33 Weld Street $165,000

33 Weld Street Dixfield, ME 04224

Year Built: 1864
Square Footage: 2928 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 0.40
Rooms: 11; Bedrooms: 5
Baths: 2
Recently renovated Victorian featuring 2900+ square feet of living space. 1st floor features large living room, dining room, master bedroom, 2nd bedroom, full bath, kitchen & mudroom. 2nd floor features another full living space with living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a full bath. This home can be used as a private residence, a B&B or as a multi-unit home. Unique pastoral oil wall mural on stairway wall going from 1st floor to 2nd floor. Public water & sewer. Unfinished 3rd floor and 2 story barn. Fish or kayak nearby on the Androscoggin River.Conveniently located to Portland Jet Port(73 miles), Sunday River Ski Resort (19 miles), Sugarloaf Ski Resort (48 miles) and Webb Lake (Mt Blue State Park - 12 miles), Mt Washington, NH, (62 miles), Wildcat Mountain Ski Resort, NH (58 miles), LL Bean, Freeport, ME (56 miles)

Town: Dixfield
Zoning: Rural
Driveway: Gravel
Taxes: $3,022
Tax Year: 2018
MLS ID: 1402118
Rooms: 11
½ Baths: 0
Basement: Unfinished
Construction: Wood Frame
Exterior: Clapboard
Floors: Wood
Garage: Attached, Barn, Storage Above
Heating Fuel: Oil
Style: Victorian
Water: Public
Stephen Merriam
RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn
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After a successful sales and marketing career with Reebok International, I have transitioned to real estate in the Mid-Coast of Maine. My experience in negotiating retail leases, market analysis, and design will be advantageous as we embark on our real estate journey.

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I am a member of the Lincoln County Board of REALTORS®, Maine Association of REALTORS® and the National Board of REALTORS®. I am also a proud supporter of the Lincoln County Animal Shelter.