A Look Inside The Historic Bodwell House Mansion In Hallowell
If you have spent much time in Hallowell, there is a good chance that you have been by the Bodwell House Mansion at least a few times. The Mansard-style building, which dates back to the 1850s, kind of sticks out. And, considering the number of historic buildings in the town, that is saying something.
Well, thanks to a group of developers, you now have a chance to become a resident of this stunning mansion.
According to Realtor, the mansion is in the process of being converted into a quartet of condos.
The condo that is currently available, Unit 3, encompasses 878 square feet and has one bedroom and one bathroom. It features hardwood floors throughout the unit, a large bedroom w/ fireplace and walk-in closet. The kitchen has granite counters and high-end stainless steel appliances.
A short drive from Augusta, the property is also walking distance to all that Hallowell's Water Street has offer.
Take a look...
The Bodwell House Mansion in Hallowell, Maine
Not surprisingly, the mansion has ties to the history of Maine. According to the Library of Congress website, one of the notable owners of the mansion (and its namesake) was Maine governor Joseph R. Bodwell. Governor Bodwell was also the president of Hallowell Granite Works.
As of July 2022, the list price for the property is $349,000. Assuming you put down $84,000 at closing, your monthly payment would be about $2,100.
529 Main Street, Fryeburg
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