67 Davis Point RD $299,000

67 Davis Point RD Cushing, ME 04563

Year Built: 1850
Square Footage: 1800 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 0.9300
Rooms: 9; Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 2
Meander down the country roads of the charming Cushing peninsula, home to the Olsen House and the Langlais Sculpture Garden. Pass fields and woods of dedicated open space and wonderful waterfront vistas before turning onto coveted Davis Point Road, a peaceful area of classic Maine farmhouses surrounded by conservation lands. Pictured in several Maine magazines, this home has many recent updates including paint, shingles, skylights, windows and furnace. Enjoy morning coffee and sunrises overlooking the nearby farm pond from the wrap around porch. Listen to the distant hum of lobster boats and morning birdsong, enjoy the salt air breeze and watch the days slowly pass by. Great seasonal home with plenty of room for guests (3b/2b with den and new office/study) or a wonderful year round family home with first floor bedroom option. The two story attached barn is ideal for studio, workshop, living/play space. Close to all Mid Coast amenities and offered under assessed value. Much Loved Home!

Town: Cushing
Zoning: Rural
Taxes: $4,136
Tax Year: 2017
MLS ID: 1353512
Rooms: 9
½ Baths: 0
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Carole Leporati
RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn
207-596-0352
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.