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45 High Street $1,100,000

45 High Street Camden, Maine 04843

Year Built: 1910
Square Footage: 5520 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 2.6
Rooms: 11; Bedrooms: 5
Baths: 3; ½ Baths: 2
Grand and stately colonial of yesteryear in Camden's historical district. Step into the glorious past. 5000'+ 5 bedroom main house and 2000'+ 3 bedroom carriage house. Seasonal water views to be improved upon. A TREASURE.
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Town: Camden
Zoning: Village
Driveway: Gravel, Paved
Taxes: $11,330
Tax Year: 12-13
MLS ID: 1083246
School District: 28
Rooms: 11
½ Baths: 2
Basement: Shingle
Construction: Wood Frame
Exterior: Clapboard
Floors: Wood
Foundation: Poured Concrete
Heating Fuel: Oil
Style: Colonial
Water: Public
Water Heat: Oil
Peter van der Kieft
Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty
207-230-1003
pvdk@legacysir.com
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Peter, a former advertising executive with Geer DuBois, New York City and the Boston and New York City offices of BBD&O, is originally from Darien, Ct. and now resides in Rockport. A Boston University School of Communications graduate he has assisted buyers and sellers interested in Maine's preferred coastal properties for over 25 years. An active community member he is an incorporator with Northeast Health Care Center, former board member of the Camden YMCA, the Coastal Workshop, and the Midcoast Junior Golf Association. He is a member of the Megunticook Golf Club and formerly served as Chair of the Membership Committee and now the Board of Governors. An active golfer, tennis player, cross country skier and amateur photographer he previously owned Margo Moore and Margo's Market in Damariscotta and now presides over Margo Moore Interiors in Camden with his wife Marcy . Having drifted around Long Island Sound in his youth Peter was able to stay connected with salt water as an ad rep and photographer for National Fisherman, Maine Commercial Fisheries, Soundings and Waterway Guide magazines. High and dry for the moment he longs to hear the lapping of coastal Maine's water against the hull and the smell of salt air he knows so well.