Over the last year, you've began to realize you need to find a new home.  There's nothing wrong with your current home, but there's nothing special about it, either.  And, you love to entertain!  You love to have large family gathers and groups of friends over.  But, where you're living now just doesn't have the room.

This place could be the solution.

According to the listing on Realtor.com, the hoe at 10 Farnum Street in Augusta has 4 bedrooms and 1.5 baths.  The 2,400 square foot home was built in 1952, and it shows.  Take a look, you'll see that the home would be the perfect set for a classic 1950s or 1960s sitcom.

One of the really cool things about the home is that it is in Augusta's "Goldilocks Zone".  It is on a dead end street just off Western Avenue, so it is close to everything from grocery stores, to restaurants, to Augusta's Water Street.  But, situated behind TD Bank, it is far enough away from street so it has peace and quiet.

Of course, the real star of this home is the large deck!  There's room for a grill, furniture, a hot tub, and all your friends.  Actually, the listing makes it appear as though the hot tub comes with the home!  It's the perfect space for hosting outside parties.

Take a peek!

10 Farnum Street, Augusta, Maine

Take a look at the 4 bedroom home on Farnum Street in Augusta. If you want more details or to schedule a tour, check out the listing on Realtor.com

Interested?  As of June 22nd, 2021, the list price was $305K.  Get more details HERE

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