South Portland is a beautiful coastal community that was established in 1898 after separating from Cape Elizabeth. Located just south of Portland and about 90 mins from Boston, Massachusetts; South Portland boasts beautiful beaches, peaceful parks and a walking trail that takes you from one end of the city to the other. South Portland offers both public and private schools and is also home to Husson College and the Southern Maine Community College which is part of the University of Maine system. South Portland offers both a diverse population and is also a great shopping destination. The community offers a great mix of small, locally owned businesses and large nationally known chain stores. The Maine Mall, the largest mall in the state, enjoys calling South Portland its home.
The Maine Real Estate Network's office in South Portland is conveniently located behind the Maine Mall in what many people refer to as the West Side of the city. We are close to I-95 and offer plenty of parking for our guests and clients.
Auburn is a city and the county seat of Androscoggin County, Maine, United States. The population was 23,055 at the 2010 census. It is one of two principal cities of and included in the Lewiston-Auburn, which is also known as twin cities.
Many festivals are held in Auburn/Lewiston throughout the year and is home of the Great Falls Balloon Festival in August.
The office is located close to I 95 and provides plenty of parking for clients and guest.
Bethel is Maine’s premiere vacation destination and is appropriately named “Maine’s most beautiful Mountain Village”. This four-season town offers a variety of world class recreation opportunities. From alpine skiing at Sunday River and Mt. Abram in the winter, to playing a round of golf at the renowned Bethel Inn & Country Club, or at the new Sunday River Golf Course in the summer- this destination has something for everyone. The abundance of natural resources- lakes, rivers, waterfalls, mountains, trails and wildlife make Bethel a popular choice for boaters, fisherman, hunters, hikers and all other outdoorsman! The charming downtown area has attracted a healthy number of retirees and second home owners. Gould Academy, an elite academic and athletic private school, helps to draw hundreds of out-of-state students and their families to Bethel each year.
Getting here: Bethel is located in Oxford County’s Androscoggin River Valley. It is 70 Miles Northwest of Portland and can be reached by following Route 26 North from Exit 11 off of I95. Bethel is 25 minutes from Mt. Washington Valley and is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest, from here Bethel is accessible by Route 2 North.
Bridgton Maine is part of Cumberland County. It is a four-season area that has something for everyone. The unique blend of history, recreation, attractions and family fun make Bridgton a perfect destination. Whether you are in the market for a place to enjoy the great outdoors or to simply sit back and take in the beautiful mountain and lake views, Bridgton and the surrounding western Maine towns will assuredly provide the means to satisfy your every desire.
With unspoiled forests and waterways, Bridgton is a year-round outdoor playground and sportsman's paradise. Here you can bike scenic roads or remote trails, canoe calm waters or photograph spectacular sunsets. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, here you can: Climb. Fish. Golf. Hike. Hunt. Sail. Swim. Ski. Boat. Snowmobile Etc.
Shopping in Bridgton can be summarized in one word, "unique." We don't have the big box stores. Instead, enjoy the antique and specialty shops located throughout downtown. Whether you are looking for a perfect gift for that special someone, or for yourself, you'll be sure to find it in one of our many quaint shops. From hand-made Maine crafts and antique treasures to outdoor gear and clothing, you'll find a variety of shopping opportunities.
Are you looking for a cottage on one of our many lakes to rent for a week? Or maybe you are in the market to purchase a home. Secure your piece of Bridgton real estate by contacting The Maine Real Estate Network in Bridgton (207) 647-2622). You will enjoy the solitude the landscape has to offer, as well as the excitement the lakes and mountains bring, due to the multitude of activities in Bridgton.
Bridgton is small enough to be friendly, but large enough to offer all the necessary services of contemporary living. This is a special and exciting area nestled among the beautiful waters of various lakes and mountains. You'll find it a convenient location to reach North Conway, New Hampshire, Freeport and Portland, Maine or the White Mountains. If quality of life is important to you, then the Bridgton deserves a closer look.
From Portsmouth and Boston: Take I-95 North to Maine Turnpike exit 48 (formerly exit 8). Follow Route 302 West for approximately 40 miles to Bridgton.
From North Conway, New Hampshire: Follow Route 302 East through Fryeburg.
