Unique Scandinavian-Inspired Maine Mansion Is Unquestionably One of a Kind
I just found quite possibly the most unique house on the market in Maine, and it just so happens to be in my hometown of Gorham, ME.
Gorham is a wonderful suburb of Portland. It has great schools, outstanding restaurants, the greatest house of pizza in America, solid breweries, and is home to three "Survivor" contestants.
It's also home to potentially the most original houses in the state.
This "Scandinavian-inspired" home at 7 Angeltun Lane looks like something right out of an architectural magazine.
This property is loaded with cool features. The house has geothermal heating, slick wooden flooring, a giant kitchen, stainless steel everything, a giant chalkboard door (wait, what?), a fireplace, the world's largest bathtub, and a vast footprint.
With seven acres, the property is quite private. That's a major plus, considering Gorham is close to Portland, the airport, the turnpike, and numerous outdoor attractions.
This house is truly one-of-a-kind in Maine. A tremendous buy for a couple or family who are into modern-style domiciles and very clean interior features.
Plus, there's a ton of space around the house for the new owners to put their own spin on the landscaping. Perhaps a waterslide from the second-floor deck? I'm just throwing some ideas out there.
Let's take a closer look at this gem of a house, available from Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate - Masiello Group for $889,000.