HARRISON — The unfinished $1 million home of an imprisoned Maine woman is going on the auction block, and would-be bidders are getting a look.

The three-level lakeside home in Harrison, which will be sold Aug. 30, was formerly owned by Dawn and Harvey Solomon.

Dawn Solomon is serving a 42-month prison sentence for stealing $4 million from MaineCare through Living Independence Network Corp., which provided services for children with mental disabilities but was found to have overcharged the state.

On Thursday, Tranzon Auction Properties vice president Michael Carey welcomed prospective bidders to the home, which has five-plus bedrooms, five baths, five fireplaces, a three-car garage and deck overlooking Long Lake.

Carey tells the Lewiston Sun Journal the property, which is being repossessed by the bank, is being sold as is.