25 Folger Lane, Cambridge, Maine, 04923
If your dream has been to move to Maine to enjoy the beauty of the State and the privacy it offers, you must see this property. Located in the small farming town of Cambridge in Somerset County with a population of less than 500 people, sets this three-bedroom home overlooking fields and hardwood forests on 106+- private acres.
What a perfect spot to have some horses, raise some critters and grow your own food. Currently there are approximately 20 acres of open field, but this could be expanded.
Driving into the property takes you over eight hundred feet of private driveway with views of the fields. The home sets on the west side of the property looking easterly over the fields and surrounding hillside. You will see some great sunrises here as you relax on the front deck.
There is an attached two car garage with direct entry into the mud room of the living space. Here you will also find a first-floor laundry room and half bath. In the center of the home, is the kitchen that is simple but well designed. Off the kitchen is a formal dining room and finishing the first floor is the living room. The living room has wood flooring and a fireplace with propane stove insert. The living room has great views of the fields so you can watch the animals roam.
Upstairs has three bedrooms plus an office space for those of you who prefer to work from home. There is a full bath on the second floor.
The exterior of the home has vinyl siding and a metal roof for low maintenance. There is also a generator in case of a power outage you will not skip a beat. The paved driveway keeps things neat during Maine’s mud season.
From the town of Cambridge, your major shopping would be in Newport, which is about 25 minutes to the southeast. The closest hospital would be in Dover Foxcroft, 35+- minutes to the northeast. The city of Bangor and Bangor International Airport is about 1 hour southeast of this home. Traveling from Boston will take approximately 4 hours.
Hardwood forests, beautiful fields and privacy, what else do you need?