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Historic Home For Sale | Lubec, Maine

549 County Road Lubec ME 04652

Price$179,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1349826

  • Residential
  • Address 549 County Road
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 2

Enjoy this 1786 renovated New Englander surrounded by 6.6 acres of mostly fields.  For the first time in five generations, this New England style home and land is being offered for sale.  The home has been meticulously renovated, keeping the feel of the old with a blend of the new. New heating and electrical systems have been put in place.  As you enter the home from the country porch, a mud room offers a place to sit and remove your shoes and a place to hang your coat. The kitchen offers hardwood floors, Cherrywood cabinets, and deep stainless steel sink – just right for filling that pot for lobsters and clams! The pantry still remains with some updates. Formica counter, Kohler cast iron sink, tile backsplash, birch cabinets and tile flooring. The living room, den (which could be a downstairs bedroom) and full bath complete the first floor. The hall and foyer lead to the 2nd floor where there are three bedrooms, a full bath with custom cabinets and a laundry room.  Lots of little extras.  Outside the wrap-around porch provides shade on the hot summer days and some shelter from those late afternoon showers.  Relax with your favorite beverage and enjoy the wildlife flying overhead – eagles, ravens, osprey and more.  Light up the grill on those days when it is just too hot to cook in-side.  Just a short distance away – a new public park is going in for hiking, walking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.  From the park you can look over to your waterfront. Creating a very private waterfront for you with no other buildings in site.  If you’d rather create your own trails, you can hike to your own little island at the tip of your property.  With over 12,000 acres of conservation lands open to the public, there is something for everyone. Grab your kayak and explore the inner bays, hike the trails and discover Downeast Maine for a summers or a lifetime! Start creating memories now! Year round or seasonal, Downeast Maine is the place to be.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Country Home for Sale in Lubec, Maine

432 County Road Lubec ME 04652

Price$159,000

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MLS Number 1411572

  • Residential
  • Address 432 County Road
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathroom 2

Located on the outskirts of the coastal community of Lubec, this 4 bedroom Dutch Colonial is surrounded by 1.57± acres of manicured lawn and perennial gardens. The first floor consists of an eat-in kitchen, living room, home office, full bath, and heated breezeway. The second floor offers 4 bedrooms and a full bath. The heated breezeway leads to a 1-car heated garage and a finished exercise room. Above the exercise room and garage is an efficiency apartment with kitchen, living room with gas fireplace, bedroom, and bath. Decks with views of the land are off the kitchen/living room and the bedroom. Great opportunity to live in the house and enjoy income from the apartment.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Country Home for Sale in Lubec, Maine

660 County Road Lubec ME 04652

Price$152,000

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MLS Number 1411079

  • Residential
  • Address 660 County Road
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 2
  • Rooms 5

This well-maintained country home sits on 3.9 acres and offers a 4 room 822 sq. ft. In-law apartment. Surrounded by fields, flowers, and gardens, this home sits high and dry and offers great income potential. Live on one side and rent the other to help with the mortgage. A 12x18 storage garage is sited at the beginning of the circular driveway. Sit on the back deck and enjoy the deer grazing, eagles soaring, and the cool breezes. Just minutes away are public lands for hiking, biking, walking, launching boats, and exploring. Lubec is a coastal community and summertime finds visitors from across the US and beyond. We share an international bridge with Campobello Island, Canada, the gateway to Roosevelts Summer Retreat, now an international park.

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Maine Coastal Home for Sale in Lubec

105 County Road Lubec ME 04652

Price$187,000

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MLS Number 1344910

  • Residential
  • Address 105 County Road
  • Location Near Town
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 3

This cozy Cape style home sits high on the banks of Johnsons Bay and surrounded by 1.75 acres. A paved drive leads to the home and detached one bay garage.  The first floor consists of a mud room, office/family room w/ half bath, Kitchen, dining room with sliding doors leading to a deck, first floor bedroom and full bath.  The second floor has two bedrooms and a half bath.  The land is open and has a few shade trees.  Lubec is a coastal community where fishing and clamming are still the main source of income for most local families. The town is surrounded by 90 miles of shorefront – deep water and tidal an over 2,800 acres of public lands in Lubec alone.  There is something for everyone – hiking, biking, kayaking, 4 wheeling and boating in the summer to snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and skating in the winter. Great location for the out-door enthusiast.  Summer also makes way for the arts with Summer Keys – a musical program where enthusiasts come from all over to be immersed in their studies while enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of coastal Lubec.  LUBEC – a great place to live, work and play!

