READFIELD – Beautifully bright, top-quality-built, custom throughout, and spacious at 3,708 square feet, here is a single-owner executive Colonial that’s ideal for a growing family.

Underground utilities preserve aesthetic integrity; cement fiber clapboard siding ensures super-low maintenance; and features including radiant heat in the gorgeous kitchen and in all three full baths provide all contemporary comforts. The kitchen is a real stunner, with side-by-side refrigerator, six-burner professional Thermador gas range, granite surfaces, and ginger-tinted cabinetry of both maple and alder.

Upstairs, the second and third bedrooms have pretty, birch flooring, and extra-large closets (a wealth of closet space is among the home’s advantages) and are served by a full bath that has Amana washer and dryer in an enclosure. Down the hall in the south wing, the master suite has a huge, cathedral-ceiling bedroom, a very large walk-in closet, and a spacious bath with both jetted tub and a stunningly tiled dual-head shower enclosure.

Adding more living areas are a daylight, walkout family/recreation room on the lower level, and above the garage, a semi-finished bonus room that is adaptable to several purposes such as guest quarters and studio. Contractors and woodworkers take note – the oversized, three-bay garage provides plenty of workshop space.

Built in 2006, the east-facing home enjoys wonderful light and is very privately sited (450 feet back from the street) on a 17.17-acre lot whose woods extend back to Tingley Brook, and whose trails connect to ATV/snowmobile trails. The lovely yard, much visited by wildlife, comes with a garden shed, a chicken coop, a brick fire pit, raised beds, and even a treehouse.

The home at 308 North Road, Readfield, is listed at $409,000  by Alexis Scott of Better Homes & Gardens The Masiello Group (Augusta office).
For more information or to arrange a private viewing, please contact Alexis at 458-2184 or
 at [email protected].

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