Located in Madison, a small town of 2,733 residents in west central Maine, this c.1890 handyman special Victorian has a treasure chest of original architectural elements. The finial still sits atop the tower, the porch gingerbread, wraparound porch and the diamond-shaped windows give hints of what the interior holds. Patterned wood floors, bullseye molding, vintage lighting fixtures, built-ins and clawfoot tub grace the home.
The Victorian beauty sits on a lovely tree-lined street of older homes in a low-crime neighborhood.
This stunning handyman special Victorian home needs some TLC, but has such amazing potential. The hardwood floors are level and in great condition. The character in the home just isn’t anything you find in newer homes. The staircase is a beauty and is the focal point when you walk in the front door. A less than two year old, new heat system keeps the home warm and is one less thing you would have to worry about-just in time for cold weather. Come see why this is house you have been waiting for!