Here in Maine, we love being on the water.  Throughout the warmer months, many of us spend our time in the pool, in the lake, or boating down the river.  The fact that every store in Maine quickly sold out of pools in the summer of 2020 basically proves it.

If you really love the water, this Augusta home is perfect for you.  Not only does it have an inground pool, it also has access to the Kennebec River!  The house may not sit right on the river, but it is a short walk down the bank to get to the river.

The 2,600 square foot, raised ranch style home, was built in 1972.  Not only is the house a decent size, it also has a large plot of land.  23 acres!  About 6 acres are lawns and fields, the remainder is forested.

Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, and a deck that overlooks the pool.  There is also a huge attached garage that is large enough to house several vehicles, a workshop, and more.

Downstairs consists of a finished space that could be set up as an apartment.  There is a kitchen, bathroom, living room / bedroom.  Also, the lower level has its own heated garage and direct access to the pool.

And, if you love spending time on the river, the property does have access to the Kennebec River.  Actually, it has a lot of river frontage.  Nearly 600 feet of riverfront.  Now, I am not an expert on boating on the river, but it appears to be far enough upstream for the water to be deep enough to operate a good sized boat.

945 West River Road

This could be the perfect home for your expanding family. 3 bedrooms (one of which is in the completely finished lower-level), 2 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, 3 car garage, swimming pool, and more. As of July 2021, it was listed for $435,000. Get all the details HERE

Interested?  Currently, it is listed at $435,000.  Get more details by checking out the Pouliot Real Estate website.

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