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When listing your home online, you’ll have unsurpassed resources to show potential buyers how special your property is. A picture is worth a thousand words, which is why we have professional photographers like David Clough and Joe Corrado capture every part of your house with thier keen eye fine-tuned by decades in the architectural photography space. We also provide Matterport renderings of each house to show a virtual, 3D layout complete with floor plans. Working closely with Franz Furniture of Warren, Maine, we also have the ability to stage your home if you’ve already started your next great adventure.
Our background in journalism also provides with the unique ability to wordsmith; we don’t just write run of the mill property descriptions that only give potential clients the basic information about your house. We highlight all the thing that make your property unique and appealing – all the tangibles and intangibles. We tell its story and we transport people there…
Here are some of our favorite description from past listings:
Anyone who has ever visited the Village of Clark Island in Saint George falls in love, full stop, no exceptions. This is a magical little village once home to quarry workers and their families; these industrious settlers worked in the quarries producing stunningly beautiful granite used in stately buildings across the County. You can still see remnants of a bustling village – the old post office, general store, church and Union Hall are all private homes now and the small, charming houses that were the warm, comfortable respites after a long, hard day in the quarries still remain…and 7 Second Street is one of those very places. Nestled between ancient granite ledge, mature trees and surrounded by gardens full of native flowers the owners of 7 Second Street have maintained this house with love and attention to detail. Situated on an unusually sizable lot in the village proper, almost a third of an acre, the house is neat and tidy with a fenced-in yard. The main house has two bedrooms and one bathroom and three outbuildings round out the space; an adorable bungalow sits separate from the house – create a guest house, a studio, or an in-home office. The property has an oversized garage and workshop that sits adjacent to the house and a sturdy, bright outbuilding is perfect for storing bikes, kayaks, and paddleboards. There are four decks creating incredible outdoor living spaces including a second-floor deck off the primary bedroom. Walk to dinner or breakfast at The Causeway Restaurant at the Craignair Inn, bike the loop through the woods or explore the stunning waterfront just yards from the house. Clark Island was recently bought by Maine Coast Heritage Trust to preserve access to this amazing island complete with sandy beaches, swimming quarries, and miles of hiking trails. The working-waterfront villages of Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde are just minutes away and the conveniences of larger towns, such as Rockland and Thomaston, are accessible in less than 15 minutes.
308 Main Street is one of those rare homes where aesthetics aligns exactly with the very way it feels to live there. Elegant in a purposeful, graceful, understated way typical of Federal homes, this property has been painstakingly maintained and updated with great care taken to preserve the historical and architecturally important elements of this sophisticated home. In 1840, Thomaston was home to two of the Nation’s seven millionaires, Ship Captains who built grand homes here, and roughly 50 years later, the original owners of 308 Main Street followed suit. The property sits on almost 2 in-town acres and is located in the Historic District which encompasses the lush Mall area of the village as well as the quaint, walkable Main Street complete with shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries, and an incredible family-owned grocery. The house has 4 bedrooms (3 ensuites) and 3 bathrooms; there is a private suite above the kitchen perfect for a home office or guest suite. A lovely dining room sits directly off the newly renovated kitchen. Keeping the original soapstone sink as the design anchor, a Viking refrigerator and dishwasher were added as well as a rare and gourmet Heartland gas range. A custom, solid maple center island makes the kitchen warm and functional. Two sitting rooms flank the front entrance – one cozier and one slightly more formal with a beautiful fireplace. The yard is equally as gracious with a sweet, grassy stream running along the back of the property. A flagstone patio sits at the back of the house and the original stone retaining wall and stair lead to a courtyard, made private by antique lilac bushes. Just beyond find fruit trees, grape vines, gardens, and mature trees. You can walk to the Public Landing (or drive for those wanting to launch a kayak or a paddle board). This is where the St. George River begins, a bustling saltwater way running between St. George and Cushing Peninsulas before it empties out in Port Clyde into Muscongus and Penobscot Bays
Located on a stretch of serpentine road that hugs the rocky shores of South Thomaston, 313 Waterman Beach Road sits between rolling open fields and large swaths of mature forest…and oh, the views! This remarkably well-maintained house overlooks almost 180-degree views of Waterman’s Beach, the varied harbors, and boat fleets of Spruce Head Island and Muscongus Bay. The ideas are endless for this ship-shape house; build up to take full advantage of the endless views or keep it as is, it’s move-in ready, while you figure out how you want to live in this super-efficient ranch. Surrounded by a large lawn, an oversized front deck provides front-row seats to some of the most beautiful views the Coast of Maine could provide. 313 is a one-owner house and the pride of ownership is evident everywhere you turn; think neat, buttoned up, cared for…a sturdy canvas for the next owner to reinvent upon.
Tucked into the woods with sunlight filtering through the trees, this magical cottage sits on the shores of pristine Long Cove. A lovely, landscaped yard slopes down to the shore and the views in front of you are ever-changing; you see islands, eagles and osprey, lobster and pleasure boats and in the very distance, the Camden Hills rising above the unspoiled, rocky shoreline and miles of spiky pine trees. 112 States Point Road is an exceedingly well-maintained and beloved family home; the owner has exceptional style (after all, interior design and fabrics shaped her career) and this sweet house feels just right. With an acre of land and over 150 feet of water frontage, this house has the elements of both a year-round residence and a summer house all at once thanks to a wraparound deck accessed by virtually every room, an open-concept floor plan on the first floor, stunningly beautiful gardens bounded by granite walls, hardwood floors and even a mooring perfect for a small boat. Long Cove is an outstanding place to boat and fish and just around the corner is Tenants Harbor and the open ocean for those who want to access other areas by boat. Right in front of you is Clark Island, which was recently bought by the Maine Coast Heritage Trust to preserve access to this amazing island complete with sandy beaches, swimming quarries and miles of hiking trails. The house offers noticeable quality in the details and an eye towards a casually sophisticated living space – the working-waterfront villages of Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde are just minutes away and the conveniences of larger towns, such as Rockland and Thomaston, are accessible in less than 20 minutes.
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