What's New In Maine Real Estate The farm home of E.B. White, the author of Charlotte's Web, is for sale. He penned Charlotte's Web while living there. Another Maine property for sale inspired Stephen King's Pet Sematary.

What's New In Maine Real Estate

What's New In Maine Real Estate

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The farm home of E.B. White, the author of Charlotte's Web, is for sale. He penned Charlotte's Web while living there. Another Maine property for sale inspired Stephen King's Pet Sematary.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. If you're in the market for real estate in Maine, we've got a couple listings you might want to check out. First up, the home of E.B. White, who penned "Charlotte's Web" while living there. Fans sometimes come by to see the barn which played such an important part of the book. It can all be yours for just $3.7 million. However, if you're into something with a less bucolic vibe, the house that inspired Stephen King's "Pet Sematary" is also up for sale. It's MORNING EDITION.

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