NASHVILLE PLANTATION – A morning fire has destroyed a home in Nashville Plantation. Firefighters responded to a call around 9:00 to a house fire on Route 11. Ashland Fire Chief Don Bouley says it was a four alarm fire, and more than 15 firefighters from a number of departments responded. Bouley says the home at 873 Aroostook Road is owned by Perry Charette, who lives there with his wife. No one was in the home at the time of the fire and so far no injuries have been reported. Chief Bouley says they’re working to determine the cause of the fire, and right now he believes it could have been the dryer. Charette spoke to NewsSource 8 briefly and said this was the second oldest home in Nashville Plantation, built by his grandparents. He also runs a hardware and small engine store that sits right next to the house, which was not affected. Bouley expects crews to remain on scene for a few hours. He says the home is a total loss and was not sure if it was insured. He added that it has been a while since there was a structure fire in Nashville Plantation.