This completely renovated colonial home is just moments away from Sebago Lake and Saint Joseph's College of Maine. Situated on 2.29 acres and located in a quiet neighborhood, built in 1988, this 2,588 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home offers natural lighting throughout, a freshly painted interior and exterior, with plenty of space to grow.
Enter through the new front door with radiant windows or use the farmers porch which leads to a welcoming mudroom. On the main floor you will find the kitchen featuring all new appliances and new quartz countertops, a spacious formal dining area with a new modern light fixture, beautiful new vinyl flooring throughout, a completely upgraded 1/2 bath with private washer/dryer closet, a spacious family room with charming brick fireplace and glass sliding doors that overlook the backyard trees.
The second floor offers 3 bedrooms with all new carpet, and an upgraded full bathroom with a beautifully tiled tub, double vanity, new toilet, new vinyl flooring and lighted mirrors. The unfinished basement offers plenty of space for extra storage.
Outside you will find a paved driveway with plenty of parking, a 2-car garage with storage area above, a shed, and a large private back deck which overlooks your own peaceful wooded area.
Located along the shores of Sebago Lake, the small town of Standish, Maine, offers many family-friendly attractions. One of the first stops to visit is the Steep Falls Wildlife Management Area. It offers groomed hiking trails, woodlands, wetlands and canoeing areas. The nature area has restroom facilities and is open from sunrise until sunset.
Take the whole family for a day of fun at the Seacoast Adventure. Race each other on the go-karts, ride the 100-foot sea swing or play a few rounds of miniature golf. During the summertime, the Adventure Cove water park area offers water slides, a wave pool, sprinkling fountains and more.
People who enjoy musicals or theatrical productions could get tickets to a performance at the Schoolhouse Arts Center. Each year, community actors put on plays and productions for children, families and adults. The Schoolhouse Arts Center is handicap-accessible.
History buffs and architecture fans should visit the Marrett House. This house was built in the 1780s and is the home of the area’s first parson. Constructed in a Greek Revival style, it now houses a museum with original and replica furnishings. Scheduled tours and self-guided tours are available. Each October, the Marrett House has an open house and arts festival.
Pick up an antique or handmade gift at the Sebago Lake Trading Company. It has some hand-crafted replicas as well as original items from the area’s first settlers. The Sebago Lake Trading Company is located close to several restaurants and delis for a relaxing afternoon visit.