Beautifully Restored 1857 James T. Patten House Asks $1.1M in Bath, Maine
$1,095,000 | Built 1857 | 4,956 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.56 Acres
1054 Washington Street, Bath, Maine, United States, 04530
Meticulously restored over the past three years by the current owner, the James T. Patten Home has recently hit the market for nearly $1.1 million in Bath, Maine. Originally built in 1857, this spectacular Italianate offers beautifully carved brackets that extend from the roof. The frieze is decorated with panels and unique attic windows. Dentils decorate the frieze band and there are projecting articulated pediments supported by brackets. The sweeping granite steps bring you to the double doors which are contained within a Roman arch. The interior vestibule with closets opens to a formal grand hallway. There is a formal living room, library, and an adjacent dining room. There is also the original half bathroom. The rear ell houses the large cook’s kitchen with custom cabinetry by Kennebec Kitchens, matte granite counters, a Subzero refrigerator, a Wolf range, and a very large walk-in pantry between the dining and kitchen spaces. The rear entry houses a new mudroom area and utility space. The second floor of the home features a large primary bedroom suite with a new walk-in closet and new bathroom, two guest bedrooms, two additional new bathrooms, a laundry space, and a family room. This beautiful home is on the market for $1.1 million with Andrea Galuza of RE/MAX. Photography and information found on the agent’s listing.
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