Kennebunkport ME developer programs 4-home subdivision, Cape Porpoise

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KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine — Four new residences are proposed for construction at 164 Wildes District Street.

The builders are Abby Goldenfarb and Michael Barowsky, of Charlestown, Massachusetts, who are doing company as Bowsprit Kennebunkport LLC. Goldenfarb declined to remark on the task.

If accredited and crafted, the solitary-household homes all round would enhance the latest assessed benefit of the 3.4-acre home from $424,100 to an estimated $2.4 million, according to application resources on file with the Kennebunkport Preparing Board — that would be $600,000 for each individual of the four loads.

Presently, a one-spouse and children residence, with detached garage and driveway, is on the site. As very well, there are numerous deciduous and evergreen trees and stone, masonry and brick partitions in diverse locations.

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The land is surrounded by parcels owned to the west by a house owner and the Kennebunk Kennebunkport and Wells H2o District and to the east by the Kennebunkport Conservation Belief. Wildes District Street is to the south, with Most important Avenue, or Route 9, to the north.