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This house has some unique features. Many of the rooms have X10 remote control lights including: Master Bed Room, Living Room, Dining Area, Firepplace Area, Kitchen, Stairway, Foyer, Work Shop and the Outside Lights. With X10 all the lights can be turned on or off from various remotes as well as the wall switches. The Workshop is on its own zone and the X10 remote turns on the dust collector. The remote at the top of the stairs is set to turn off all lights with the press of a single button. The dishwasher and microwave are both in drawers that pull out from the center island cabinets. There are many built in book cases and display shelves.

All bed rooms have ceiling fans as does the Fireplace Sitting Area and the Craftroom.

Please understand the drawing below is not to scale, it is just meant to give an idea of the layout. Between the second floor and the finished rooms on the first floor there is 2600 square feet of living space. The house is 63' by 40 feet outside dimensions.

Most of the living space of this house is the second floor with the following rooms upstairs;   Click Here to go to the Down Stairs.

Master Suite  Guest Suite  Second Guestroom   Living Room  Stairway / Foyer  Kitchen  Cupola & Tunnel

Master Suite

    Bed Room

The floor is Select White Oak, the drapes are sun darkening and insulated and along with electric rods and a timer we can set the drapes to open when the sun is up and close once the sun goes past allowing  solar gain without glass loss.  It also helps in the summer to keep the room cool by closing when the sun is shining in.   The small fireplace is fully functional and helps warm the room and set the ambiance.  The "mini split" HVAC can provide heat as well as cooling.

In the corner of the bedroom is a small closet under the gambrel roof eave.  Rather than waste the space it became a "server" closet.  The DSL Modem, router and a couple of Desk Top PCs occupied the space.

The area behind the bed and between the dormers is a walk through closet.  Clothes can be hung above the built in dressers and there are shelves and deep drawers under the other side for storing out of season clothes.

The linen closet in the bathroom is quite large and has shelves floor to ceiling. The mirror to the left of the sink opens up so it can be used while standing over the sink. The tub is a two person whirlpool and the shower is a two person  with separate controls for each shower head.

There is a 20 foot by 20 foot deck off the master bed room with stairs leading   to a lower 14 foot by 30 foot deck with stairs to ground. The gate allows for using a lift to get big   things up the second floor. check the outside for other photos.

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Master
This little Fireplace can really help warm the room up. We use it a lot in October
and November before we turn on the oil heat.
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Master
This is a "Free floating bi-fold door" which saves space especially next to the little fireplace.
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Master
Master Bed Room TV and sitting area.
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Master
Door to the Master Bath
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Master
These are heavy "Sun Blocking" Drapes. The curtain rod is
electric and can be set up via a timer to open and close automatically.
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Master
The French Doors lead to a 20 X 20 deck
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Master
This area of the room is perfect for a home office.
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Master
This area of the room is big enough for a king size bed with night tables.
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Master
This is the dormer on the other side of the room.
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Master
This little door hides a space under the eaves which we have used as our "server closet".
We keep the DSL modem, a UPS, the wireless router and a couple of PCs in here.
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Master
This shows the inside and the fact that we store some stuff in this space.
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Master
This is the walk through closet between the two dormers and behind the bed.
Lots of room to hung things up on the high bar, plus built in drawers.
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Master
Looking into the walk through closet.
Master
Notice the low drawers which go back under the eaves for off season clothes storage.
Plus there are shelves for more storag behind the hanger rod.
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Master
The shelves and drawers under the clothes hanger rod.
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Master Bath
The Linen closet in the Master Bath is large enough to hold plenty of sheets and towels and store various items.
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Master Bath
The doors are the same as the Walk Through Closet and there is a light fixture in the closet.
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Master Bath
This is a two person whirlpool tub with built in shelves for your soaps and oils.
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Master Bath
The sink is built into the dormer.
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Master Bath
The Mirror is to the left of the sink, but opens up so you can still see your reflection while facing the sink.
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Master Bath
The Shower is large enough for two adults and has separate controls and shower heads.
It is a true his and hers shower.
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Master Bath
The toilet is comfort height and has the required reading materal rack.
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Master Deck
This is the 20' X 20' Deck.
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Master Deck
Looking back from the outside corner of the deck.
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Master Deck
An 8' section of the rail is hinged and bolted so it can be rolled open.
This is very handy for pushing the snow off the deck and for moving large heavy items up into the house using the fork lift.

