Bath, Maine

Description:

Bath, Maine, is located on a beautiful broad stretch of the Kennebec River, whose deep waters helped create and sustain a centuries-old shipbuilding tradition. Beautiful Downtown Bath has a unique mix of services, shops, and restaurants, which cater to locals and visitors alike. Many residents who move to Bath cite community involvement as a big reason for their move to Bath and often comment on how much this “small city” offers for its size. Bath is located about 45 minutes north of Portland.

Bath, ME Demographics

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Current Market Snapshot

Property Type:
Commercial
Inventory:
12
Avg Price:
$736,250
Avg Days On Market:
95
Property Type:
Residential
Inventory:
28
Avg Price:
$337,588
Avg Days On Market:
82
Property Type:
Land
Inventory:
14
Avg Price:
$101,557
Avg Days On Market:
114
Property Type:
MultiFamily
Inventory:
4
Avg Price:
$144,975
Avg Days On Market:
73
Property Type:
Condominium
Inventory:
11
Avg Price:
$324,945
Avg Days On Market:
61
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Area Info:
Bath Culture

Bath has earned the nickname of the “City of Ships” because of its rich history as a shipping center in the 1800’s. To learn more about the City of Ships, check out the Maine Maritime Museum.

The Gazebo Concert Series takes place throughout the summer in City Park, and the Waterfront Park Concert Series is held at the dock on Commercial Street.

Food & Drink

JR Maxwell & Co. is a delicious spot for fresh local seafood in Bath, Maine.

Solo Bistro is an excellent, modern restaurant offering innovative spins on classic New England dishes.

For authentic, St. Louis-style ribs and pulled pork, check out Beale Street Barbeque.

Recreation

There are several parks in Bath, including beautiful Bradbury State Park. Bath Country Club is a great public golf course and many residents enjoy fishing and swimming on the Kennebec River.

Schools & Community

Public school students attend the RSU 1 school system which has an excellent reputation.

Bath, ME Real Estate Market Data

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Bath Maine News

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Our Local Office:

Wiscasset

Wiscasset

152 Main Street
Wiscasset, ME 04578
Phone: (207) 882-6500

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