Circa 1780 Hatch Cove Farm! Spring fed pond! 18.7 acres in Maine

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Circa 1780 Hatch Cove Farm! Spring fed pond! 18.7 acres in Maine

$1,595,000 | 1780 | 3,800 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 18.7 Acres
142 Castine Rd, Castine, ME 04421

Hatch Cove Farm offers a meticulously restored Federal estate home on 18.7 acres of rolling fields overlooking Hatch Cove and the protected meadows of the Hatch Cove Preserve in Castine, one of New England’s oldest towns. The stately manor home, built in 1780 by Mark Hatch, includes many iconic design features of the era, with a huge center chimney and Federal style roof line. Often referred to as the Captain Guild’s House, for the owner of the Victory Chimes, one of Maine’s revered schooners that plied the coastal waters transporting goods along the Maine Coast, and as recently as a few years ago. Thankfully, this residence has retained much of its architectural cachet and antique detailing yet has been respectfully updated and restored to accommodate modern lives.

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The gracious residence includes four bedrooms and two-and-one-half bathrooms, a large living, and sitting rooms, a sunroom and a wonderful dining room with original massive brick walk-in’ brick hearth fireplace with cooking cranes and bread oven. Original wide plank pumpkin pine floorboards have been carefully restored throughout the residence, as well as detailed wood mantelpieces, and original fireplaces, several updated for propane fuel. The fully updated kitchen with soapstone counters has a warm, open feel, and easily adapts to use by large families or smaller gatherings. An open west facing protected deck is accessed from the kitchen and dining areas. All utility systems have been updated, and a full house automatic generator added. 

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Outside, there several impressive out buildings: a large barn, recently converted to an incredible year-round gallery and workspace, with wood stove, full bath and a working photographic darkroom, that could all be converted to a guest house. Another huge barn offers multiple storage spaces for vehicles, tall boats or bikes; other areas of this barn harbor a workshop and former horse stalls. There is also a chicken coop currently used for garden equipment, but fully functional for hens. A nearby spring fed farm pond provides an additional scenic spot and opportunity for wildlife viewing; colorful perennial cutting and vegetable gardens are located among the open areas near the barns. This property is located on 18.7 acres of meandering fields and quiet forests, there’s not another house in sight. 

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Currently a year-round residence, Hatch Cove Farm offers a remarkable opportunity for a discerning buyer with the added possibility of a wonderful guest house or professional setting as a gallery or elaborate workspace. Hatch Cove Farm is a wonderfully serene setting nearby the historic village of Castine with its many amenities and vibrant community.


Story Litchfield • (207) 276-3840
Scott McFarland • (207) 266-4538
Jamie O’Keefe • (207) 299-8732
LandVest | Christie’s International Real Estate
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