Ideally located in Freeport, the 143± acre Mitchell Ledge Farm provides the opportunity to pursue agricultural, equestrian and livestock interests, or the ability to enjoy a pristine and beautiful gentleperson’s farm setting. The coastal community of Freeport has strong historic roots to both the land and sea. The farm is located within 3± miles of the village center with its shops, restaurants and of course LL Bean. Freeport also offers numerous recreational facilities with marinas for boating needs and golf. Portland with nationally recognized restaurants, galleries, shops, hospital and international airport is 20± miles from the farm and Boston is 130± miles to the south.

  •         The farm offers 143.2± acres including beautiful rolling fields, 50± acres of managed pastures, mature hardwood and softwood forests, and wonderful wildlife to enjoy
  •         A wide variety of interests can be supported by the farm whether it be agricultural, equestrian, or by its current use with Belted Galloway cattle
  •         A portion of the property is in tree growth allowing an owner the option of receiving the revenue from selective cutting of this renewable resource
  •         The original farmhouse dates to the 1850’s and has received significant renovations and additions over the past 40 years
  •        Within the 3,850± square feet of living space, there are 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, two fireplaces, and a separate one bedroom/bath/kitchen apartment with a private entrance
  •         The sun filled first level features a great room with 22’± ceiling and fireplace, kitchen with a vintage cookstove, large formal dining room and the formal “parlor” with fireplace
  •         Two bedrooms and a large family/office are located on the second level as is the apartment
  •         Two additional bedrooms are on the third level with wonderful elevated views of the fields
  •         Other property features include a 37’ x 58’± post and beam two-story barn with stalls and a John Libby open cattle/livestock barn
  •         The farm has conservation easements and restrictions that prohibit any subdivision of the property, but certain additional structures are possible

Property Details

John Saint-Amour
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