HARRISON – Here on 11.29 gently sloping acres – about half of which are cleared, and fenced – is a stellar farmhouse that was built in 1990, fully updated in the early 2000s, and then in 2012 expanded with the addition of a third level.

Now the home measures 5,000 square feet – living space that in fine weather is enhanced by a paved, courtyard-style outdoor kitchen area complete with a gas grill, two fountains, raised garden beds and a grape arbor. From here, and from almost all rooms, there are sweeping, panoramic views of Mount Washington, the Presidential range, and Shawnee Peak.

The new “Skybox” third level offers these majestic prospects and is almost a home in itself. There’s a sweetly aromatic, pine-paneled ceiling bedroom; a sitting area/game room, with billiards table; a covered porch, a kitchenette, and a half-bath.

On the second story, in addition to a full bath and three good-sized bedrooms (two of the bedrooms have window seats, as does the center hall) is a huge haven of a double office that has a half-bath, a library’s worth of shelving, and a sitting/work area whose built-in desk has map drawers.

And the first floor? A sweet, newer kitchen, with black-and-stainless appliances and granite surfaces, including island; twin, versatile front “parlors” (one now a music room); a big living/dining room with a wood-burning fireplace, and full-view doors to the porch/patio; and, a master suite that makes one-level or multi-generational living an option.

Equestrians, and other animal-lovers, take note: In addition to the attached three-vehicle garage (the John Deere tractor will convey) there’s a 24-foot-by-36-foot detached barn with two horse stalls and plenty more space for critters.

The home at 1303 Naples Road, Harrison, is listed for sale at $510,000 by Liz Marcella of Chalmers Real Estate in Bridgton. Annual taxes are $6,820 (2017). For more information or to arrange a private viewing, please contact Liz at 632-7465; 647-3311 ext. 1147; or at [email protected].

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