Guest Suite

We refer to this as the guest suite because when we built the house and moved in our  three sons were grown and gone. We have hosted them, the grandkids as well as many friends in this room and the  the seond bedroom off the living area. The Guest Bed room also has its own entrance and deck. The deck is where we  keep the firewood in the winter. The end rail comes out so an entire pallet of firewood can be set rather than bringing  firewood up a bag at a time. The deck has a post with a clothes hanging line that goes across the yard to an Elm tree  allowing us to hang clothes out. You might notice the generator under the stair landing, this is tied to the house by an Automatic Transfer Switch. When the power goes out the generator comes on and picks up critical systems; Entertainment Center, Kitchen, Heat, Well, and  and certain lights.

We love the colors and neat border in the guest bedroom.

The Guest Bathroom has a shower stall and also hosts the upstairs washer and dryer.

The second guest bedroom is an open room because it was originally used as a Craft Room, but now has three childrens beds.

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Guest Bed Room 1
Double bed and night stand with large closet.
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Guest Bed Room 1
The left pocket door goes into the living room, the right pocket door goes into the Guest Bath.
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Guest Bed Room 1
Other end of the room with a desk and dresser.
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Guest Bath Room
Just a regular shower stall in this bath room.
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Guest Bath Room
Since most of the living space is on the second floor it is good having a washer and dryer up stairs.
The clothes line off the Guest Room Deck is also handy with the washer being up stairs.
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Guest Bath Room
A view through the Bath Room from Kitchen to Guest Room outside entrance.
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Guest Bath Room
Pedestal sink with a mirror over it.
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Guest Bath Room
Sink and comfort height toilet..
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Guest Deck
The rail at this end of the deck comes out to allow the fork lift to put a pallet of firewood up.
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Guest Deck
And here it is, a pallet of firewood.
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Guest Deck
This is other end of the Guest Deck where the clothes line resides.
Yes, we use this "solar clothes dryer".
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Guest Deck
A view of the stairs showing the generator under the landing.
The generator runs on the same propane tank as the stove.
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Guest Room 2
The bunk beds in the second guest room.
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Guest Room 2
This shows the single bed and the open concept, notice the closet area is open to the room.
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Guest Room 2
Looking in from the living room at closet area.
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Guest Room 2
Looking in from the living room at the bunk beds.

Kitchen

The Kitchen is Galley Style which is convenient and uses the space wisely. This Stove is a Thermador, it is 6 burner plus with griddle and dual ovens. The exhaust fan is 600 cfm and the hood has lights and warming lights and warming rack. The built in Refrigerator is stainless, the Dishwasher is a two drawer dishwasher and the Microwave is in a drawer. The cabinets are Maple and are mostly pull out drawers to take advantage of the depth under the slope of the gambrel roof, upper cabinets are not very deep at the top. Counter tops are granite, Brazilian River Bottom. The pantry is large and has shelves floor to ceiling. In addition to the Refrigerator, there is a wine cooler under the cabinet.

