Built in 1900 on the original site of the first normal school in Maine (c. 1839) this wonderful historic 4BR 3BA New England Victorian with a classic wrap-around porch, original fireplaces, pocket doors, stained glass windows, grand staircase, original hardwood floors and post and beam barn in the heart of Eliot is located across the street from the William Fogg Library, and is a short walking distance to Eliot Elementary School and Frost Tufts Park. Original details have been lovingly preserved, with modern updates to kitchen and baths. Once a tennis camp, the court can be revived and outdoor activities now include a large back deck, screened porch huge backyard and an above ground pool! The attached 3 story barn is a wealth of storage space, and architectural plans are available to turn it into an In-law apartment. The unfinished attic offers an additional 1200sf of storage or living space. This home is a true charmer! Make it yours! Buyer to verify square footage.
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