Northern Log Home, Barn and 5.4 Acres

Northern Log Home, Barn and 5.4 Acres
Property Details
  • 3 Bedrooms / 1 Bathrooms
  • Listing price: $249,000
  • Address: 668 McLaughlin Road Town of Masonville & Walton
  • Square feet: 900 sq feet
  • Acreage: 5.49
  • Built: 1982
Land Info
  • Lot size: 5.49
  • Land type: rural
  • Woods: 25
  • Field: 75
  • Water: well
  • Sewer: yes
  • Electric: NYSEG
  • Frontage: 260.95
  • Recreational Water? off
Building Info
  • Type of home: Solid log home.
  • Age of home: 1982
  • House size: 900 sq feet
  • Rooms upstairs: Kitchen, living room, bedroom1, bedroom2 and bathroom
  • Rooms downstairs: bedroom and garage
  • Stories: 1
  • Foundation: POURED CONCRETE
  • Heat type: FHA with fuel oil and wood combination furnace plus small propane stove in living room
  • Electric: CB
  • Neighborhood type: Rural
Other Features
  • Personal Property Included: off
  • Taxes: School $1,945 & Town & Cty $1,680.00
  • Utilities: fuel oil, internet and phone. electric and propane
  • Special Features/Restrictions: 20x20 barn with hay loft and additional small shed. Garden area and nice open field.
Listing Agent

Straight out of Bangor, Maine, this rustic and charming Northern log home is a perfect weekend escape in the mountains or permanent homestead. It comes with 5.4 acres of land, not just any land, but includes a pasture in the back and a stand of beautiful Red Pine trees and hardwoods. Included is a nice 20’x20′ barn, suitable for horses or other livestock like goats, sheep, pigs and such.

The basement is high-quality poured concrete, has a bedroom, washer and dryer units and 1 car garage. It also houses the oil FHA furnace and wood furnace. A spacious deck spans the entire front of the cabin, overlooking the front of the property and the quiet country road in the distance. Upstairs includes 2 bedrooms, full bath and open concept kitchen, living room and dining room. If you have a little “farmer” in you or like more than a hint of country, this very tasteful and complete country setup might be just what you’ve been looking for.