34 Third Avenue $225,000

34 Third Avenue Lincolnville, ME 04849

Year Built: 1955
Square Footage: 1122 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 0.31
Rooms: 5; Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 1
Classic 1950's Maine camp, just a few feet from the water's edge, on a quiet and pristine pond. Enjoy the unspoiled views of land across the pond that is forever in conservation. Wildlife in abundance, the fishing is awesome. Pitcher Pond is also an alewife spawning ground, and headwaters to Kendal Brook, a tributary to Ducktrap River. Ducktrap is one of only two rivers on the eastern seaboard that still hosts a native population of endangered Atlantic salmon! Literally step off your stairs, and onto your private dock. Enjoy your morning coffee in paradise! Includes it's own private boat launch, automatic 8K generator, fireplace, full deck across the front, and more. This a rare opportunity to update this classic camp, or leave it as it is. A true Maine time capsule.

Town: Lincolnville
Zoning: Shoreland
Driveway: Gravel
Taxes: $2,826
Tax Year: 2019
MLS ID: 1448846
Rooms: 5
½ Baths: 0
Basement: None
Construction: Wood Frame
Heating Fuel: Propane, Wood
Water: Private
Water Heat: Electric
Scott Crockett
RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn
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A true Camden native and outdoor enthusiast, I’ve always had a strong drive for helping people. I sold audio and video systems in Camden in the late 80s while taking college classes at night. I owned and operated a convenience store in Lincolnville in the 90s. More recently, I’ve deployed computer systems and provided problem-solving technical services throughout the state for 15 years.

People know when you are genuinely interested in helping them. I ask the right qualifying questions and listen carefully to their answers. People relax and actually start enjoying themselves when they know that I’m advocating for them.

I’ve always had an interest in land and architecture.

My wife Erin and I enjoy touring historic homes and other important landmarks. I designed and helped build our Lincolnville home, and am currently finishing our two-story barn. Of course, I’ve had help. Knowing how to get the right help is the key to getting things done that may otherwise seem impossible. I have great relationships with contractors and tradesmen in the area. I’m always happy to help connect people with local services needed.

I’ve been buying, selling, and negotiating transactions since I was five. I call it “doing the dance”. There’s always a solution. Freshly educated, I’ve also recently attended Sellers Representation classes. I have no predispositions about how the real estate industry used to work. I’m putting to use, the latest and effective technologies that will help you buy or sell with confidence!

I’ve worked hard to develop a reputation that I am proud of. I’ll be very proud to represent you, work hard, and negotiate on your behalf.