• Catch breathtaking views of Mount Washington on a “gentleman’s farm” with a 4,200 SF, four-bedroom, four-bathroom farmhouse built in 1880

• Exposed beams, brick walls and mantles, built-in oak shutters and trim throughout the home, with updated appliances in the kitchen

• Large barn contains stables and a workshop; property has rolling lawns, meandering rock walls and woods

• Private, pastoral setting is just 15-minutes’ drive to Auburn or Lewiston and under an hour to Portland

Nestled atop a gentle rise and surrounded by 40 acres of sprawling land, stands a timeless treasure: an 1880s-era farmhouse that epitomizes historic charm and elegance. It’s a cherished estate that has been meticulously maintained, blending period allure with modern comforts.

Approaching the farmhouse, your gaze is drawn to the majestic views of Mount Washington and the rolling, sweeping hills that frame the horizon. The landscape unfolds like a living masterpiece, with undulating pastures ancient trees and walking trails.

Stepping inside, you are enveloped by a sense of nostalgia and sophistication. The interior seamlessly blends old-world craftsmanship with contemporary amenities. The formal living room, with its original hardwood floors and antique accents, is a sanctuary of tranquility. Sunlight filters through large windows, offering glimpses of the breathtaking mountain vistas and lush, verdant hills that inspire awe and reverence. The kitchen, a blend of charming, rustic cabins and modern appliances, is a culinary haven.

The farmhouse boasts four bedrooms, each offering a unique retreat. Two primary suites, each with its own private bath, provides a haven of relaxation with views that capture the grandeur of nature. Large windows frame scenes of rolling hills, distant mountains and the play of light and shadow across the landscape.

While the estate offers a serene retreat, modern conveniences are just a short drive away. Enjoy a cup of your favorite coffee with a 12-minute drive to the nearest Starbucks, hit the slopes at Lost Valley Ski Area, or take a trip to Portland, which is just under an hour away.

This beautiful old gentleman’s farm invites you to embrace the serenity of nature, celebrate heritage, and find solace in the timeless beauty that surrounds it. Come see for yourself but take care: you might never want to leave.

61 Harris Road is represented by Amanda Vigue of Waypoint Brokers Collective. Please contact Amanda at 207-232-8214 or at amanda@waypointbrokers.com.

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