Step back in time to this beautiful farm setting on 20 acres of mostly fields with home and barn dating back to 1795 & 1794, respectively. Home and barn are in disrepair. Being sold AS-IS. Salvage? Tear down? You decide. Either way, the surroundings, views, fields, and location are very desirable. Spectacular west and north distant views from the upper fields to the western Maine mountains and possibly White Mountains of New Hampshire. The most recent hay harvest produced around 60 large round hay bales. According to State of Maine on-line data for PFAS and other ground and water contaminants this land appears to be clean. The house and barn are typical to the area and period. The main house is two stories and approximately 41'x18' while the ell is one & a half stories and about 38'x16'. There are 3 bedrooms up and an unfinished bath, while downstairs has a living room, kitchen, large mud room, bath, and family room. Direct interior entrance to a full & partial basement with exit/entrance to outside. The barn is approximately 36'x36' and is two stories in height and mostly open interior. The Back Troy Road serves as a local ATV trail for ease of access to other recreational trails nearby. A local publication of the history of Troy has some detailed information on the home from yesteryear and is available at the town office. The 20.01 acres has been separated from a larger 300+ acre adjoining parcel that could be purchased. The 20.01 acres are enrolled in Maine's Tree Growth Tax Program and buyer should be aware of this and research this fact. Taxes are to be determined since the subject parcel has been surveyed out from a larger contiguous parcel.