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This property at 30 Middle Road , Harpswell, ME04079 has listed by Dot  Ollier Team but has not been updated for quite some time. Please contact the listing agent and broker for up to date information.

30 Middle Road
Harpswell, ME04079

$585,000

Single Family Residential
MLS#: 1343695

3 beds2 full baths1 half bath2463 sqft

Lot: 0.89acres Year built: 2007

Embrace coastal living with this immaculate custom-built ranch in a convenient & desirable neighborhood close to Brunswick! Spacious 1st-floor living, gas fireplace, master suite w/full bath, laundry room, open concept, bonus room above heated 3-car garage, large deck, unfinished full dry basement, well-landscaped property, paved driveway, whole-house generator, invisible fence, and more! Located in the heart of Harpswell by the Sea. Near a sheltered cove with easy common waterfront access to a dock and boat launch! Contact Becky-Sue Betts at 207.720.0560 or [email protected]

About the Neighborhood

Harpswell, Maine

Harpswell is bordered by the town of Brunswick to the north, and is separated by the New Meadows River from West Bath to the northeast and Phippsburg to the east. Harpswell is comprised of two peninsulas, accessed by Route 24 (Harpswell Islands Road) on the eastern peninsula, and Route 123 (Harpswell Neck Road) for the western peninsula. The two roads are joined by Mountain Road. Situated on Casco Bay in the Gulf of Maine, part of the Atlantic Ocean, Harpswell has approximately 216 miles of coastline. The 2010 census reports the population of Harpswell as 4,740.

Originally inhabited by Native Americans primarily of the Abenaki tribe, many of the geographic locations are identified by nomenclature originating from the Abenaki. For instance, Great Island was known as “Sebascodiggin,” which today is referenced as “Sebascodegan Island.” The process of settling Harpswell was impacted by disputes with the Native Americans, which were primarily resolved around 1731 as settlers were returning to the area. Harpswell was incorporated in 1758. Industries included farming, shipbuilding, and fishing. Today, fishing remains strong in the community, which also attracts artists and tourists in part due to the natural scenic beauty of the community. The Bailey Island Bridge (known as the Cribstone Bridge) is a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

Harpswell serves as the primary residence for many Midcoast families, but is respected as a summer destination for many families from throughout the United States and abroad.

Dot  Ollier Team

RE/MAX Riverside
207-751-4919
License: Broker, REALTOR
Listed by: Becky-Sue Betts

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