Address: 18 Oak Bluff
Year Built: 1965
Square Feet: 2,461
Garage Size: 3+ car garage
Annual Property Tax: 5,465
Lot Size: 3.68
Full Description: ~ PENDING ~ Fabulous riverfront ranch on 3.68 acres.This home sits with views that are hard to match in a subdivision a minute from the turnpike.Wildlife abounds!Watch from inside or from the deck or patios.There are 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths on the living level and an additional half-bath in the ready-to-be-completed walk-out basement which is already insulated, sheet rocked and painted.The kitchen has corian countertops, a double wall oven and lots of cabinetry.It is open to the fireplaced family room with doors to the deck. The formal living room has magnificent views, wood burning fireplace & even room for a baby grand piano!A formal dining room boasts an interesting brick wall.Some amenities include:Wood floors, storage galore, a hot tub room, laundry room, built-ins, a huge garage with 4 doors,a wood working shop with walk-out doors,patios,an expansive deck,new systems in 2011include a Buderus boiler,direct access to the river,lots of privacy while still in a neighborhood.Beautiful living!
Info: Judy is a lifelong resident of the Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, and Arundel area. She and her sister, Debbie, take pride in their area family heritage as their maternal grandfather was Silas H. Perkins, a well- known poet and son of Captain Fordyce Perkins, who sailed his clipper ship from Kennebunkport throughout the merchant routes of the world’s seas. Paternal grandfather, Rev. Herbert F. Milligan, ministered to Methodists locally and throughout Maine, and their father, Jonathan David Milligan, was a real estate business owner, hotelier, and local general entrepreneur along with their mother, Elizabeth Perkins Milligan. So the local history is strong through the generations.
Judy attended Wheaton College (MA) and graduated with a BS degree from The University of Rochester (NY) and an MS degree from the University of Maine Portland-Gorham.
Presently, Judy lives in Arundel with husband, artist John Andrews. She has two adult children and three grandsons who also live in the area.
Throughout the years, the value of relationships and service to her real estate clients has been of paramount importance to successful transactions. Judy builds on that experience and the love of working with people who want to buy or sell real estate, and she is passionate about this work and the people she serves.
Please feel free to contact Judy yourself or to refer friends and family to her to discuss whatever your real estate desires in the Southern Maine area may be.