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Listed by Stefan Karnopp of Black Bear Realty

Enjoy this beautifully renovated Farmhouse with 635 feet of water frontage on pristine 169 acre Upper Kimball Lake! This classic New England setting with barn, stone walls, large sunny lot sloping down to the water, 3 bedrooms and 2 additional guest rooms will transform you back to a better time. The home itself has been painstakingly remodeled by Cormack Builders. Some of the many improvements are the expected luxuries one would find in a high-end home; new, bright, sunny kitchen with granite counters, Bosch/Subzero appliances, and remodeled baths. Attention to detail was implemented while moving walls, rebuilding one of the staircases, finding replacement wide pine flooring, trim work around the 29 new Pella architectural windows mimicking the original, chimneys (including the beehive oven) were rebuilt to duplicate the original 1831 configuration, modern wiring, plumbing, insulation, heating system - forced hot water and pellet. Bring your kayak, paddle board and fishing rod to start making new memories with the family! School Children get to attend Fryeburg Academy. *Contingent on lot 32 subdivision (seller keeping a lot), home being sold with all water frontage and a total 4 + or - acres.

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