You’ll feel like you’ve traveled back in time when you visit this vintage farmhouse. With all the charming features you look for in this type of property. The classic big farmhouse kitchen looking out the back yard and a large dining room for family dinners and holiday gatherings. Over 1900 sq ft, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathroom’s, closets galore. There's even a bonus room and a pantry. Choose between sitting on the front porch or the back. If you’ve got stuff this house has storage! Did I mention the 3 story barn, bring the sleds and atvs, or maybe you’re looking for a small plot to grow food- there's ample room for great gardens. There's already a raspberry patch on the side of the house, along with a small pond in the backyard. Need to bring your job or business- No problem, high speed internet available with Spectrum Broadband service. If you hang around town you’ll hear stories of when there was an ice cream parlor in the lower barn- and how the boys would chase the girls around town and end up at the ice cream parlorthe original soapstone sink is still here. Located at the edge of the village with easy year round public road access. A large gravel driveway with plenty of parking. You’ll have approximately 2.7 acres to call your own, with easy access to ITS 89. Swimming in the Sandy River, just down the road at what the locals call Salmon Hole. University of Maine at Farmington is just a 30 minute drive. About 2 hours to Portland and 3 hours to Boston. Phillips is steeped in rich history, once a booming town, You can still find the remnant of the Diamond Match Company factory that used to make close pins and toothpicks here in town. Once a stop on the Narrow Gauge Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad, This railroad used to run out of Farmington up to Sugarloaf and Saddleback making stops in towns along the way. They still run a small track in town so everyone can enjoy the nostalgia. Phillips is also the home of Fly Rod Crosby - She was Maine's first registered guide. While many updates have been done, there is still a lot of work to be done. The home is in need of general repair and updates. Your imagination and tool belt will be needed. Property is being sold “as is, where is” and will not be broom swept at closing.