A Beautiful Pittsfield Home on Lancey Street

A century old beautiful once-upon-a-time farm-home that sits in the center of a welcoming residential neighborhood across from the Sebasticook River and in the heart of Pittsfield’s Manson Park district. Ideal for raising a family or creating a B&B. Perfect for those seeking a home-office space. Built in 1900, this home features gorgeous wood trim throughout.

2795 square feet of Living Space + Attached Garage, Barn, Loft, Attic

4+ Bedrooms*

1.5 Baths

Dining Room

Living room

Family Room

Extra Large Kitchen

Sitting Room

4-Season Sunporch

Oversized 1-car gararge

Huge Attached Barn Space with 2 Room Loft

Heat: Oil Furnace + Wood Stove (there is also a fireplace)

Public Water/Sewer

* The recorded deed lists this property as a 5 bedroom, but two are attached together so, based solely on how we use it, we call it a Family Room. Both rooms have closets.

Roof and front porch need work. Other than that this home is in great condition. Solid. Well built. Timeless. Update to suit your personal style and preferences.

Feel free to drive by in advance to view state of porch and roof: 164 Lancey Street, Pittsfield, Maine 04967

We are not offering lease-to-own nor owner-financing.

Dining Room
Upstairs Family Room

We use some of the bedrooms for other purposes. ie: The above room we call “Family Room” shows two doors, the one to the right leads to another bedroom which functions as our office, the door to the left leads to a walk-in closet.

This is what our front bedroom looked like when we had it as our meditation room.
Guest Bed Room
Kitchen

Downstairs 1/2 bathroom
Upstairs bathroom has large shower stall to the left.

Stained glass window in stairway
Fill the Sunporch shelves with Your favorite books and mementos!
Fireplace, hardwood floors, spacious rooms.
Wintertime is beautiful too!

The Gardens

This home’s landscape has an abundance of carefully planted vegetations, including edible delights such as blackberries, rhubarb, chives, mint and pears. Just when you think the season is complete, a new color emerges in the garden.

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Across the street: Manson Park & Sebasticook River

Sunset on Lancey Street