• Built in 1900, this home with well-landscaped yard and patio was restored in 2015 to suit the 21st century

• Oversized carriage house garage has water, gas, and power; melt snow on the driveway with radiant heat

• Kitchen addition opens to eat-in dining area; primary suite has a walk-in closet and ensuite bathroom with radiant heat

• Desirable neighborhood close to Back Cove, USM campus, and the Peninsula

Built in 1900, this Frederick A. Thompson designed home was thoughtfully restored in 2015 to suit the 21st century. The new kitchen addition is open to an eat-in dining area and the original pantry, with the patio and landscaped yard accessed through the adjacent, spacious mudroom. Skylights in the period living room add light and warmth to this stunning space. The primary suite is complete with a walk-in closet and ensuite bathroom with radiant heat. The third-floor guest room’s beadboard walls and ceiling maintain the charm of the previous century. Tasteful and contemporary light fixtures and wall coverings complete the transitional decor of this Coyle Park gem. Enjoy the peace of mind of a new roof, modern, double-paned windows, and a driveway and pathway to the back door with radiant heat (goodbye shoveling!).

Outside, across from the patio is the carriage house, an oversized garage that shares the beadboard charm of the house and is complete with water, gas, and power. The fenced-in, oversized yard with low maintenance plantings and irrigation lets you enjoy all the seasons of Maine. This house is a truly rare offering.

57 Coyle Street is listed by Portia Clark & Ali Malone with Waypoint Brokers Collective. Contact Portia at 207-415-2522; portia@waypointbrokers.com or Ali at 207-653-7750; ali@waypointbrokers.com. Visit waypointbrokers.com to see more exclusive listings and learn about their first-in-the-state Green Designation.

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