674 Pleasant Point Road $679,000

674 Pleasant Point Road Cushing, ME 04563

Year Built: 1955
Square Footage: 2200 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 2.75
Rooms: 6; Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 4
WATERFRONT!! This piece of heaven sits prettily on top of a knoll, set back from the road and looking out to Maple Juice Cove. Enjoy boating, kayaking, paddle boarding and bird watching! When the tide goes out your boats will sit nicely on the mudflats while you explore the seaside, shells, rocks and water birds galore. This wonderful single floor home offers a new roof on the red master bedroom extension, a wonderful deck with an awning, and lots of space for gardening, or maybe some goats, sheep or chickens, even a horse. This pretty field offers room for many possibilities. Inside you will find a spacious living room filled with glass looking out to the sea. A great working kitchen with beautiful wood cabinets and a dining room with a wood fireplace and a slider to the deck. All three bedrooms have a full bath of their own to use. Almost every room has a view to the water! The basement has a walkout door to the side yard. Great for a workout area and also has a full bath. An attached two car garage and a separate barn add to this homes uniqueness. Make this home your getaway, or better yet, move to Maine full time and experience the peace and tranquility throughout the year.
 

Town: Cushing
Zoning: Shoreland
Driveway: Gravel
Taxes: $6,404
Tax Year: 2020
MLS ID: 1464538
Rooms: 6
½ Baths: 0
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Basement: Daylight, Partial, Unfinished
Construction: Wood Frame
Exterior: Wood Siding
Floors: Concrete, Vinyl, Wood
Foundation: Block
Garage: Attached, Barn, Off Street Parking
Heating Fuel: Oil, Wood
Style: Ranch
Water: Private
Water Heat: Electric
Jacqueline Case-Hall
Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty
207-230-1003
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Jackie’s been a broker for 20 years, so she’s completely comfortable with the real estate process. She also knows houses. She has bought, renovated and resold houses in Massachusetts. And she worked in a family business, selling new construction. “I know what to do to sell a house!” she says. “There’s more to it than pricing it right. I look at houses and see how to highlight what’s beautiful about them.” Jackie having run an art gallery on Islesboro now resides in Rockport. “I think what I bring to my job is a comfort level,” she says, “knowledge, sincerity and stick-to-it-ive-ness. (Is that a word?). I’m happy in my work and in my life, and that gives clients a feeling of being at ease.” Her life is busy with three children, but art is still a huge part of it, and she loves to golf, cook and kayak. She has a passion for Maine Real Estate that is unparalleled.