WMIA provides annual support to the staffing and maintenance of the historic Brickett Place in Evans Notch along Rte 113 in Maine. This one and a half story brick farmhouse, known since it was erected over 160 years ago as the Brickett Place, has long been a landmark at the southern end of Evans Notch, on the New Hampshire- Maine border.
Built in an era and a region in which wooden construction was the usual style, this structure is unusual for both its building material and for those times, its size. It is the only building from this era still standing on public land in the Cold River Valley. It has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982.
Through our funding and volunteer support, the Brickett Place is staffed and open to visitors from Memorial Day through early October Friday through Monday, from approximately 9 AM to 3 PM.
Feel free to call the Saco Ranger District at 603-447-5448 to confirm the open/close status of the house!