U.S. Sen. Susan Collins and her spouse have place her longtime residence at 28 West Broadway in Bangor up for sale, according to true estate listings, and intend to purchase a new property in Bangor.

Collins and her spouse, Tom Daffron, acquired the 1909-built colonial-design and style dwelling in 2013 from Susan Warren. Warren was the stepmother of Richard Warren, the present publisher of the Bangor Everyday Information. She died in 2017.

According to Annie Clark, a spokesperson for the Republican senator, they intend to order a a bit scaled-down home with extra land in Bangor.

“Senator Collins, her husband, Tom Daffron, and their black lab, Pepper, adore their dwelling on West Broadway in Bangor. In excess of the many years, they have built a number of improvements to the lovely historic residence,” Clark mentioned. “For their next residence, they are searching for a little something in the Bangor space that is slightly smaller sized – and if possible a person story – with more land for Pepper to run and participate in.”

A serious estate agent for the couple indicated that they had by now obtained a property in Bangor, even though it was not promptly very clear if the sale was done but.

The West Broadway home has been the web page of numerous protests more than the years about Collins’ aid of several challenges, which include the 2018 appointment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

A  leaked Supreme Courtroom brief that signaled the court docket is poised to strike down Roe v. Wade resulted in chalk messages being prepared on the sidewalk outdoors the residence.

The 4,250-sq.-foot property is listed at an asking rate of $727,000. It is located just down the road from the dwelling that for many years was occupied by Stephen and Tabitha King, even though it now is the house of the couple’s charitable foundation and his archive.

It did not appear everyone was at the house on Tuesday.