fixer upper

c.1856 Fixer Upper Connected Farm Complex in Maine Under $45K ~ Sold

22 Main St, Dixfield, ME 04224        $44,900 Sold for $99,312

22 Main St, Dixfield, ME 04224


This sweet fixer upper is just dripping with deliciousness! The home was built in Dixfield, Maine, in 1856. We call the architectural design of this Gothic Revival a connected farm complex. The design originated in England and Wales and evolved in New England so that owners could carry out chores free from harsh winter weather.
The home sits near the center of town. As you can see from the 2018 photo below, the house was most recently employed as an antique shop. There was a lot of stuff there, some I would have liked myself.


This fixer upper could be your dream home with a little sweat equity. This New England style home has a great in-town lot with almost a half acre of land. This home does need a full renovation but has great bones and an amazing layout.
On the first floor you have a kitchen, dining room, living room, and one bedroom. The second floor has three additional bedrooms and one bath. The attached barn has two floors of storage and one garage door for vehicle access.
22 Main St, Dixfield, ME 04224

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