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Listed by Terry Small of Maxfield Real Estate/ Alton
Ready to tackle a project and finish with an energy-efficient dream-house? Look no further than this diamond-in-the-rough 2003 cape in the low-tax town of Alton! Seller is unable to finish the work he's started, so he's ready to pass the baton to you. A lot of thought has gone into the design of this house. All with the idea of saving money on fuel and being energy efficient. Not a bad idea given increasing costs lately! Heating sources include a wood stove, passive solar, and quartz heaters. Solar shades are used to keep the house cool in the heat of summer. Seller has even installed a little wind turbine to power your lights and the tv! 2 beds and 2 baths with a 3 bedroom septic design. The main living space is open-concept, with a grand cathedral ceiling in the living/dining/kitchen/great room. You can look out on the yard from your large balcony/deck. This will make a great space to entertain. The yard currently includes a few fruit trees and grape vines. A garden is ready to be put in if you have a green thumb. You'll need a little imagination and some sweat equity to make this one shine. Schedule your showing today! (Room measurements are approximate and should be verified by buyer).

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