BROOKLIN – Fire badly damaged a home in Brooklin Monday afternoon.
Firefighters were called to 627 Naskeag Point Road about 1:30 p.m.
Brooklin’s Assistant Fire Chief Tom Morris said the home was fully involved with fire when crews arrived.
Morris told us no one was inside at the time.
We’re told the homeowner spends the winters in Florida, and had a neighbor looking after his plants.
That person told firefighters that they hadn’t been to the home in about two weeks.
Morris said the fire doesn’t seem suspicious, and there doesn’t seem to be any negligence on the part of the homeowner.
Authorities are unsure exactly where the fire started.
Investigators with the State Fire Marshal’s Office are expected to visit the scene of the fire Tuesday.