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Cove Land For Sale in Trescott TWP, Maine

Lot 9.4 Raft Cove Trescott Twp ME 04652

Price$43,700

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MLS Number 1408726

  • Land
  • Address Lot 9.4 Raft Cove
  • Acreage 1.3

Enjoy the peaceful setting of this 1.2 acre waterfront parcel located on a private road. It is a wooded lot, mostly level, but a slight dip to the shoreline. Just a few lots down is preserved land for hiking and exploring. The property has 200+/- feet on the shore with eastern exposure. Easy access for launching a kayak or canoe to explore the cove or Cobscook Bay and it’s many islands and rock bound shore. Great location for that special getaway or forever home in an unorganized township where animals outnumber humans! Trescott is a rural seaside community of a little over 300 full time residents. It covers about 25 square miles near the most northeastern tip of the US. Trescott has been a part of Maine’s 10 million acre unorganized territory and has no local government since the town de-organized in 1945. It is regulated by the State of Maine and the Division of LUPC (Land Use Planning Commission). Taxes are lower than otherwise typical in Maine and children living within an unorganized township attend school in nearby towns. Trescott is informally divided into north and south regions. The phrase “you can’t get there from here” somewhat applies when traveling from North Trescott to South Trescott and having to leave town in order to get to the other part of town! In the Southern part of Trescott is the typical Bold Coast of Downeast Maine with sheer cliffs dropping down to the crashing surf below with a few coves, brooks and estuaries at sea level. There are a number of preserved parcels along this rocky coastline open to the public for exploration and enjoyment. The Northern portion offers a number of bays and inner streams and brooks to be enjoyed. Cobscook Bay on which this property has frontage in Raft Cove, has the highest density of nesting bald eagles in the northeastern United States. The bay’s waters are exceptionally productive and host a high diversity of plant and animal species. The tide rises and falls an extraordinary 24 feet, each changing of the tide brings a fresh supply of nutrients from the ocean which support growth of seaweeds and algae. These nutrients are then eaten by shellfish and other animals. During spring and fall migrations, thousands of shorebirds use Cobscook Bay as a stopover for resting and feeding. Cobscook Bay is just one small area of Washington County teaming with wildlife and the unspoiled beauty of the easternmost County in the United States. A great place to live, work and play for a season or a lifetime. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18-22’; the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs and unnamed beauty. Truly, one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one doesn’t have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Coastal Homesite For Sale | Lubec, Maine

Lot 4 Blackwood Lane Lubec ME 04652

Price$27,600

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1407836

  • Land
  • Address Lot 4 Blackwood Lane
  • Acreage 1.23

Enjoy the cool breezes from the mighty Atlantic from this 1.23± acre lot. Located in a small subdivision just off the Boot Cove road, the lot has been surveyed and soil tested. The property is located just minutes from Hamilton Cove preserve, a pebble beach that is open to the public. The wooded lot allows one to choose which trees and brush to clear for a homesite. Build your dream home or get-away just minutes from the bold coast of Maine. Not ready to build yet? Put your camper there and enjoy the area while you decide where to build. Lubec is a coastal community and summertime finds visitors from across the US and other countries. It is the most easterly town in the US and home to the famous West Quoddy Head Light House which marks the most easterly point in the United States and greets the sun first each morning as it spreads its rays across our nation. Lubec has over 90 miles of shorefront and the area offers over 12,000 acres of preserved public lands and parks. Take a hike on one of the many trails at West Quoddy Head State Park, Hamilton Cove or the Pike Lands; grab your kayak or canoe and launch from any number of public sites to experience the ebb and flow of our great tides and explore the island studded bays. Lubec is also home to Summer Keys – a music program that attracts adult students from all over. They come here every year for a week or two to study with artists that have mastered their chosen instrument and on Wednesdays the staff put on a grand concert – free to the public. There is so much to share – from the pristine beauty of the area, the diverse programs offered in the summer, the sleepy winters that bring about winter activities – both indoor and out. Downeast Maine – a great place to be year-round or seasonal. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18-22’; the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs and unnamed beauty. Truly, one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one doesn’t have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. A great area to live for a season or a lifetime!

