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A rare find! Come enjoy this historic East Boothbay Colonial home once owned by a Sea Captain, Captain Rice who owned one of the first wood building shipyards in this region. This four bedroom, two story home is located on a beautiful 1.48 acre lot with access to Mill Pond. The entire house is well maintained and possesses many unique aspects including a galley kitchen, a full kitchen, large arching windows, pocket doors, an open porch with a picturesque view of the harbor, a bathroom on each floor and a bedroom on the first floor. This is a perfect investment property, i.e. Airbnb or a Bed and Breakfast while also having such welcoming and charming character to make a perfect home. Come live and experience the peace and quiet serenity found in East Boothbay while still being close to all of the surrounding amenities.

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Listed by Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate/The Masiello Group

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