Homes for Dog Lovers With Kennels for Raising and Breeding Your Favorite Dogs
You want to make sure that your not going to be a problem to your neighbors by moving in and putting in a dog kennel. The solution is to buy a home in Western Maine or the White Mountains with an existing dog kennel. You man want to raise a certain breed, or you may want to own a lot of dogs simply because you love them. Here are some homes that are ready made for dog lovers. Real estate for dog owners!
Beautiful inside and out! This property is unique in the fact it has total privacy and it has over 500' on Weed Brook. It is professionally landscaped and the home was built by one of the finest builders in the Lakes Region. Open concept one floor living with plenty of space for family/friends. There is plenty of natural lighting and nice large windows to enjoy the great outdoors from the inside! A wonderful kitchen with light cherry cabinets and plenty of counter space. High end appliances. A formal dining room with a large picture window allows you to enjoy the grounds and watch your company arrive. There is a stone hearth with a gas stove to warm the house during the winter season. Large living room with built ins for extra storage space and the flat screen. Oak floors and ceramic tile through out the house. The first floor master has double walk in closets and a wonderful master bath with a jetted tub and double vanities. This home has a dog kennel and plenty of space them to run!
Listed by Kay Huston of Coldwell Banker RB/Center Harbor
Some tlc is needed in the cute waterfront home. Great views and swimming - a no wake zone in front. Has a small dry boat house by the water, kennel for the pets and a large 2 car garage. Year round access - nice private setting. Worth taking a look at to see the potential!!
Very rare 60+ parcel in desirable Wonalancet and near Ferncroft, this is the place to be for hiking and outdoors fun! The Bickford Trail crosses through the site and will connect with the trail system that branches out to the Wilderness. This unique area is part of an important watershed recharge area which offers the cleanest northwestern-most boundary and source for the underwater system that supplies people and land all the way down the Saco river and on to the ocean! There's 2300 feet of frontage, 36 acres in Tamworth and 27 acres in Albany. The exposure is south to southwesterly with moderate slopes and mostly northern hardwood stands. Not much logging has occurred here since 1981. With a vibrant wildlife habitat this land offers you a chance to own a Wonalancet estate. There is approx 2 acres of cleared land that offers mountain and pastoral views to the south and west. Look for the Bickford Trail sign to spot the land - across the street from the famed Chinook Kennel.
Listed by Mary-Ann Schmidt of Bean Group / Meredith