43 Raccoon RD $447,900

43 Raccoon RD Cushing, ME 04563

Year Built: 1999
Square Footage: 4800 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 10.5000
Rooms: 11; Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 4; ½ Baths: 1
You'll want to see this property! fields, woods and views of Salt Pond! This unique home offers varied options for indoor/outdoor living and entertaining with its open concept spaces and cozy nooks. Amenities include first floor master suite with exercise room/Sauna, kitchen with custom cabinetry and bamboo floors, pantry, formal dining room, two gas fireplaces, second floor master suite plus two additional rooms and bath and a separate two bedroom in law/guest apartment. In addition to an over sized two car garage with overhead storage, there is an on demand generator and a security system with camera for motion to temperature protection. Outdoors enjoy the two story insulated workshop/studio, farmer's porch, deck and acres of woods and fields with room enough for horses or take a short walk down the lane to Salt Pond. With the many upgrades, new shingles (May 2018), RV pad. and most of the furnishings conveying this is a truly turnkey property! Situated in a quiet coastal community

Town: Cushing
Zoning: rural
Taxes: $5,587
Tax Year: 2016
MLS ID: 1306663
Rooms: 11
½ Baths: 1
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Carole Leporati
RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn
Wanting to live in Maine since my college days, I finally made the move in the late 90's, after a 30 year career as a college professor. A background in communications, the arts and business seemed a natural lead in to real estate. Finding the "just perfect" property for buyers or preparing a home for sale are challenges that require intellectual, intuitive and creative skills.  Providing the tools and communicating the information necessary to create comfort and security with the process, attending to details, problem solving, sharing your joy at a successful endeavour, all add to the fun and pleasure of selling real estate. My previous work in the arts and education took me to many intriguing places, but since I always felt most at home in Maine, it is easy for me to understand why you also want to live in Maine.