227 Ducktrap Road $319,500

227 Ducktrap Road Lincolnville, ME 04849

Year Built: 1978
Square Footage: 1264 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 1.26
Rooms: 5; Bedrooms: 2
Baths: 2
Comfortable one-floor living in this recently updated home, flooded with sunlight and set back from a lightly traveled country road. New kitchen opens to private deck, dining room (also with deck) overlooking the gardens with floor to ceiling windows, living room with wood stove, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Large detached barn, heated with first floor shop and second floor studio and room to expand. The property has beautiful gardens and is bordered by a stream just a few minutes to Lincolnville Beach. Great place to call home and plenty of options with the large barn.

Town: Lincolnville
Zoning: Residential
Driveway: Gravel
Taxes: $2,621
Tax Year: 2017
MLS ID: 1403557
Rooms: 5
½ Baths: 0
Basement: Full, Unfinished
Construction: Wood Frame
Exterior: Wood Siding
Floors: Wood
Foundation: Poured Concrete
Garage: Barn, Under
Heating Fuel: Oil, Wood
Style: Ranch
Water: Private
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Scott Horty
Camden Real Estate Company
(207) 236-6171

My integrity is based on the fact that I'm genuine and forthright. In a small town your credibility has a way of following you. Everything I do comes from a place of honesty and that means honoring myself; this is something I learned early in life from my father.

I have built Camden Real Estate on a higher level of service. I look at real estate in a different way than most people do. I want to know you and what you’re about, so then I have a better understanding of what your aim is in the sale or purchase of a property.

I'm about welcoming new people to this great area, keeping people happy, working with friends, and making Camden Real Estate the best place to work.

One of our core values at Camden Real Estate is enjoyment, not just having a good time, but about enjoying what you do, where you work, and the people you interact with on a daily basis.

When I came to Maine I was awed by its natural beauty first, and then by the diversity of the people I met here. One of my commitments from the beginning has been doing what I can to support local organizations that keep this area beautiful and diverse.

I’ve spent my whole life around houses, my father is an architect and still practicing at 85 and my mother was an artist. Growing up they always encouraged us to look at things in a different light. That’s why when I look at a property, I see it as it is, and as something else, all at the same time. This is vision, it’s the way I run my whole business, there’s always more than one way to see things and you can get new ideas from every situation.

I’ve raised two children in Camden as a single father. Now I live in Hope with my wife Robin at Home Place Farm. Robin has a fresh-cut flower business; I keep bees, and we maintain 25 acres of blueberry fields. In my free time I like working in stained glass, or walking the hills with Robin, but our greatest joy comes from our three children and three granddaughters.