Historic Salmon Falls Farm, c1786, is a pristine example of a Maine farm with equestrian personality. Near the village of Bar Mills, Maine, this beautifully restored and maintained property presents 64± acres of rolling fields, board and rail fences, woodlands, and rural privacy along 1,696± feet of the Saco River waterfront. Features include a five-stall attached barn with tack room and stone paddock, substanial hayloft, and cross country course awaiting a creative restoration. Elegant interiors in the main residence include a fully equipped country kitchen and pantry, library, dining room, and expansive living room. Terraced outdoor living areas present mature perennial and vegetable gardens, a pond and brook, and river views. A separate two-bedroom cottage with additional out buildings on 24± acres is available separately.
Year built: 1786
Location: Buxton, ME
Living area: 5,600
Land: 64 acres
Horse facilities: Fields, barn
Established fields and paddocks with board and rail fencing
Historic post and beam barn with 5 stalls, with 3 stalls opening to the exterior