18 Dublin Road $249,900

18 Dublin Road South Thomaston, ME 04858

Year Built: 1858
Square Footage: 1722 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 0.27
Rooms: 7; Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 2; ½ Baths: 1
This charming cape in South Thomaston has been meticulously maintained by the owners for the last couple of decades! With seasonal water views, the salty air reminds you why you originally decided to live on the Maine Coast. A quiet location close to town this home features 3 beds, 2.5 baths, and a converted garage for extra storage. Classic architectural features like arched doorways and a stunning stairway ceiling really make this home stand out. Newer roof, composite decking, top of the line zoned baseboard heating and an open, bright porch are just some of the upgrades you will find. Great location and a must see. This is offered on it's own, but can also be purchased with 24 Dublin (duplex) for a package deal of $398,000.
 

Town: South Thomaston
Zoning: R-2
Driveway: Gravel
Taxes: $1,969
Tax Year: 2018
MLS ID: 1415112
Rooms: 7
½ Baths: 1
Basement: Sump Pump, Unfinished
Construction: Wood Frame
Floors: Vinyl, Wood
Foundation: Poured Concrete, Stone
Garage: Off Street Parking
Heating Fuel: Oil
Style: Cape
Water: Private
Carleton Johnson
RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn
207.592.1175
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Carleton has been a real estate professional serving the Mid-Coast Region for more than 30 years; in addition he has been a Certified Appraiser for over 15 years. This experience gives him a depth of knowledge and insight that is extremely beneficial to all of his clients.

Throughout his career Carleton has dealt with all types and aspects of real estate with a focus on land; inland, fresh and saltwater. Let him put his knowledge and experience to work for you!

Carleton and his wife Laurie, lifelong residents of the Mid-Coast Region, reside in Waldoboro. Here Carleton has been involved in the community, having served for many years as a volunteer firefighter and four terms on the Select Board.

Carleton’s hobbies include exploring the many islands that abound in this region, off-shore fishing and cooking.