66 Green Street $269,000

66 Green Street Thomaston, ME 04861

Year Built: 1850
Square Footage: 3720 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 0.21
Rooms: 10; Bedrooms: 5
Baths: 2
With abundant sunshine and water views from most rooms, this in-town, 1850's home right across from the Saint George River, has an easy going Colonial style that provides a wonderful place to come home to and entertain in. Each room seems eminently livable while retaining the home's architectural integrity. Beautifully detailed woodwork, high ceilings and wide pine floors throughout with mature gardens, private patio and a fenced in yard complimenting the outside space. Bring your imagination to configure this versatile property which can remain a single family home with a 1 BR apartment over the barn for in-laws or kids that need time to find their own space, or it can easily become a 3-unit income generating property. A few blocks up to the center of town, minutes to Rockland's downtown scene, public access to the water and a short distance to Knox County Regional Airport. Replacement windows, upgraded electric and good foundation. Main house has 10 rooms/2 baths.

Town: Thomaston
Zoning: R3
Driveway: Paved
Taxes: $4,859
Tax Year: 18-19
MLS ID: 1404926
School District: RSU 13
Rooms: 10
½ Baths: 0
Basement: Daylight, Full, Unfinished
Construction: Wood Frame
Exterior: Clapboard, Vinyl Siding
Floors: Wood
Garage: Storage Above, Under
Heating Fuel: Oil
Style: Colonial
Water: Public
Water Heat: Electric, Oil
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Cheryl Oliveri-Daly
Camden Real Estate Company
(207) 236-6171

Cheryl's endless energy, enthusiasm, judgment and infectious humor are reflected in how her business has grown after having come to Maine from downtown Boston. "We came up for a weekend away 24 years ago, and left with an offer on a house we literally ran through (did it have a furnace?)!

Cheryl had worked in sales and design, so the move to real estate was a natural. She's knowledgeable, creative, energetic, fun to work with and protective of her clients' interests. It's that combination that works. "This is one of biggest decisions in someone's life and I have the utmost respect for that. Being available and getting back to clients immediately, is key."

"In order to successfully find and purchase the home you love, you need a person who is a full time Broker, who listens and whose judgment you can trust. I will do whatever it takes to make it work." She has a designer's eye--that creative ability to see potential in homes other Brokers might overlook, to see ways to make a property work for her Buyers without costing them a fortune. She has a knack for finding the perfect home as it comes on the market, sometimes, even before it hits the market.

For her, selling is all about the visual. "If a property feels 'right' to a prospective Buyer, they will spend more time at that property and bond with it". Having been the stylist and photo director for a design firm in Boston, Cheryl maintains that “staging is a natural process for a product to look its best and a home becomes a product once it goes on the market. Not only is a Buyer’s first impression when entering a home paramount, but the photos on the web that represent a property are equally as important. It is the first impression a Buyer gets when surfing the net and if the property does not look intriguing in the photos, a Buyer will simply skip to the next property”. So if her Sellers are game, she will stage their property. "When you are selling a home, you can't live in it the way you normally have. You have to allow a prospective Buyer the opportunity to imagine their lives in that space."

Cheryl is a past Realtor of the Year and served on The Realtor's Giving Back Committee, Realtor's Harvesting Good Will and the Coastal Mountain Council of the Mid-Coast Board of Realtors. She volunteered at the Aldemere Farm in Rockport, Merryspring's Kitchen Tour, was a past memeber on the board of the Alford Lake Lermond Pond Association, a long time member of The Rockport Boat Club and is a past committee member of Camden's Parking, Traffic & Transportation Committee.

"Simply put, relocating here was the best thing we ever did." Cheryl lives in Camden with her husband, artist Dan Daly (www.dalyart.com) and their "fur child" Boo. When not painting, Dan helps with her practice and is also past Chairman of the Maine State Council of Trout Unlimited (tumaine.org/) and current President of the Georges River Chapter of Trout Unlimited (georgesrivertu.org/). As such, and as a former certified guide, Dan is very familiar with outdoor recreational properties and welcomes the opportunity to talk to you about those properties as well as any others.

They (Dan and Cheryl), share a love of art, design, antiques, and the outdoors. Boo likes to eat, play and sleep.