To own a historic home in Maine is a real treasure. These homes were built in the 18th and 19th centuries, have maintained their historic physical integrity, and are rich in history. Discover Maine's historic homes for sale below, and become part of preserving history. Find Federal homes, Colonials, Capes, estates with original columns, and more.
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This historic property, known as the Gideon Straw home circa 1787 features original fireplaces, wainscoting, door hardware, plaster walls, pine floors and a reproduction Rufus Porter style mural. Located in beautiful southwestern Maine on approximately 13 acres with beautiful grounds this is a classic country colonial.
The 'John Burns House, ' one of Union's most historic Colonials, sits on 21 GORGEOUS acres brimming with mountain views. Some solid improvements, such as new boiler and roof, have been made to this expansive home but a little TLC is needed to bring it back to its former glory. Several outbuildings, including a barn and second garage, along with pastures, woods, and fields. Perfect for an inn/farm, or build on the elevated back part and rent the house. Many possibilities plus convenient location!
Wonderful antique farmhouse with outstanding panoramic mountain views! Large rooms, wood floors, screened porch, studio, rear deck, brick fireplace, wood stove, auto generator, open fields and two multi-story barns on a year-round town road. Fryeburg Academy district.
Unique waterfront homestead on gorgeous Seven Tree Pond with sweeping views & lush fields to shore. Totally renovated with quality systems and fresh updates - too many to list! Licensed and operated as a B & B with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Ready for you!
Beautifully restored colonial on 4+ acres with stunning perennial gdns, gourmet kitchen, huge great room, 5 fireplaces, in ground pool, heated 3 bay garage and amazing barn/workshop. Meticulous & unique, 25 minutes to Portland or the "coast".
As you enter this home it takes you back in time. This is a well maintained four bed room Colonial Built in 1789! This home features beautiful wood floors large rooms and wood burning fire places. Two out buildings, all set on 7.75 acres. A beautiful older property with modern amenities. The yard is well landscaped with old plantings and gardens.
Beautiful 4 bedroom farmhouse on 9.1 acres. Lovely fields on either side and to the back. Mature trees and landscaping. Large barn with animal stalls and hayloft. Root cellar in the main house. 4 fireplaces. Upgraded kitchen with granite counters. Wood floors throughout. Simply charming.
Listed by Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty
Originally the Lower Bridge Toll House, the current owner purchased the home as a summer cottage in 1967. Gorgeous views of the Eastern River from several rooms. The home was set on a new, poured concrete foundation, expanded, and converted to year-round use in the 1990's, and has recently undergone numerous improvements. Flexible rooms with good flow. Finished, daylight, walk-out basement includes a kitchenette. Two woodstoves, oil & propane heat, Andersen windows, new roof and CHARM. Must see!
Charming and cozy, authentic, 18th century, 3 bedroom, double chimney cape on 2 acres within walking distance of Pemaquid Light and offering a seasonal rental cottage, a barn/garage and workshop in an historic neighborhood of our lovely Pemaquid Peninsula.
The charm in this 2-3 BR home is endless. Part of the home was built in 1780 & boasts 3 fireplaces, clawfoot tub, wood floors & 15 beautiful hemlock beams. A 2006 addition features an updated kitchen w/ granite countertops, sunny family room, 1st floor bed & bath, & gorgeous master bedroom w/ private balcony & half bath on 2nd floor. Exterior amenities include colorful flower & vegetable gardens, beautiful wooded lot & small stream in the back. Info attached in the MLS on the amazing history of the home.
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