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31 Fort Hill Street, Wiscasset, ME  04578

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Property Details

Status
Active
Type
Single-family residential
Rooms
6
Bedrooms
2
Baths
2 full / 1 half
Style
Federal, Other Style
Year Built
1860
Garage
Off Street Parking
Parking
5 - 10 Spaces, On Site
Heating
Heat Pump, Multi-Zones, Stove
Cooling
Heat Pump
Basement
Full, Walkout Access
Approx Sq. Feet
2,692
Acreage
0.09
Est. Taxes
$6,476
Lot Desc
Open, Sidewalks
View
Scenic
Amenities
Deck, Laundry - 1st Floor, Primary Bedroom w/Bath, Storage, Walk-in Closets
Appliances
Dishwasher, Dryer, Gas Range, Microwave, Refrigerator, Washer
MLS#
1486720

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$545,000

31 Fort Hill Street, Wiscasset, ME, Maine 04578. The Rundlet Carriage House, circa 1860 - You'll love the feel of this great space with exposed timber-framing and time worn hemlock floors. Open and airy, completely updated, well insulated and energy efficient. The main level offers a high profile gallery space, formerly an upscale fine art gallery. Bring your dreams to life here! A short walk at the end of your workday takes you upstairs to your 2 bedroom, 2 bath loft-style apartment. Live and work in historic Wiscasset, a vibrant community on the shore of the Sheepscot River known as ''the antiques capital of Maine'. Walk to shops, restaurants, galleries and waterfront. Take the afternoon off, launch a kayak and relax on the river watching the herons feed and eagles soar. Come to the Coast of Maine, open a shop and breathe the ocean air!! Signage easily visible from Route 1 which benefits from over 20K cars a day in the summer!