103 Spring St, Dexter, ME 04930
$72,900 ~ Off Market
This church for sale in Dexter, Maine, is one of 6,000 to 10,000 churches in America that close doors each year. Before it became an antique shop, it was the Seventh Day Adventist church. Originally, however, the building was the Episcopal Church of Dexter built in 1872. We have no date as to when Episcopal services were discontinued, but Rev. LeBaron W. Fowler became rector in 1890 and resigned in 1895. This may have been the last Episcopalian pastor to conduct services at this church.
Take a good look at the beautiful stained glass windows then the antiques strewn about the rectory. Any remaining inventory at the time of the sale is included.
Classic traditional church for sale. The building dates back to the early days of Dexter (Circa 1872). Many original features remain including the beautiful stained-glass-windows, woodwork, and most of the pews. With great visibility and high traffic count along Route 7 (The Moosehead Trail), the opportunities are abundant! Efficiency apartment in basement with full kitchen and bath. Property has most recently been utilized as an antique & collectibles shop. Any remaining inventory on hand at closing will convey with sale at no cost.