Cove View Farm sits neatly on South Thomaston’s lovely Dublin Road tucked behind a stand of stately pine trees. Loved and cared for by a local family for years – the very ones who planted fruit trees and gardens throughout the almost 2-acre lot – it’s time for Sea Cove to welcome a new steward. The property sits in very close proximity to Ballyhac Cove and offers peek-a-boo seasonal views; that sweet salt air smell, however, is present throughout the year. Just a hop, skip and a jump to the Village Center where you will find the iconic and beloved ‘Keag Store (literally the best crab rolls around), the Library, Post Office and the Public Landing. In the summer months, it’s a joy to watch boats launch from the public floats and fishermen cast their lines into the Weskeag River – a natural marvel as this saltwater river reverses course at different tides. The South Thomaston Historical Society placed a plaque on the house indicating portions date all the way back to 1787 while more current renovations brought the property up to modern standards. The house has 4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms – one floor living is absolutely possible here as the laundry room and two of the bedrooms (one which could easily be used as an office or den thanks to lovely wooden built-ins) are on the first floor. The sunken living room has vaulted ceiling, accented by hand-hewn beams and a beautiful floor to ceiling granite fireplace with a gas Jotul fireplace. The lot is flat with an original stone wall on one of the boundaries. Just steps away from the house is a large barn/garage that could be used as a workshop -this space also offers an insulated loft above. 117 Dublin Road is just minutes away from Rockland and Thomaston and from the area’s public beaches and State Parks. Initial conversations with the Town of Thomaston suggest that this lot could be split into two.
|Address:||117 Dublin Road|
|Lot Square Feet:||1.750 acres|