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Kitchen
Six burner, griddle, two oven Thermador Stainless Steel Stove.
The burners and griddle are gas, the ovens are electric.
The vent hood is 600CFM and has lights and warming lights.
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Kitchen
Other side of the stove, notice the warming racks on the back splash.
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Kitchen
Looking down the counter from the stove to the back of the China Cabinet.
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Kitchen
This is the counter and cabinets that run under the gambrel roof line.
The upper cabinets are rather shallow, but do fit most of the plates, bowls and other items.
The lower cabinets are all drawers which go way back under the roof line. They hold food, glasses, pots and pans.
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Kitchen
Various size drawers for different functions, but they all go deep.
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Kitchen
Even though there are doors on this cabinet it has a drawer inside.
The Granite counter top extends all the way to the broom closet wall with out a cabinet so there is a place for
the trash can and recycle bin plus the vegetable bin.
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Kitchen
The refrigerator is built in and is Stainless Steel with an ice maker. The little door to the left is the broom closet.
These are regular cabinets with shelves and the Wine Cooler sits between them.
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Kitchen
The Dishwasher is the first appliance in this photo, both drawers are full dishwasers.
This is a great feature when hosting Thanksgiving or a super bowl party.
The second drawer that is open farther down the counter is the Microwave which is also built in.
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Kitchen
Duplicate but a slightly different view.
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Kitchen
The China Cabinet anchors one end of the Kitchen counters and holds the Fine China and Silver Ware used for family gatherings.
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Kitchen
The book case anchors the other end of the Kitchen counters and has a USB charging outlet mounted in it.
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Kitchen
This shows the Breakfast Bar with the China Cabinet and Book Shelf.
There are also wine racks at either end of the bar.
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Kitchen
The Breakfast Bar from the other end.
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Kitchen
This is the Pantry which has some very nice custom stained glass doors.
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Kitchen
This is inside the right side of the Pantry, the shelves go from floor to ceiling.
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Kitchen
This is inside the left side of the Pantry, the shelves go from floor to ceiling.

Living Room

The Fire place is a beautiful feature in the living room and has a sitting area set up in front of it.  The floor in front of the fireplace is ceramic tile, the rest of the floor is prefinished oak. The book cases are Maple and act as a stair wall, while allowing air flow. The TV is mounted so it can be seen from the Galley Kitchen while working at the sink, counters or stove.

The Dining Area is just off the Kitchen and has a very large Picture window with electrically controlled drapes like the Master Suite. The drapes help insulate the window, but let the sun through by setting the timer for hours when the sun is hitting the window. Behind the small door is more storage under the gambrel roof, this is where we keep the extra dining room chairs.

The Coupola is a great feature especially in the summer as opening the tunnel and the door in the foyer gives us a nice draft from downstairs cooling us off.  It also houses a "whole house fan" to enhance the cooling effect on warm nights.

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Living Room
The Fireplace is a very nice feature and is very useful as well.
We use it from late September through the winter. We do not turn on the oil heat until the weather stays cold all day, usually November.
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Living Room
The floor in front of this fireplace is ceramic tile, it makes sense because occasionally a spark does fly out.
This pulls its combustion air from outside which limits heat loss due to the flue. A fire started at 4:00 pm and kept going until 10:00 pm will
keep the hearth warm until morning.
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Living Room
This shows the sitting area in front of the fireplace and part of the living room.
On the wall to the right of the fireplace is the timer for the whole house fan.
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Living Room
These book cases and rail separate the Stairs from the living area.
Since they do not go to the ceiling it allows air flow from downstairs which helps with the whole house fan.
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Living Room
This is a view from the Galley Kitchen. The Living Room is set up so you can see the TV while cooking or cleaning up.
We are big Football fans so this is important during Football season.
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Living Room
This view encompasses the Living Room, Fireplace Sitting Area and the Kitchen.
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Dining Area
This shows the sitting area in front of the fireplace looking towards the Dining Area.
The large picture window provides a nice view of the yard and lets in lots of light.
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Dining Area
The drapes for this window are like the MBR drapes, they are Sun Blocking and provide insullation.
They are on an electric rod with a timer. Typically in the winter we have them open at about 8:00am and close at about 4:00pm.
This lets in the sun for some solar gain then helps insulate when the sun goes down.
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Dining Area
Different angle on the dining area.
Notice the little door in the wall, this opens to another little storage area under the roof.
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Dining Area
Different angle on the dining area.
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Dining Area
Sometimes we turn the table, especially if we are hosting more than eight people.
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Dining Area
This is the area behind the little door under the roof. We keep the extra dining chairs here.
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Living Room
This faux stained glass cover hides the entrance to the Coupola in the middle of the living room ceiling.
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Coupola Tunnel
This is the pull down ladder to get up into the Coupola.
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Coupola Tunnel
This is where the whole house fan resides.
Turn on the timer on the wall by the Fireplace, open the panel, then turn on one or two fans using the remote control.
This keeps us cool on all but the hottest Maine nights.
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Coupola
This is a small area, 8' so a picture of the entire area is hard to take.
There are six casement windows.
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Coupola
This is the view out of one of the Coupola Windows.

