For those who want the best of north & south I found an interesting property on a recent visit to Downeast Maine.  This historic building is over 150 years old and has quite a colorful history.  It is located in the town of Lubec, the easternmost point in the continental US, and just across the water from the lighthouse on Campabello Island.   Sailing ships used to tie up at wharves in front of this building and unload cargo such as sugar and coal.  The stub of the pilings are still visable and wharfage rights still go with the building.  Some of the hand hewn beams are over 40 feet long and 8 inches square.  Some of the floor boards are over 18 inches wide.  This interesting piece of American history can be yours for a meer $300,000.

For more information call or E-mail Merry Nash

340 776-6666        merryvi@aol.com