Camden, Maine

Description:

Camden is truly a special place because of its unique geography and culture. This welcoming town offers residents and visitors access to both mountains and the ocean and it also has great shopping and restaurants. While Camden first gained popularity as a summer destination, it has grown into a great place to live year round.

Camden, ME Demographics

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Current Market Snapshot

Property Type:
Commercial
Inventory:
18
Avg Price:
$792,656
Avg Days On Market:
107
Property Type:
Residential
Inventory:
72
Avg Price:
$598,536
Avg Days On Market:
66
Property Type:
Land
Inventory:
35
Avg Price:
$301,877
Avg Days On Market:
107
Property Type:
MultiFamily
Inventory:
29
Avg Price:
$766,010
Avg Days On Market:
70
Property Type:
Condominium
Inventory:
74
Avg Price:
$470,958
Avg Days On Market:
60
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Area Info:
Camden Culture

Residents of Camden are friendly and welcoming, and with so many great community activities year-round, it is easy to understand why this town has developed such an charming personality.

The Camden Opera House is a gorgeous Victorian-style opera house. This venue hosts a variety of performances throughout the year including concerts, dancing and plays.

Some of Camden’s most popular events include the Maine Lobster Festival, Camden International Film Festival, the U.S. National Tobaggan Championships, and the North Atlantic Blues Festival.

Food & Drink

Natalie’s Restaurant offers a lovely fine-dining experience with beautiful waterfront views. This is great place for a special occasion or date night.

For Asian cuisine, Long Grain is absolutely the best place to go. This Thai-style restaurant serves up spectacular dishes in a fun environment.

The Rock Harbour Pub & Brewery in neighboring Rockland is a great place to enjoy locally brewed craft beer and mouth watering comfort food.

Recreation

Camden is known for its wonderful oceanfront culture. Many people who live here enjoy sailing/boating and fishing, which is what originally made Camden so popular.

The Camden Snow Bowl is the only resort in the east with views of the ocean. In the summer, the Snow Bowl becomes a center for hiking, mountain biking and concerts.

Schools & Community

Public school children attend the Five Town school regional school district, and the Camden Hills Regional High School is widely known as a great secondary school.

Camden, ME Real Estate Market Data

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970 Baxter Boulevard
Portland, ME 04103
Phone: (207) 747-9985
Fax: 866-397-9058

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