276 YORK STREET, York — $695,000
1 bed, 1 bath, 1,003 SF

It’s hard to tell at first but this cottage was first put up circa 1760. It has vaulted ceilings with beams, a bay window and natural and painted wood floors. Currently used as an art gallery, photos show a deck, a small bedroom and an updated bathroom with shower. The new kitchen has Bosch appliances, quartz counters and an under-the-counter washer and dryer combo. Zoned for dual-use, this in-town location has off-street parking for four cars. Represented by Anne Erwin, Sotheby’s International Realty. See full listing.

19 TANGLEWOOD ROAD, Kennebunkport — $1.05 million
4 beds, 4.5 baths, 2,543 SF

The main house on this three-acre property has a flowing first-floor, from the kitchen with dining-island, to the living room with stone fireplace, to the primary bedroom suite. In that bathroom, there’s a jetted-soaking tub and tiled walk-in shower with two heads. Pictures show a bright in-law suite with separate access that could be a private office with space for clients. Built in 2000, there is a two-car garage and mature landscaping. Represented by Colleen Guillou, RE/MAX Realty One. See full listing.

1023 WASHINGTON AVENUE, Portland — $1.25 million
4 beds, 3.5+ baths, 3,706 SF

Built in 1905, this beautiful three-story farmhouse and carriage house has been divided into three condominium units, all zoned for residential and commercial use with access to an off-street parking area. No internal pictures are available, but the listing states the entire property has most recently been used as a healing arts facility. Close to the peninsula, I-295, and the Maine Turnpike, the exterior of this property is instantly recognizable to North Deering commuters. Represented by Roxane Cole, Roxane Cole Commercial Real Estate LLC. See full listing

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