Looking for a new place to call home?  This could be your chance to own a piece of American history!

The home at 104 Webbs Mills Road in Raymond pre-dates the United States of America by six years.  Yes, it was built in 1770!

According to Realtor.com, the 5,700 square foot home has six bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms.  Right now, it is set up as two apartments and an office space.  However, with some time and money, it could be converted to a large, single-family home.

While there has been quite a bit of modernization, it is clear that the house dates back to the 18th century.  Hardwood floors, fireplaces, etc.  It is really quite spectacular.

And, if you like the outdoors, the property comes with 7 acres of land that include a stream and a pond.  It is also a short distance from Sebago Lake.  And, a short drive from all that Windham has to offer - stores, restaurants, theaters, etc.

104 Webbs Mills Road, Raymond

It's hard to believe this home is over 250 years old... It's older than the United States of America! Currently, it is set up as a couple of apartments and an office space. With some work, it could be switched back to being a large single family home. Get more details HERE

As of October 2021, the property is listed at $435,000.  If you were to put $100,000 down at closing, you monthly payment would be just under $2,000.  That includes your mortgage, insurance, and taxes.  If you planned to keep the place as-is, you could easily cover that with rental income.

If you want more details about the individual units, HVAC, rental income, etc just click  HERE

6 East Road, Greenville, Maine

Built in the 1930s, this massive estate looks like something straight out of an old movie. I encompasses over 250 acres and includes a mansion, a golf course, stables, and more. As of October 2021, the price was just under $13 million. Take a look and get more details HERE

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