Maine Gov. Paul LePage and First Lady Ann LePage sold their Boothbay home 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 of land.
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 primarily live in the Blaine House, the official governor’s residence in Augusta, bought the three-bedroom, 2 1/2-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.