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Coastal Country Home For Sale | Cutler, Maine

459 Number 9 Road Cutler ME 04626

Price$219,000

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MLS Number 1406210

  • Residential
  • Address 459 Number 9 Road
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 2
  • Rooms 6

Easy one story living in this 28 x 48’ Ranch surrounded by 7± acres and abutting state land. This stick built home has an easy floor plan with spacious bedrooms and an open kitchen, living room and dining room. The master bedroom is spacious and has an en suite bath. Outside the home has cedar shingles and a metal roof for easy maintenance. A 38 x 38 garage offers plenty of space to house a commercial fishing vessel, RV or any number of recreational “toys”. The 7± acre lot has frontage on Schooner Brook and is one of the boundaries for this property. The other side of Schooner Brook is part of the State of Maine Cutler Trail. Cutler Harbor, a deep-water harbor and home to Cutler’s commercial fishing fleet, is located just a short 3 miles from here. You can moor your commercial or pleasure boat and take advantage of the deep water and protected harbor. If boating is not for you, you are just a ½ mile from the parking lot for the Cutler Coast Public Reserve Land and Trails. This 12,334-acre preserve covers an expanse if blueberry barrens, peat bogs and woodlands with a 4.5 mile of headlands (interspersed by pocket coves and cobble beaches) overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Hikers can enjoy 10 miles of trails, three remote tent sites and spectacular views from the property's steep cliffs-part of the dramatic "Bold Coast" that extends from Cutler to Lubec. Washington County is sometimes referred to as the "Sunrise County" because it includes the eastern most point in the United States, and where many believe the sun first rises on the forty-eight contiguous states. Blueberries play a major role; nearly 85% of the world's supply of wild blueberries comes from Washington County. Lobsters accounted for over $45 million dollars of economic activity in 2014. Washington County was established June 25, 1789 in conjunction with Hancock County. Originally Washington County stretched along the eastern border of New Brunswick all the way to the disputed northern boundary with Canada. Machias was established as the shiretown and is just a half hour drive from this home. The county covers 3,258 square miles with 695 square miles of water, or 21% of the land mass. The population is located, for the most part, along the coast. The county is so large that it takes four hours to drive from one end to the other. During that drive you will enjoy the ever-changing topography. From the great rock formations, lakes and streams and wide-open expanses - some with large blueberry barrens. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Enjoy all that Downeast Maine has to offer for a season or a lifetime!

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Historic Riverfront Home For Sale | Whiting, Maine

340 US Route 1 Whiting ME 04628

Price$172,500

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MLS Number 1404234

  • Residential
  • Address 340 US Route 1
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 2

