There are many historical homes in Maine that continue to hold their original beauty and are a joy to live in. Renovated historical homes give the chance to live in the present, but also to appreciate architectural history. Many home owners of historical homes in Maine have invested a great deal of time and energy into restoring their home while maintaining the true character. Some of these amazing homes are for sale.
Although located all over the state, there is an incredible example of a historical home in Maine on Intervale Road in New Gloucester, Cumberland County. The Rev. Elisha Moseley House is a gorgeous and classic Federal style home built in circa 1803 and rests on 1.5+ acres! Registered in the National Register of Historical Places as one of the historical homes in Maine, it continues to hold its true character and has interesting history. Rev. Elisha Moseley was a minister of the local parish from 1802-1826. One of the rooms didn’t have any windows and history tells that it was used as a brewery. The brewery was famous for producing quality beer that attracted many.
Renovations of the 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom Rev. Elisha Moseley home include stunning refinished pumpkin pine floors and staircase banisters, restored fireplaces, rewired electrical systems, updated roofing and windows, fresh paint, new appliances, a 3 car garage and much more. Of the many historical homes in Maine, this is just one example of a home that has been restored beautifully.
Maintained historical homes in Maine date back to being built as early as the 1700’s although there are many more that have been restored dating back to the 1800’s. For more information the Rev. Elisha Moseley House in Intervale Road in New Gloucester, Maine or other historical homes in Maine for sale, please contact The Cathy Manchester Team of Keller Williams Realty by either visiting www.cathymanchester.com or calling 207-653-7653.