14 Heselton St, Skowhegan, ME, 04976
c.1900 Fixer Upper in Skowhegan, ME
When the light shines through the stained glass, it is simply delightful! That is just wonderful aspect of the home. Although, it needs work, several vintage elements may still make us smile. I am referencing the old kitchen sink, built-ins, butt bay, old linoleum, second-story lancet window and 1950s medicine cabinet.
The home was built in 1900, but I could only find the more recent owners. In 1973, the Thomas O’Shea family moved to Australia and sold off all their worldly goods at a huge outside auction at the home. Auction goers were encouraged to bring their lunch and chairs.