33 Gaul Drive $1,475,000

33 Gaul Drive South Bristol, ME 04573

Year Built: 1999
Square Footage: 6064 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 5.80
Rooms: 14; Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 4; ½ Baths: 1
Located in a park-like setting on five naturalized acres, this 6,000+ square foot waterfront home is as warm and welcoming as it is luxurious. Three well designed floors of gracious living space include a formal foyer, chef's kitchen, cherry lined study, formal and informal living rooms, four fireplaces, spacious master bedroom suite, screened three season porch. The finished walk-out lower level features a classic wooden bar, brick lined wine cellar, pool room, office and a cozy den. Several decks and a stone patio take full advantage of the westerly views of the Damariscotta River. Above the attached two car garage is a suite of rooms currently used for laundry, hobbies, and exercise but could be converted to a spacious in-law suite. The second garage also houses two cars with space above being used as a wood working shop. The offering includes 180' of deeded, deep waterfront, dock and mooring on the Damariscotta River.

Town: South Bristol
Zoning: Residential
Driveway: Paved
Taxes: $5,798
Tax Year: 2019
MLS ID: 1457349
Rooms: 14
½ Baths: 1
Basement: Daylight, Finished, Full
Construction: Wood Frame
Cooling: Central Air
Exterior: Clapboard, Wood Siding
Floors: Wood
Foundation: Poured Concrete
Garage: Attached, Auto Door Opener, Detached, Heated, Storage Above
Heating Fuel: Oil
Style: Contemporary
Water: Private
Connie Moss
Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty
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Coming from a twenty year career as a marketing manager for several international companies, I bring with me skills in writing, advertising, product promotion, design and customer service - all skills that I use daily for the benefit of my real estate clients.

Over the past twelve years my husband and I have lived in the communities of South Bristol, East Boothbay and Portland. We love boating, gardening and volunteering for many local organizations that serve the mid-coast area. We are fans of the Sea Dogs, the Portland Symphony, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, and life in Maine in general.

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My philosophy of real estate ( and life, for that matter) is to make it fun and satisfying. For most of us, a real estate purchase or sale is a significant and infrequent event where the stakes are high, both emotionally and financially. As a Realtor (R), I make it my job to take the stress out of the process by giving clients a clear view of the market, offering sound advice that is grounded in experience, and communicating well and often.