Bonnie Stone Associate Broker
Bonnie Stone is an Associate Broker at Drum & Drum Real Estate, a leader in Midcoast Maine realty since it's inception in 1990. Before pursuing a career in real estate, Bonnie volunteered on the Newcastle Design Review Committee for 7 years applying her knowledge of land use ordinances as it pertained to the historic districts of Sheepscot, Damariscotta Mills, and the Old Village of Newcastle. As Development Officer at the Boothbay Harbor Opera House, Bonnie worked diligently with the Maine Historic Preservation Commission to obtain designation for the Opera House on the National Register of Historic Preservation; which ultimately lead to an award for a Community Development Block Grant. In an effort to gain a more comprehensive knowledge of residential loan processing and appraisal review, Bonnie worked for a local lending institution in loan operations, sales/marketing/mediation strengths and a passion for worthwhile causes led to volunteer positions along the way, most recently as Chair of the Town of Newcastle Planning Board and Damariscotta River Association.
Bonnie holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Clemson University. While in college, she studied at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia through a cooperative education internship. With a growing interest in winemaking, Bonnie left the CDC to become a wine chemist for a small winery in South Carolina; setting the stage for a lengthy career in the wine and spirits industry in New York City. After numerous visits to coastal Maine, Bonnie and Gary moved the family to Newcastle, raising their two sons along the banks of the Damariscotta River. Leisure activities include attending local/regional theatrical productions, vegetable gardening, ballroom dancing, kayaking, Nordic skiing/snowshoeing, hiking and swimming.
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Wonderful 1950s home that enjoys one-level living surrounded by nature! Established perennial gardens frame the patio which is perfect for dining al fresco, relaxation and admiring the evening sunsets. In June, the lupines grace the backyard along the split-rail fence with 2 birdhouses that are currently home to a family of bluebirds! This well-maintained home enjoys many updates from the 1970s and even newer improvements in the last few…
- Single Family Residence
- Built in 1952
- 8 Rooms
- 2 BR
- 1 BA
- 1,524 SqFt
- Fields, Scenic, Trees/Woods View