 

First Floor 

The First floor has a Foyer, Large Craft room, and Bathroom as well as a two car garage and large work shop, there is also an outside attached room for the oil tanks.

The tank room houses the two 330 Gallon oil tanks plus provides some storage.  The heat for this room is a heat lamp.  The oil only needs to be kept above zero degrees so it does not gel. 

Please understand this drawing is not to scale it is just to give an idea of the layout.

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Stair Way
These are the stairs leading to the first floor.
The treads are cherry as are the rails
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Stair Way
This is the landing with a nice star burst pattern.
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Stair Way
This little door opens into a storage space that spans the Foyer and Downstairs Bath Room.
There is a similar door in the work shop leading to the same space.
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Stair Way
These stairs lead from the landing into the Foyer.
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Foyer
The ceremic tile floor in the Foyer has a nice design in the center.
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Foyer
The Foyer looking towards the bathroom from the craftroom.
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Foyer
The Foyer looking from the work shop door towards the outside door.
Notice that the door to the Craft Room is a Dutch Door.
This allows the temperature between the rooms to be the same while locking the dog and kids out.
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Craftroom
This is the view from the inside end of the Craftroom towards the outside wall.
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Craftroom
This is the view from the outside end of the Craftroom towards the inside wall.
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Craftroom
These windows are high in the wall in order to save the wall space.
The top left, bottom center and top right windows all open electrically.
The windows can be opened individually or all together.
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Craftroom
This shows the windows with the lights on.
These are the windows we open when we run the whole house fan.
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Craftroom
The little door in the high wall leads to another storage area.
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Downstairs Bath Room
This photo is looking into the bathroom from the foyer.
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Downstairs Bath Room
This bathroom has a single shower stall.
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Downstairs Bath Room
This bathroom has a standard height toilet and the requisite reading rack.
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Downstairs Bath Room
The washer and dryer in this room do not get a lot of use, but it is nice when the clothes are too dirty to wear upstairs and take off.
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Tank Room
This is a little addition off the garage for the Oil Tanks, two 330 Gallon tanks.
When the temperature drops below zero for an extended time a single heat lamp keeps the oil from gelling.

Work Shop and Garage 

The work shop has a wood bin built over an area of the shop. The Garage is very large and has a two post car lift.
The Garage is not heated directly, but it normally stays at around 50 degrees.

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Work shop
This is a shot of the Work Shop looking from the sink to the outside entry door.
You can see the wide array of tools and the ceiling height
The ceiling height is nice because a 12' board can be turned end over end.
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Work shop
This a photo of the shop looking from the entry door.
This area is heated with a Modine off the same furnace as the rest of the house
the other two items hanging from the ceiling are dust collectors.
The small door high up in the wall leads to the same storage area as the small door above the stair landing.
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Work shop
This a photo of the shop looking from the middle of the shop towards the Foyer Door.
The Floyer door is set up with a weight which closes the door automatically.
This was done to ensure the door remains closed keeping the dust and noise in the workshop.
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Work shop
This a photo of the shop looking from sink towards the french doors into the garage.
The wood bin can be seen forming a lower ceiling in this area.
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House Garage
This a photo of the looking from the french doors towards what we call the repair bay.
There is a two post car lift and several cabinets and work benchs built into this area.
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House Garage
This a photo looking up into the repair bay.
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House Garage
This a photo looking from the corner of the repair bay back towards the french doors into the work shop.
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House Garage
This a photo looking from the inside corner of the repair bay towrds the outside of the other bay.

 Realtor

 W. Gregg Imus
Associate Broker

President Elect, Pen Bay Council of Realtors

2016 TOP PRODUCING AGENT

RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn

73 Elm Street

Camden, ME 04843 

Cell: 207-230-9264

Office: 207-236-9626 ext. 216

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Last updated 07/16/2017