How about your own village in Maine?! Tut Hull is comprised of 21 structures. It was built in the early to mid-1800’s. It is located on 42 acres in Pittston, Maine. The property includes a Greek Revival style home, an 1825 church, multiple barns and garages. There are pretty gardens and fruit trees. Eleven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 30,000 square feet. $5,500,000
Contact Anna Boucher with Pouliot Real Estate: 207-417-6410
From the Realtor.com listing:
Tut Hill, located in Pittston, Maine, is a stunning 42-acre property with 21 buildings, including a Greek Revival-style home and a restored 1825 church. It offers limitless potential for events and businesses. The grounds are ideal for outdoor weddings, with ample space for ceremonies and receptions. The versatile indoor spaces, such as multi-bay garages and barns, can be customized for various needs. The picturesque setting, featuring mature plants and apple trees, is perfect for lasting photos. Tut Hill is also great for corporate retreats, with a serene atmosphere and rustic charm for team-building exercises and meetings. It has accommodations for overnight guests in apartments and homes. Car enthusiasts will appreciate the multi-bay garages, mechanic’s garage, and spacious grounds for showcasing car collections. Tut Hill offers endless possibilities for events and businesses, with natural beauty, historic buildings, and versatile spaces. It can be tailored to suit your dreams, whether for weddings, retreats, starting a business, creating a campus, or simply calling it home.
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