Gov. Paul LePage delivers his final State of the State address before a joint session of the Maine Legislature in Augusta, Feb. 13, 2018.

Maine Gov. Paul LePage and his wife, Ann LePage, sold their Boothbay home on June 29.

Kevin J. Shanaghan of Belfast bought the home for $397,500, according to the deed on file with the Lincoln County Registry of Deeds and the online listing with Coldwell Banker Plourde Real Estate.

The agency had listed the property for $409,000.

According to Boothbay town records, the colonial off Back Narrows Road was built in 2002. The 2,237-square-foot house sits on 2 acres.

The town assessed the property at $394,504 during a revaluation this year, according to a June 11 letter from the town’s assessing firm to Ann LePage.

The LePages, who own property in Florida and reside in the Blaine House in Augusta, bought the three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home in 2014 for $215,000, according to town records.

Neither the governor’s nor the first lady’s office responded to requests for comment.

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