SCARBOROUGH – Drive into this quiet enclave of fine homes, and you will probably notice the absence of power lines. Yes, utilities are underground here, and so the Springbrook neighborhood – one of the town’s most desirable, especially for families – is pristine.

Built in 1998, assiduously maintained and regularly updated, this farmhouse-style, Greek Revival-influenced home exemplifies the area’s picture-perfect attractiveness. The 3,700-square-foot, nine-room, four-bedroom interior is not only immaculate, it also delivers more appealing features than can be detailed here.

There is radiant heat throughout, and central air on the second floor. Above the three-vehicle attached garage-and-workshop is a huge, hickory-floored, cathedral-ceilinged bonus room with a granite-topped bar – a perfect recreation / “man” room ready for conversion into a second suite, if you like.

Every room is bright, and every element is custom, including the open-concept, tiled kitchen, which has stainless appliances with a gas cooktop on the island; maple cabinetry; a walk-in pantry, and silestone surfaces. The kitchen’s dining area (there is a formal dining room, too) flows into a carpeted, one-step-sunken family room. The large office/study has a gas fireplace, which has a marble surround and is flanked by built-ins.

Full-view doors open out to a fenced back yard that has a heated, inground pool; a fire pit, and a pretty garden shed. The 1.8-acre lot is irrigated and beautifully landscaped, has an invisible dog fence, and is screened by woods to the rear.

Upstairs, the exposed-beams master suite’s luxurious bath has both a jetted soaking tub and an oversized shower enclosure with dual rain shower heads. And the walkup third level offers a finished attic / studio with masterfully crafted built-ins.

The home at 16 Longmeadow Road, Scarborough, is listed for sale at $649,000 by Danielle Lape of King Real Estate in Old Orchard Beach. Annual taxes are $6,795.

An Open House will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 14. For more information or to arrange a private viewing, please contact Danielle at 730-2476; 934-7622 ext. 114; or at [email protected].

Interior photos by Diane Maines. The Friday feature home is produced by the Marketing Department of the Portland Press Herald. Send feature home suggestions to [email protected].