Save This Old House – Fixer Upper in Washburn, ME $10K
Save this old house. The property is one of the earliest houses in Washburn, and was owned by the Washburn town doctor for many years (some of his artifacts are in the Town Museum now). The house needs major work, but the original kitchen cupboards, hardware, wainscoting, built-ins, stained glass, interior fretwork, hardwood floors, ornate cast iron radiators and clawfoot tub are awaiting for a new owner to bring them back to life.
Rehab Special! Large home in the heart of Washburn that needs major updating. Property is set up currently to have 4 bedrooms upstairs and 1 full bathroom, main living floor has a kitchen, dining room, 2 living rooms (or living room and family room/den) and an office; there is also a basement. Property also does have a large garage, but the garage condition may be too poor to salvage and may need to come down. Property has town water and sewer. Roof on the house was replaced around 2010. Current owner started to gut the rooms upstairs to begin the remodel as shown in the pictures. Property has old woodwork, and wide board trim. Basement was updated to poured concrete at some point, previous to the current owner. It has cracks and will need more work (update to the basement is not recent, but was done sometime during the house’s lifetime). Location is great to walk to Elementary, or High School. Also within walking distance to convenient stores, police station, town office, and town library. Only a couple of miles to the new plant in Washburn, plenty of opportunity for the new owners.