This unique property must be seen to fully appreciate the charm and character that has been retained in this historic home in Raymond. Built in approx. 1825 it is considered to be one of the oldest homes in Raymond. Originally, it was used as the carriage shop of Sumner Plumber and was later converted to a schoolhouse in the early 1900's. It was eventually converted to a single family residence which has been lovingly maintained ensuring that the charm and character were respected while adding more modern touches. The home features a large great room with a beautiful fireplace and lots of windows, first floor bonus room currently used as an office but has many options for use. Rounding out the first floor is a bright sunken kitchen with a skylight. The kitchen leads to the expansive deck that stretches across the entire back of the home which is a perfect spot for entertaining and enjoying the peaceful and beautifully landscaped yard. All three bedrooms are located on the second floor. There is a one car garage, built in 1994, that has been converted to a workshop but could easily be restored to a garage. This home is conveniently located right off Rt. 302, and offers peaceful living, easy commute to Portland and Lewiston/Auburn, convenient to Sebago Lake, Frye Island, Sebago Lake State Park, Beaches, boating, and all that the Windham/Raymond/Casco area has to offer for shopping and dining. Don't miss your opportunity to own a piece of history in scenic Raymond Maine!
Deadline for offers is Monday, June 14th at 12:00pm. Response time will be Tuesday, June 15th by 5:00pm. Seller reserves the right to accept an offer prior to the stated deadline.
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