This 2-unit investment property is priced right and is waiting for you in downtown Biddeford. This property has plenty of storage and space, within walking distance to Main St's shopping, businesses, restaurants and theater.
Both units have two bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, eat in kitchen, washer/dryer hook-ups and they both have their own porches. The first-floor unit has new appliances and both units have new shower/tub. The third floor has a bonus of 3 finished rooms. Off street parking with a two-car garage and driveway is rare in town, but this property has it!
Biddeford is situated in York County in the state of Maine. It is the principal commercial center for this county. The 2010 census reported a population of 21,277. Nearby twin city Saco includes Biddeford Pool, Fortunes Rocks and Granite Point. Here are three things to do in Biddeford, Maine.
Biddeford City Theater
The Biddeford City Theater is a historical landmark. An arts venue that holds performances year-round, it is considered to be an important cultural center, too. It hosts two performances by the University of England annually. The City Theater Associates produce five performances a year, as well, at this restored Victorian opera house.
The Shops at Biddeford Crossing
In between exploring nature and culture in Biddeford, Maine, you might consider heading over to The Shops at Biddeford Crossing for some shopping. This is an outdoor shopping that has 2,300 parking spaces and about 30 stores. Whether you need to stock up on your beauty supplies, new clothes or new shoes, you can find them here. There are also dining options.
Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
Like other cities in Maine, there is no shortage of things to do in the outdoors. Hiking, boating and swimming are some activities. Visiting the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge is another. Here visitors can participate in hunting, wildlife viewing and fishing. In Biddeford, you can find the Timber Point Trail, a 1.25-mile walk. On this trail, walkers and hikers will see a number of different habitats and end up at the Atlantic Ocean