1804 House on Almost 15 Acres in Sweden, Maine

This home has a beautiful view of the mountains! In 1804, the house was built. It is in Sweden, Maine, on a plot of land that is 14.80 acres. The house has a sunroom, a big deck, custom-made cabinets, exposed beams, and hardwood floors. It has a lot of sheds and is close to places of interest. It is 2,646 square feet and has four bedrooms and two baths. $495,000 New price: $450,000

From the Zillow listing:

Charming post-and-beam cape built in 1804 on a beautiful hilltop with amazing views of the Western Maine Mountains. While you soak in your hot tub on the deck, you can enjoy beautiful sunsets and a starry night sky. This house has between four and five bedrooms and lovely wide plank floors all over. The master suite has a sunporch, and the dining room runs right into the large living room, which has a cozy wood stove. The kitchen is charming, and there is a second bedroom on the first floor. There are also a laundry room, a full bathroom, and a lounge. Upstairs, you’ll find 3 or more bedrooms, another full bathroom, and views of the mountains. The large deck has beautiful views of the nearby fields, fruit trees, field/pasture, stone walls, and useful outbuildings like a potting shed and equipment shed/barn. Kezar Lake, Bridgton and Kezar Lake Country Clubs, Pleasant Mountain, North Conway, and Bridgton Center are all within a short drive.

Available for sale at Zillow

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