Waterfront Views, Amenities Without Waterfront Taxes
This 1940s Cape overlooks Breezemere Park, with Norton's Pond a stone's throw away. Megunticook Lake, Knox County's largest fres
Offering waterviews and amenities without waterfront taxes, this three-bedroom Cape overlooking Breezemere Park features gleaming hardwood floors, period detail, light-filled rooms and perennial gardens in a remarkably private setting within walking distance to Lincolnville Central School, town recreation fields and tennis courts, post office and the town office. With new septic, roof shingles, windows and electric, this home is the ready made for those who want to relax. The local school district is part of the Five-Town Community School District of Camden, Hope, Appleton, Lincolnville and Rockport, better known as Camden Hills Regional High School.
Listed with Camden Real Estate Company, this 1940s, meticulously maintained home with room to expand over a two-car garage is offered for $299,000.
Lovingly maintained by one family for 34 years, this home lends itself equally to buyers seeking a year-round family home, retirement home or vacation home with easy access to freshwater recreation. Centrally located, with the ocean of Lincolnville Beach and the commerce centers of Camden and Belfast each less than a 15-minute drive away, this home provides as easy access to far more than the lakefront; Fernald's Neck, the Camden Snow Bowl, Camden Hills State Park, and the hiking trails of the Coastal Mountains Land Trust are nearby outdoor attractions. If you'd prefer to sit and take in the views, summer breezes blow from Norton's Pond and reach the shade of a giant maple tree.
Refinished hardwood floors only serve to enhance this lovely home.
- By: Tim Massey