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Listed by Michele Jordan of Badger Realty, LLC

Wonderful Fenderson Farm with large barn built in 1795! Two homes built pre-1840, icehouse, chicken coop & newer oversized two car garage all on 196 acres! Bring your family and come see this sweet property to create your homestead. Raise your farm animals on these beautiful pastures, fields, and wooded acres! Both homes have had siding and windows replaced. All buildings could use some TLC with both homes livable and loved! Please note that the square footage, room numbers, etc. are a combination of both homes, and you can see size and layout in the attachments. There is also an additional parcel that isn't adjoining but not far away that has a deeded 'reserved' right of way over another property from Randall Lake Rd. Within commuter distance to Portland to the east and North Conway to the west. If it's a 2nd home home you are yearning for then this idyllic property is the one for you as it's only two hours from the Boston area! Located in the heart of the western foothills of Maine it is close to lakes, ponds, mountains and valleys with skiing, hiking, swimming, boating, snowmobiling and any other recreational activity just outside your door!

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