Located in East Machias on the Jacksonville Road, also known as Route 191, this 2,035+/- sq ft home dominates the .5+/- acre lot. A paved drive surrounds the home making it easy for ingress and egress. The tree-lined drive has apple and shade trees and provides easy entry into the 2-car garage. A manicured side lawn abuts the brook on one side of the property. Inside is a large eat-in country kitchen, family room, dining room, living room, den, and first floor bedroom and bath. The second floor has three bedrooms, a half bath, and above the kitchen is a bonus room, which would also make a great in-home office, craft room, or TV room. Enjoy your morning coffee on the back deck or watch the traffic go by on the front country porch. Numerous signs of wildlife could be seen in the backyard. The town of East Machias is a small community on the banks of the East Machias River. In the early 19th century, the town historical district was the hub for lumber and shipbuilding. The East Machias River is classified as a I-III white water river for kayaking and canoeing. The Downeast Salmon Federation with headquarters in East Machias have worked diligently to reestablish Atlantic salmon to this once thriving river. The town is home to Washington Academy, a private academy founded in 1792 that provides secondary education to area school districts and private-tuition students boarding onsite.