This 1900’s New England Farmhouse sits high above the Orange River and offers over 700’ of shorefront. The home has been updated to today’s standards and a lovely addition with gas fireplace has added. A sunroom was also added where one can sit and soak up the winter sun to help fight the winter blues. There is a small bath off the first floor bedroom. The cozy kitchen is centrally located to the dining room, living room, and master bedroom with bath on the first floor. A foyer closet accommodates the stackable washer and dryer and accesses the country porch on the front of the home. The second floor has a nice landing large enough for a small library and reading area. Two bedrooms and a full bath all expand off this central landing. The home has undergone many updates—a replacement septic system with leach field was installed in 2009, that same year a new Hot Air (propane) furnace was installed, and in 2016 the additions were added and a metal roof installed.   Outside you will find perennial gardens, paths thru the land, a screened in deck near the waterfront, a large workshop and a bunk house. The screened in deck is great for entertaining - with the roar of the river flowing by, a kitchen area for cooking and tables to enjoy your meals with friends. Great place to unwind and enjoy great friends! The workshop is about 1200 sq. feet with several bays - one for painting, one for making and one to display your crafts. There is a small 200 sq. ft. bunkhouse that can be used for guests wanting their own space at night. Great Location for Home Business. The town of Whiting is a small town of approximately 54 sq. miles of rural and coastal homes. The term you can’t get there from here seems to fit this town as the town is divided between the coastal homes along Rt. 191S and the inland and lakefront homes on and around Rt. 1 some 15 miles or so away - unless of course you go as the crow flies bushwacking thru the brush and trees between the two roads! Along with the coastal land along Holmes Bay, there are numerous lakes and streams in and around Rt. 1. Indian, Orange, Rocky and Roaring Lakes and part of Gardner Lake are located in Whiting as is Mill Pond and Mill Pond Dam. You don’t have to travel far for some good fishing! Access to Sunrise Trails, an 85-mile multi-use trail built along a former rail corridor runs from Washington Junction in Hancock to Ayers Junction in Pembroke, is just up the road next to the town office. It is ideal for snowmobiling, ATVing, walking, bicycling, cross-country skiing and horseback riding and is open year-round. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18-22’; the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs and unnamed beauty. Truly, one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one doesn’t have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. A great place to live and play - for a season or a lifetime!

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Lot 25-26 Coffins Neck Road Lubec ME 04652

MLS Number 1337101

  • Land
  • Acreage 6.6

6+/- acres and 410' on beautiful Straight Bay. Enjoy the beautiful sunsets, the sounds of the seals playing in the changing tides or basking on the ledges, walk to ledges, walk to the Island at low tide and so much more. This wooded parcel can be divided. Driveway in on one lot, soil tested and ready for your dream get-away or forever home.

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Historic Home With Ocean Views in Trescott, Maine

15 Jones Road Trescott Twp ME 04652

Price$145,000

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MLS Number 1404016

  • Residential
  • Address 15 Jones Road
  • Location Near Public Beach
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 2

Historic Bailey’s Mistake NE Farm House on .60 acres. Located in Tescott Township, this antique farmhouse offers distant views out over Bailey’s Mistake and the mighty Atlantic. Sit on the country porch and enjoy the cool sea breeze or relax on the deck in the hot tub and let all the tension of a busy day melt away. Inside the home there is an eat-in kitchen, sitting room, office and living room and bath on the first floor. The second floor has three bedrooms and a large walk-in closet with ½ bath. Great views from the bedroom windows. Walk to the sandy beach at Bailey’s Mistake just a short distance from home. Enjoy strolls along the beach or cool your toes in the brisk waters of the Atlantic. Just a short drive from here one has access to over 4000 acres of public lands in near by Lubec and over 12,000 acres of land in Cutler. Each site offers a unique view of the Bay of Fundy and the Mighty Atlantic. You will find trails to hike and bike, places to picnic and launch your kayak or canoe. Something for everyone. Trescott is a rural seaside community of a little over 300 full time residents. It covers about 25 square miles near the most northeastern tip of the US. With such a small year-round population, Trescott has been a part of Maine’s 10 million acre unorganized territory and has no local government since the town de-organized in 1945. It is regulated by the State of Maine and the Division of LUPC (Land Use Planning Commission). Taxes are lower than otherwise typical in Maine and children living within an unorganized township attend school in nearby towns. Trescott is informally divided into north and south regions. The phrase “you can’t get there from here” somewhat applies when traveling from North Trescott to South Trescott and having to leave town in order to get to the other part of town! In the Southern part of Trescott is the typical Bold Coast of Downeast Maine with sheer cliffs dropping down to the crashing surf below with a few coves, brooks and estuaries at sea level. There are a number of preserved parcels along this rocky coastline open to the public for exploration and enjoyment. The Northern portion offers a number of bays and inner streams and brooks to be enjoyed. Washington County is a lot of things. It is the most gorgeous, has the deepest cargo port, the longest coastline including the Bold Coast, the highest tides, and produces the most lobster and clam landings. What Washington County does not have is lots of traffic lights (only three in the whole county), an interstate, a Red Lobster Restaurant, or poisonous snakes. Known as the Sunrise County, Washington County welcomes the first rays of sun to shine on the US each day. With tides averaging between 18-22’; the bold, salt-sprayed shoreline of Downeast Maine offers deserted beaches, quiet hiking trails, rugged cliffs and unnamed beauty. Truly, one of the last frontiers on the Eastern seaboard, one doesn’t have to go far to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. With 2 cities, 44 towns and a population of approximately 32,000, Washington County is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined.

