Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Farmer Wants Out

$329900 / 4br - Real Maine Country Farm (West Gardiner, Maine)

Date: 2010-06-16, 8:13PM EDT
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Here is a home you do not want to let slip away. This is an 1820's real country farm house built on 8 Beautiful acres nestled in the country yet within 10 miles of Augusta/ Gardiner, Maine. This home offers 4 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths with an old wood/cook stove in the Kitchen. Cuddle by its large fireplce on those cool summer evenings or just rest on its back or front porches after a hard days work on the farm. This home offers an oil fired boiler with a attached wood boiler and 5-6 cords of fire wood for the coming winter all in place. There also is a 32'x32' barn with ample hay storage in its loft area. Two pastures for your animals to roam and feed in. Two large established garden plots and a raised bed garden area to meet all of your gardening needs. It also has a large high yeilding Raspberry patch and 5-6 Apples trees for your picking and pie needs. The farm comes with Two Cows (Black Angus) and 10 laying Hens along with 300 bales of hay in the loft for your coming winters feed needs. If you have a dream to farm and to live the simple country life than this is the home for you. This is a must see. This is not a dream it is for real for only $329,900. 

Oh, Mr. Farmer, please don't sell your pretty little farm! Your cows and chickens love you. Don't give them up for the bright lights and the big city. Stay home.

You've already got your hay baled and your wood chopped. You're all set, except for maybe watering the pumpkin patch. Take the family to DisneyWorld and try to get your groove back. Please stop dreaming of running off to Vegas with $329,900. You don't want to miss raspberry season, do you?

And what are you planning to do with all those poor hens? You say you're selling ten, but I see about 20 in the photo. You can't take chickens to Vegas, you know.

After all: Maine is The Way Life Should Be.

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