A Family Escapes From a Burning House at 31 River Road in Livermore Falls Maine

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LIVERMORE FALLS — A family made their escape from a burning home after the husband went to retrieve propane tanks from their garage and discovered that there had been an accidental start of the fire, according to Chief Don Castonguay of Livermore Falls Fire-Rescue Department.

31 River Rd in Livermore Falls, Maine, is an attractive single-family residence that can accommodate four individuals comfortably.

1. Living Room

New Norland Grange Hall was constructed in 1900, boasting stunning woodwork on its first level. Today, it serves as a residence, but it still retains the character and history from when it was first built. Just a quarter-mile walk from Androscoggin River makes this property the ideal blend of old-world charm and modern amenities.

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2. Kitchen

Just a quarter mile from the Androscoggin River, this incredible property was constructed in 1900 with stunning woodwork throughout. Now known as New Norland Grange Hall (#5800), its potential awaits your personal touch – so make it yours.

On the first floor of this property is a spacious kitchen and half bath, as well as a commercial-style dining room perfect for hosting dinner parties. On the second floor are several rooms offering ample storage space – so bring your creativity! There are endless opportunities here – bring it with you.

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3. Bedroom

This home’s second floor features a large master bedroom with ample closet space. There’s also an additional room that could serve as a home office, studio, or any other purpose, complete with stage and built-in library shelving – plus plenty of extra storage in the attic!

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4. Bathroom

This historic property offers endless opportunities. Once known as New Norland Grange Hall (#580), this impressive structure was constructed in 1900 and boasts stunning woodwork throughout. Conveniently situated just a quarter-mile walk from Androscoggin River, its beautiful setting covers 3.5 acres and has been meticulously cared for over its lifespan.

The 2nd floor of this exquisite property provides multiple rooms and an entertaining stage, while on the first floor, there is a large kitchen and half bathroom along with ample storage space. Bring your imagination and make this remarkable property your own!

The estimated monthly mortgage payment is based on a 30-year loan with an interest rate of 4.2% and an estimated downpayment of $14,300; the estimate does not include fees or taxes.

5. Family Room

As one of Maine’s historic properties, New Norland Grange Hall (#578) offers an exciting opportunity for ownership. Dating back to 1900 and set on 3.5 acres, this elegantly preserved residence provides ample room to make it your own while offering stunning riverfront access via just a quarter-mile stroll.

Home for sale in Regional School Unit 73 district and estimated value based on recent sale prices in the area and nearby properties. Seven homes are listed for sale at $429,600 average listing price, with two sold at a median sale price of $325,000 median sale size at 1,396 sqft. Median family income is $58,700, a safe neighborhood with an average commute time of 27 minutes, 79 schools (average rating 4.7 stars) to choose from, and great outdoor activities make this town the perfect place to raise a family!