Recently updated New Englander located minutes from Route 1. Just a 5 minute walk to BIW or 8 minutes to in-town shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Well landscaped all around with a fenced in yard, if you're a bird lover this space is made just for you! The home is boasting 3 bonus rooms - 1 could be office space, 1 is used as a SNUG room and the other is an unfinished attic with lots of open space - come with your ideas! Driveway has side by side parking. This is also listed with the Sagadahoc Preservation Society as the ''George & Elizabeth Webster House 1848''. George Webster & his brother William both lived on Union Street. They were Stone Masons & Farmers from the 1840's to the 1870's. They owned a quarry in West Bath. George & his wife Elizabeth bought this house from Denny McCobb who was a big time Civil War Hero documented with the Sagadahoc Preservation Society.
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty.
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