Fayette ME Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Fayette, ME is $240,000.
the county median home value of $159,200.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Fayette, ME is $240,000.
Approximately 51.27% of Fayette homes are owned,
compared to 2.93% rented, while
45.8% are vacant.
Fayette real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Fayette real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Pleasant Fayette Raised Ranch With A View! Open concept kitchen/living/dining room, solid pine cabinets with plenty of counter space, large living room with a view of Kents Hill out the picture window. Each of the bedrooms have double closets, have been freshly repainted, and two of them have new carpeting. Full walkout basement (potential for more finished space) & deck overlooking a nice sized backyard. Bring the barn back to life with a little TLC for storage or animals. Awesome rural location in low-tax Fayette means the commute to Augusta, Waterville, Skowhegan, or Farmington is a breeze. Special 100% financing options available for qualified buyers.
Are you handy and looking for a project? This three bedroom one bath home needs finish work. Some building supplies are in the home including doors, sheetrock, etc. Main level has open concept kitchen/dining room filled with sunshine, living room, bedroom and full bath. Second story offers 2 spacious bedrooms. Entry room accesses home and basement. Full basement with new hot water heater. 4.25 acre lot perfect for seeing wildlife.
0335 Cottage style single family- 2 bedroom & loft, full bath/laundry, full basement garage under, private water and sewer. Deeded to beach and boat launch
A blue moon is how often a property like this becomes available. Farmhouse with acreage, large barn, carriage house with an apartment and rental income in both the house and apartment. Imagine this picturesque setting that could be a great place for horses, dogs, livestock or agricultural endeavors. Built in 1825 makes this property one for the history books during the times when John Quincy Adams was the 6th president, the completion of the Erie Canal, the Battle of the Alamo, and the first years of Maine becoming a state. The farmhouse is divided into two very large apartments, has gleaming hardwood floors, wood stoves, custom kitchen, total of 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, screened porch, laws, gardens and more. Across the yard is the Carriage house featuring vaulted ceilings, propane heat and a great rental history. The barn was painted in 2020 and completes the historic aspect of the property and has stalls for horses or multiple other uses. The 10 acres has fields and woods and abuts conservation land PLUS a right of way to Echo Lake by way of nearby camp road.
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