This Maine Home Looks Straight Out Of The English Countryside
This house definitely sticks out in the sea of ranches, victorians, and manufactured homes that flood real estate websites these days. The home does not just look like it is made of brick and stone, it really is made of brick and stone.
It kind of looks like something you'd see in a movie or in the English countryside, right?
According to Realtor.com, the house, which encompasses just under 2,500 square feet of space, was built in 1947. The fact that it looks like the kind of homes we have all seen in pictures of Great Britain makes me think that the designer and/or owner was stationed there during World War 2 and that they brought some of their love of that architecture back with them. Makes sense, right?
The home has three bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms. It also has a living room, a den (or smaller living room), a formal dining room, and a kitchen. Speaking of the kitchen, the listing says that it was recently renovated and features gray cabinets topped with quartz countertops, and Bertazzoni appliances.
110 Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville, Maine
It has a great location, too. It is on the "doorstep" of Colby College. That makes it a short drive from all that Kennedy Memorial Drive and downtown Waterville have to offer.
As of May 2022. the list price was just under $380,000. Not too bad, considering what the housing market it like these days. Assuming you put down $92,000 at closing, your monthly payment would be just over $2,100.
Get all the details and see more pictures of this gorgeous property HERE.