If your real estate interest in Southern Maine extends along the coast from Biddeford to Freeport, and inland from Waterboro to Standish to Gray, then I can help. This also includes Portland, South Portland, Cape Elizabeth, Westbrook, Scarborough, Gorham, Buxton, Hollis, Windham, Falmouth, Yarmouth, Cumberland, and more!
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Portland is the largest city in the U.S. state of Maine and the county seat of Cumberland County. Tourists visit Portland’s historic Old Port district along Portland Harbor, at the mouth of the Fore River and part of Casco Bay, and the Arts District, which runs along Congress Street in the center of the city. Portland Head Light is located in nearby Cape Elizabeth and marks the entrance to Portland Harbor. View Portland homes for sale
Known for its working waterfront, South Portland is situated on Portland Harbor and overlooks the skyline of Portland and the islands of Casco Bay. Due to South Portland’s close proximity to air, marine, rail, and highway transportation options, the city has become a center for retail and industry in the region. Despite the name, South Portland was never part of the city of Portland, having broken away from Cape Elizabeth in 1895. South Portland is a principal city of the Portland – South Portland – Biddeford metropolitan area. View South Portland homes for sale
Gorham is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, within an easy commute to the city of Portland. In addition to its urban village center known as Gorham Village or simply “the Village,” the town encompasses a number of smaller, unincorporated villages and hamlets with distinct historical identities, including South Gorham, West Gorham, Little Falls, White Rock, and North Gorham. Gorham is home to one of the three campuses of the University of Southern Maine. In 2013, Gorham was voted second best town in Maine after Hampden by a financial website. View Gorham homes for sale
Scarborough, Maine is a nature-lovers paradise. At the 3,000-acre Scarborough Marsh Nature Center, you can explore Maine’s largest tidal marsh, which serves as a resting, breeding and feeding ground for wildlife. You can take guided or self-guided walks, rent a canoe at the nature center, or go on a guided canoe tour. If you travel along the peninsula of Prouts Neck at the southern end of Scarborough, you can view homes designed by architect John Calvin Stevens and see the rocky cliffs that inspired painter Winslow Homer. At the Prouts Neck Bird Sanctuary, you can walk on a path that passes Homer’s studio and see the nesting area of the endangered piping plover. You can also enjoy miles of sandy beaches. View Scarborough homes for sale
Saco is home to Ferry Beach State Park, Funtown Splashtown USA, Thornton Academy, as well as General Dynamics Armament Systems (also known by its former name, Saco Defense), a subsidiary of the defense contractor General Dynamics. Saco sees much tourism during summer months, due to its amusement parks, Ferry Beach State Park, and proximity to Old Orchard Beach. Saco is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area. View Saco homes for sale
Old Orchard Beach
Located on the inner side of Saco Bay on the Atlantic Ocean, the town is a popular summer beach destination. The downtown contains many tourist-oriented businesses, including clam shacks and T-shirt shops. A wooden pier on the beach contains many other tourist businesses, including a variety of souvenir shops. The seven mile (11 km) long beach stretching away from the downtown is lined with many beach residential properties, condominiums, motels and bed and breakfasts. View Old Orchard Beach homes for sale
Known for its numerous outlet stores, Freeport is home to L.L. Bean, Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park, and the Desert of Maine. Freeport borders Brunswick and Durham to the north, Pownal to the west, and Yarmouth to the southwest. Freeport also shares small borders with Cumberland and Harpswell in Casco Bay. Cumberland and Harpswell are not connected to Freeport by roads, but since Freeport’s town border ranges out into Casco Bay, the other towns’ borders meet Freeport’s. View Freeport homes for sale
Buxton includes the villages of Salmon Falls/Tory Hill, Chicopee, Groveville, Bar Mills, West Buxton, and Buxton Center. The old town Common is east of Union Falls, which is the location of Skelton Dam, Operated by Central Maine Power, and near historic location of the original settlement at Pleasant Point. Buxton borders the towns of Gorham to the northeast, Scarborough and Saco to the southeast, Dayton to the south, Hollis to the west and Standish to the northwest. View Buxton homes for sale
Hollis is a rural bedroom community of Portland and is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area. The town of Hollis was originally called Little Falls Plantation, which also encompassed all of the town of Dayton and a small part of Limington, namely the area south of the Little Ossipee River. Hollis is home to a bottling plant for Poland Spring Water. Many of the local businesses are family-run and well-established in the community. View Hollis homes for sale
The town includes the districts of North (04061), South (04087), and East (04030) Waterboro, in addition to the largest development in southern Maine, Lake Arrowhead Community. View Waterboro homes for sale
Lakes Region: Windham, Raymond, Standish and more…
The Lakes Region of Maine. What better name to call an area that has more than 80 square miles of lakes spread over 900 square miles of land between the White Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean? And, in the Lakes Region, you’ll find not only lakes, but rivers, ponds, ski areas, golf courses, hiking trails and much more!.
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