108 Lighthouse Road $995,000

108 Lighthouse Road Owls Head, Maine 04854

Year Built: 1952
Square Footage: 729 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 32.93
Rooms: 5; Bedrooms: 2
Baths: 1
Over 2300' of pristine coastline abutting nature preserve & Lighthouse. Private cove with classic pebble Beach to remain undisturbed. Sweet 2 Bedroom cottage, opportunity to build a larger home on site. Just a short commute to Owls Head Airport.
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Town: Owls Head
Zoning: RR,Shoreland
Driveway: Gravel
Taxes: $4,304
Tax Year: 2014
MLS ID: 1143034
Rooms: 5
½ Baths: 0
Basement: Shingle
Construction: Wood Frame
Exterior: Wood Siding
Garage: Off Street Parking
Water: Private
Water Heat: Electric
Mary Wight Holmes
Camden Real Estate Company
(207) 542-8626
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Mary Wight Holmes Realtor/Broker

“I feel I know some of the history, and the special places that perhaps someone just passing through the Mid-Coast might miss,” says Mary. Naturally she does, Mary grew up here and her family has been running a harbor-front business that has been passed down through generations since the late 1800’s. “The Camden area is a great place to live and raise children. The choices for education, the natural beauty of the area, and the opportunities created by the variety of people who are drawn to and live here, provide fantastic options for the entire family.”

Mary is self motivated and hardworking. Having run her own business designing and knitting sweaters professionally while raising three children, she knows how to be organized. She has brought that level of organization to her real estate career along with her innate ability to work on details. “I like to work with people on a one-on-one basis. Once I know someone wants that kind of help, I’m right there for them,” she says.

Having worked at another local real estate company for the past several years, Mary jumped at the opportunity to work for Camden Real Estate Company, “this is a very respected company and the commitment to service is unsurpassed. I am quite honored to have been considered for the position. The decision was an easy one.”

Mary and her family live in Hope, where Mary is a volunteer firefighter. In her spare time you will find Mary creating and building rustic furniture in her woodworking shop, melting glass in her kiln, or spending time in her garden. You will also find Mary enjoying Maine with her family, whether it is skiing, hiking, biking, or exploring the many harbors and islands on the coast.