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10 Bufflehead LN $619,000

10 Bufflehead LN SaintGeorge, ME 04860

Year Built: 1986
Square Footage: 1800 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 2.2200
Rooms: 10; Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 2
Easy, relaxed living overlooking scenic Mosquito Cove and its outlying islands. Low maintenance 2 plus acres of meadows and lawn with select flower beds, 210 feet of accessible waterfront and forever skies are yours with this exceptionally maintained three bedroom two bath home located in the heart of Martinsville. Privately situated, yet not isolated, it is near the peninsula amenities offered by Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde and just a short drive to downtown Rockland. Thoughtful design elements allow flex space for intimate living or large family gatherings. Master bedroom/bath, separate two bedroom suite with its deck , , two sun/sitting areas, and two bonus rooms. Sliders from several rooms to the expansive deck, windows positioned to capture the ever-changing view, abundant sunlight and cool ocean breezes add to the pleasure of enjoying this carefree home. One floor living, open living areas, cozy getaway spaces, full basement. garage add to the ease of living here.
 
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Town: SaintGeorge
Zoning: Shoreland
Taxes: $5,057
Tax Year: 2017
MLS ID: 1359266
Rooms: 10
½ Baths: 0
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Carole Leporati
RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn
207-596-0352
Wanting to live in Maine since my college days, I finally made the move in the late 90's, after a 30 year career as a college professor. A background in communications, the arts and business seemed a natural lead in to real estate. Finding the "just perfect" property for buyers or preparing a home for sale are challenges that require intellectual, intuitive and creative skills.  Providing the tools and communicating the information necessary to create comfort and security with the process, attending to details, problem solving, sharing your joy at a successful endeavour, all add to the fun and pleasure of selling real estate. My previous work in the arts and education took me to many intriguing places, but since I always felt most at home in Maine, it is easy for me to understand why you also want to live in Maine.