North Haven ME Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in North Haven, ME is $1,024,167.
the county median home value of $174,000.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in North Haven, ME is $1,024,167.
Approximately 25.68% of North Haven homes are owned,
compared to 11.2% rented, while
63.13% are vacant.
North Haven 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 North Haven real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Private and Quiet one floor living close to school and downtown. Open concept with master bedroom bath on one side and 2 bedrooms and bath on the other. Cherry cabinets, rock gardens, deck and more. Island Living all year round.
This spectacular property offers 6.25+/- acres in a wonderful location on Crabtree Point with outstanding views across meadows to Penobscot Bay. Believed to be the oldest house on North Haven, the traditional colonial is in excellent condition, and it has been tastefully updated while retaining its simplicity and historic character. With four bedrooms, elegant finishes, quality amenities, and lovely views, the residence is a classic summer house with today's standards of comfort and style. The property includes expertly designed perennial beds, lawns, woods, fields and a newer in-ground swimming pool, plus access to the 37+/- acre parcel of conservation land forming Crabtree Point. With approximately 5,700+/- feet of shorefront, the conservation land offers a semi-private reserve with beaches, fields and walking trails. There is also shared access to a substantial deep-water wharf.
This classic home was built in the late 1800s and retains much period charm, with bead board in the kitchen, tall ceilings, a front and back 'parlor', and separate formal dining room. Upstairs are four bedrooms and bath - including claw-foot tub -and a landing area surrounded on three sides by hand-carved wooden railing. 95% of the windows are recent and the granite foundation has been reinforced. Part of the roof was recently rebuilt and the entire roof was re-shingled in 2011. The back yard is ample, with a shed formerly used by its previous owner for maintaining his lobster buoys and skiff. The yard backs up to the town's multi-purpose ball field. Close to the village arts center, library, and seasonal restaurants, gift shops, Nebo Lodge, and the Fox Island Thoroughfare. The home is used year-round at this time. Most furnishings included if desired.
A heritage nineteenth-century Cape set within an extraordinary tree park.The John Brown Farm was built for two sea captain brothers in 1828. The year-round, Cape-style farm house sits atop a knoll surrounded by 85+/- acres of meadow, old hardwood forest, orchards, and gardens, in a spectacular private setting. Well-maintained, it features a central chimney with three fireplaces, modern wood stove and furnace, four bedrooms and preserved period details. The salt-water farm includes three outbuildings, among them a 2,640+/- square foot wood-paneled, heated, and nicely-fenestrated barn. The current owners have introduced hundreds of aesthetically-sited trees and bushes to create an extensive, inviting tree park, meticulously cleared. Two warm, spring-fed swimming ponds, with gazebo, pier, and float, and a tranquil island reached by wooden bridge, have been lovingly landscaped with ornamental bushes and dramatic trees. Additional, contiguous waterfront land is available for sale.
Built as Sky Farm's Butler's Cottage, this home has been completely renovated over the past six years with low-maintenance materials and updated details in all rooms. New wiring, new plumbing, new kitchen appliances. In addition to a recent azek deck on the front, a large screened-in porch on the back adds a sublime indoor-outdoor ambiance to the property. With some modifications, the screened-in porch could become a superb master bedroom with full bath readily accessible. Recent roof shingles are guaranteed for fifty years. Beautifully landscaped, the plantings have been designed for easy care. A shingled storage shed with double barn doors was added in 2012. With its equidistant proximity to Pulpit Harbor public dock and public access to the beach at Second Bridge, this prime property, in close-to-perfect condition, is in a prime location. Property improvement details and warranties are available for serious buyers. Some furnishings may be negotiated separately.
With a classic setting and beautiful, historic buildings, this property encompasses 264+/- acres of woods and fields. It offers spectacular views of the little Thorofare, the 'Sparkplug' lighthouse, Stimpson Island, Widow Island, and across Isle au Haut Bay to Isle au Haut. The house is a seasonal mid-nineteenth century extended Cape farmhouse with many original features intact and it is perfectly sited on the property overlooking meadows that roll to the shore. It includes three bedrooms, a bunk room, and two historic barns complement the residence. There is approximately 3,500+/- feet of accessible water frontage, including a wonderful, grassy point of land, rocky shore, a large pebble beach and a small island.
A rare opportunity to own 1.64 acres with an antique barn, garage, and a year-round house just outside of North Haven's village. The c. 1880 Four Square Style house was originally sited overlooking the ocean and relocated in the early 1900s to its current roadside location. It has been very well maintained and includes an eat-in kitchen, sunporch, dining room, and living room on the first floor, with three bedrooms and a bath above. Improvements include new windows, shingles, vinyl siding, and an updated electrical system. The antique barn and 2-car garage are near the home. Owned and farmed historically by the same family for decades, this is a rare opportunity to own a year-round home or establish a family farm!
This shingle-style waterfront summer 'cottage' was built in 1928 above its historic namesake, 'Meeting House Beach'. Island history tells us that from 1830, Pulpit Harbor residents would row across to the beach to attend services at the island's oldest church structure, located above the property on Crabtree Point Rd. This grand home offers large-scale rooms and high ceilings, which along with eleven bedrooms and seven-and-one-half bathrooms, reflect the era. Updated systems complement the period details of the house. With 9 acres, this property offers utmost privacy from it's enviable position at the head of Pulpit Harbor, one of Maine's most renowned deep-water harbors, with views across Penobscot Bay to the Camden Hills. Other amenities include a tennis court and new float off the granite dock.
Sited to take advantage of views of Pulpit Harbor, this home is constructed of superior materials and built by a master boat-builder. Three decks offer wonderful views of Pulpit Harbor, one deck outfitted with electrical necessities for a hot-tub. The interior features details of maple, teak, and mahogany throughout. The kitchen is open to the dining room, offering more views to the harbor, and sunsets over the Camden Hills. Multiple levels within the home add interest and reflect the hillside setting. Seven zones and substantial insulation allow fuel savings in winter. The finished lower level bunk room offers potential for many options. For potters, there is a separate electrical component to accommodate a kiln, and an exterior potter's (or gardener's) shed. Gardens surround the house with an open field in the rear of the property, perfect for a vegetable garden. This home and property have charm, quality, views, and is perfect for a family. Motivated seller, so come take a look!
The lovely year round home was built to replicate a barn that was once on this property, which has been in the same family since the mid 1800's. The residence has views and unique access to both Fresh Pond and Salt Pond. The open layout incorporates a large kitchen, seating, dining areas, a master and guest room suite on the first floor. The second floor has two bedrooms, TV room and a Great Room with expansive water views on three sides. The home benefits from a southern exposure, is well insulated, has double pane windows, and two wood stoves for supplemental heat. The 5 acre plus property affords abundant opportunity for farming, gardening, wildlife viewing and recreation. More images and room dimensions can be seen in the owners film at http://northislandretreat.blogspot.com/
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