84 Main St, Sangerville, ME 04479
$65,000 ~ Off Market Re-Listed at $55,000
OHU50K originally featured this home in July 2020 when it was listed at $65,ooo. It was taken off market and has now been re-listed at $55,000.
This shingle style fixer upper has an attached carriage house that is as beautiful as the main house. Old house enthusiasts are sure to appreciate the drool-worthy original elements of this house. Take away all the stuff, and you will find natural woodwork, hardwood floors, original lighting fixtures, fireplaces, built-ins and pocket doors.
Angus O. Campbell (1860-1944) owned this house. His grandfather came from Scotland, and his father built woolen mills in Sangerville sometime after the Civil War. Angus acted first as bookkeeper and then as general manager of the mills. He lived here with his wife Bertha and son Wade until his death in 1944.
Fixer upper. This stately home presents a once in a lifetime opportunity for the right buyer. It may need work, but it’s well worth it. The interior is luxurious with columns, high ceilings, stained glass, ornate wood work, and two fireplaces. You’ll feel as though you stepped back in time as soon as you enter. As if that were not enough this home boasts an almost 1 acre lot in town! Call or text to schedule a showing today and this stunning estate could be yours.
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