South Portland, Maine
South Portland is a community that has it all. This idyllic suburban town is just minutes from downtown Portland, making it particularly popular for those who commute to the city for work or school. South Portland is a thriving, family-friendly and business-friendly community with all the necessary resources to live a happy and healthy lifestyle.
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South Portland and the Greater Portland area offer residents and visitors access to a plethora of fun activities and places to visit.
There are several lovely parks and summer concert venues along the Fore River in South Portland including, Mill Creek Park and Bug Light Park, and Maine State Pier is just across the river in Portland. The Lyric Music Theater, Mad Horse and the Portland Players, are also great places to catch a show in South Portland.
The Portland Science Center is a wonderful, interactive place to take children for an afternoon.
Enjoy great food and the best views in town at Saltwater Grille on Front Street at Sunset Marina. Eat inside or out on the fabulous deck as the sea breeze kicks up on those hot afternoons. Elsmere BBQ on Shore Road smokes up amazing Texas style BBQ – another local favorite.
For coffee and breakfast check out Cia in the Knightville neighborhood, where the owner might just serve you while on roller skates; or go to Scratch Bakery at Willard Square for the delicious home baked bagels.
The water plays an important role in the lives of many local residents. From sailing and kayaking to surfing and fishing, there are so many great ways to enjoy the South Portland waterfront.
South Portland Schools are excellent, known for top academics, sports and arts and music programs. The private schools in the area are also well respected; some of the most popular are Greater Portland Christian, Waynflete, and Holy Cross School.
Overall, the residents of South Portland are active and engaged in the community. There are dozens of community events, fairs, and concerts year round, and there is perfect balance of togetherness and privacy. Some of the most popular neighborhoods are Willard Beach and Meeting House Hill on the water, and Thornton Heights which includes the lovely South Portland Golf Course.
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Located on Main Street, Norway, Stephens Memorial Hospital is a great asset to our community. Attached to the hospital is Ripley Medical Building that houses many physician offices. Having great medical services in the hub of this community is a wonderful benefit to the Oxford Hills Region.
In addition to children's and adult programs, the library also offers space for community services, public computers, and tax assistance.
One of the great advantages to living in Maine is that it truly is a four season state. When winter arrives, there is skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and my favorite - sledding! There's nothing quite like channeling your inner child and sledding down a steep hill.Read More