornate front staircase with stained glass side light. Get the glassed sun porch, patio, coat room, summer kitchen for canning and preserving.
The twin post and beam working barns with connector over 105' long is something most farms never had or that went to their knees, long gone disappearing like the dinosaur that used to roam the Earth.
Did you see the cattle, sheep, chickens in the farm for sale in Maine video?
We like the barn as much as the home and land that is perfectly situation in the heart of northern Maine farm operations.
It's the lifestyle. Knowing where your food came from and the good feeling of raising your family to pitch in and feel a part of the farmstead. Being self sufficient and a jack of all trades on your farmstead in Maine. After that outdoor healthy living with critters or crops? The kids bring in the fresh double orange yellow full size eggs for that omelet. Or to fry up, scramble how ever everyone in the family likes their farm fresh breakfast best.
The master bedroom is new, 26x20. So is the nursey in this home with wood and oil furnaces for heating options. The 745' frontage on the big Maine river, the Meduxnekeag is just the icing to this real estate dream.
There is an attached double garage, an extra rear stairway in the country home that has pretty much been in one family. And loved, steadily improved and maintained over the decades.
Aroostook County is the way life should be, still is if you are not nailed to one hustle bustle fast paced, high crime urban location. Thought about moving, relocating to Maine?
Are you a telecommuter that could bring your job with you? We are wall to wall connected with high speed Internet in the Houlton Maine area. Asking $189,500 for this farmstead in Maine new to the market. The home is big enough for extended living with other loved ones under the same roof line... just like the Walton's did. Listing details link for 72 Framingham Road Littleton Maine 04730.
Look over the survey in the video, listen to the listing details. Study the layout as MOOERS REALTY pulls you through the farm for sale in Maine with the magic of real full motion video saddled up with natural audio live and local from the property location.
Yes, it is a brand smackin' new farm listing and won't last long. The really pretty ones on the water front priced to sell never linger on the current real estate market inventory carousel. Reach out and connect if you like what you see. And local area questions if you are new to these parts, we welcome those too! Our Me In Maine blog posts highlight simple small town rural living in Maine one post at a time. You are buying the area, not just a property when you settle in on Northern Maine real estate.
Check out the covered bridge, the setting in the heart of Northern Maine's farm belt.
Be a hobby or commercial farmer. Maine has four times the average new micro farmers going online to peddle what they raise and make a name for themselves.
Plenty of room in the big barn hay lofts for storage of those square bales from your own Maine farm land.
The good kind with clover, timothy, alfalfa and not packed with golden rod or thistle. Lots more farm land for free hay we can hook you up with too. I grew up on and own a big Maine farm so getting you your own home and land to enjoy is not hard. Let's us help make the dream to own a farm in Maine possible.
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