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Here is an opportunity to own an amazing property with a truly gorgeous view of Mount Blue, whose 3192 ft. peak gives its name to Maine's largest state park in the neighboring town of Weld. This home was originally built on the shoulder of Blueberry Mountain as a hunting cabin back in the 1970's, and was later converted into the year round home that it is today. Many of the beams in the main room are hand hewn relics from a barn that occupied the property when it was being farmed. This rustic home is close to many recreational activities such as hiking, skiing, camping, ATV, and snowmobile trails. Property includes a small sugaring operation. There is an option for more acreage, if desired. Make an appointment today to take a look at this amazing property, and make your dream of a Maine home come true!Also, additional land may be available for purchase with the house.
Listed by EXP Realty,LLC

Listing Sold by Vallee Harwood & Blouin Real Estate

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