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Coastal Historic Home For Sale | Lubec, Maine

158 Main Street Lubec ME 04652

Price$145,000

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MLS Number 1403313

  • Residential
  • Address 158 Main Street
  • Location Near Town
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 1

Located in the coastal village of Lubec, this 3 bedroom historic home sits on a little knoll overlooking pristine Johnson’s Bay. Enjoy the glorious sunsets from the small deck in the front or from the comfort of the home. Outside the yard is dotted with perennial gardens and surrounded by trees which help shade the sun or those hot summer days. If you like to walk, it is an easy walk to all the town convenience. Built in 1902 as a simple New England Farm style home, the home features some original features such as the ornate door hardware and white and black porcelain glass knobs. The home has had many updates including new wood stove & chimney liner, renovated bathroom including new plumbing, new windows complete with lead remediation for the areas disturbed, stockade door and completely rewired all in 2015. A new boiler, water heater and kitchen floor re-done in 2014. Also the kitchen walls/floors were painted and suspended ceilings removed with new ceilings put in place. In 2018 the exterior was painted. Local tile accents adorn the kitchen walls and original hardware was left on the interior doors. The town of Lubec is the most easterly town in the United States and home to West Quoddy Head Lighthouse. The lighthouse has been leading sailors and fishermen safely home since 1808 when the original tower was built. The tower that stands today was built in 1853. Fishing is still a major way of life for a lot of residents. Quoddy Head State Park if 541 acres of hiking trails along some of the rugged coastline, inner peat bogs, highlands and rocky beaches. There are over 4000 acres of public lands in Lubec alone. With over 90 miles of shorefront the town has numerous opportunities for easy public access. Washington County is also known as the Sunrise County because it is the first County to greet the sunrise each day. Located in “downeast” Maine - the county is defined by the bold ocean to its east and the highlands to its west. Washington County has a number of border crossings to our Northern neighbor, Canada. With a population of around 32,000 - it is one of the more rural counties in Maine. The Sunrise Trail is an 85 mile trail along the old railroad tracks and go from Calais in Washington County to Ellsworth in Hancock County. The traverse the interior of Washington County and meander out to Machias and back thru the woods, fields and hills to Hancock County. It is a multi-use trail for hiking, biking, 4-wheeling and horseback riding. In the winter there is cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Other club trails can be accessed from the Sunrise Trail that take you to lakes, ponds and trails headed West. Great way to enjoy the wildlife and raw beauty of the area.

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27-32 Lively Brook Road Whiting ME 04691

MLS Number 1289088

  • Land
  • Acreage 41

This 41+/-acre parcel in the Lively Brook area of Whiting offers rolling wooded terrain with maple, birch, and hackmatach, with scattered of fird, pine and spruce. A small brook runs thru the property seasonally. The access is thru a seasonal unmaintained road winding thru the woods and ATV trails. Great location for off the grid hunting camp or 4 season recreation including snowmobiling, ATV riding and more. Close to numerous lakes and the ocean.

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