35 East Main Street
- 3,400 Approx. Sqft
- .3 acres Lot Size
- 4 Stories
- 6 Bedrooms
- 3/2 Baths
- 5 Living
- 1 Dining
- 2 Kitchen
- 1 Car Garage
One of the Best Deals in Southern Maine
Join Us for A Public Open House: Sunday 10/21 from 11AM‑12:30PM
This is a legal two family with fantastic rental potential. Due the popularity of the Yarmouth schools, rentals are not only assured and stress free but also at top of market prices.
This property is a true historic gem with abundant period details yet turnkey and fully updated. The location offers excellent walk‑ability. The in‑law unit is ideal for overflow family or friends, provides great rental income, or could easily be a home office.
Like many of the homes in the close to in‑town and walk‑able parts of Yarmouth, the turnpike is present and prominent. Anyone who has lived close to a road knows, the sound quickly becomes white noise and it’s something you don’t notice after a few days.
At $479k this is ONE OF THE BEST DEALS IN SOUTHERN MAINE. The sellers want out and some savvy buyer is going to realize this opportunity and reap the rewards!
A NOTE FROM THE OWNER
I have always been drawn to The Shipbuilder’s House. I grew up in Yarmouth (on East Elm Street) and moved back here 6 years ago after being gone for over 20 years.
Having grown up in Yarmouth I knew my way around the town and wanted something close to town and my love of antique and historic homes drove me to look here. I fell for the grand porch and brick with beautiful wisteria, perennial gardens and proximity to the Royal River.
My children love to fish, boat and the proximity to the Royal River and Gristmill Park was appealing so they could drop in a canoe, kayak or paddle board and go for a paddle. The ability to fish, walk or ride bikes to town or school and the morning sunrise views of the river drew us in. We were also looking to have a private rental or complete in‑law unit so my mom could join us. We put in a full kitchen and it gave us great flexibility as a family and my mom joined us.
We love the sunny spaces, big windows, pine floors and high ceilings. Everyone had plenty of privacy and space to spread out but as with most houses and families the dining room / kitchen and family room area with wood stove became our main hang‑out and home.
Having grown up and attended the schools in Yarmouth I can’t say enough good about the school system, the welcoming community and town.
I wish you much enjoyment,