Below are approximate driving distances to Bridgton from the following:
North Conway, NH 26 miles
Portland, ME 39 miles
Freeport, ME 55 miles
Manchester, NH 130 miles
Boston, MA 148 miles
Worcester, MA 178 miles
Providence, RI 214 miles
Montreal, QC, Canada 216 miles
The Greater Brunswick Area is includes Brunswick, Topsham, Harpswell, Bath, Bowdoinham, Phippsburg and Georgetown. The area has miles and miles of pristine coastline with ocean vistas, historic lighthouses, and vibrant downtowns with a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment.
Brunswick is the largest town in Maine with its charming Maine Street shops, café’s and eateries. Brunswick’s Park Row Gazebo is where concerts are held each summer. The famous Bowdoin College campus, Joshua Chamberlain House, Pejepscot Historical Society and The Maine State Music Theater are downtown as well as the new Maine Street Station Amtrak terminal. Brunswick now has an Executive Airport for general aviation which is co-located at Brunswick Landing a multipurpose facility home to two colleges, an IT security firm, Kestral Aircraft Manufacturing as well as other businesses and light manufacturing.
Bath is one of the top 100 best cities in America with its historic waterfront downtown area, waterfront park and is home to Bath Iron Works, one of the largest employers in the State.
Harpswell has more coastline, bays & bold ocean views than any other town in Maine offering many opportunities to own a truly wonderful part of the coast of Maine.
The Agents of The Maine Real Estate Network Brunswick Office are highly knowledgeable and experienced in helping Buyers and Sellers fulfill their dreams with their real estate needs. As part of the largest independent real estate agency in Maine they have the resources and connections to ensure their clients needs are met and exceeded. The Brunswick office is on Coastal US Route 1 at 104 Pleasant Street, Suite 3, Brunswick, Maine 04011. (Next to Subway & Dunkin Donuts.) Phone (207) 721-1000.
Our Buxton office is located in a great location as we all call the “corner”. The office sits within a three-mile radius of Gorham & Scarborough.
Buxton was settled in 1748 and became incorporated in 1772. Buxton is known for historical factors of sawmills and gristmills along the Saco River. Salmon Falls was the first area to be developed. Saco River is now known for a lot of swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, walking and just great scenery. There are many historical buildings to enjoy and learn of the history within this community.
Buxton offers a variety of businesses from big names to locally own. Although Buxton is classified as rural area we do have our own Hannaford’s grocery store, and Rite-Aid! It allows easy access to the local cities for great shopping, restaurant areas, and much more. Within a half-hour you could be at the Maine Mall!
We as a whole are a close knit community and come together when it comes to the school systems whether after school programs, sports etc. Many of our agents have ties to the Buxton community and not just because the office is located here! Our agents have spent countless hours donating a lot of time to the school system and town recreation department. We are proud sponsors/coaches/volunteers and proud of our 2013 Bonny Eagle State Football Champs! Go Scots!
Our Buxton office has devoted, experienced Realtors who specialize in residential, land, waterfront, foreclosure, short sale and all your real estate needs.
PO Box 19
771 Narragansett Trail
Buxton, Me. 04093
M-F 9:00 – 5:00pm, Saturday’s 9-1pm
Sunday by appointment
Falmouth, Maine is located just north of Portland on the coast of Maine. It has a population of approximately 11,000 people, and covers approximately 32 square miles from the coastline to rural areas further inland.
Attractions in Falmouth include the local harbor and town landing, indoor and outdoor ice skating facilities, shopping, many parks and recreational facilities, 3 golf courses, and a medical center.
The Falmouth office is located close to I-95 and I 295 and provides plenty of parking for clients.
Fryeburg is located in western Maine, at the foothills of the White Mountains and is the oldest town in Oxford County, settled in 1763 and incorporated in 1777.Fryeburg's classic New England village offers a warm feel of belonging to all who come. It boasts eleven buildings on the National Register of Historic Place, the Fryeburg Academy, & the Fryeburg Fair.
The outstanding surroundings of rivers, lakes, & 800,000 acres of White Mountain National Forest offer limitless outdoor activities year round. The community encompasses a region that is rich in culture and entertainment. Fryeburg is ideally located only an hour from Portland, Maine's largest city, less than three hours from Boston, & few minute drive to North Conway, NH
Our Fryeburg offices serves the entire area, including Fryeburg, Brownfield, Denmark and more. If you are searching for Western Maine or Saco River real estate, you have come to the right place.
The Maine Real Estate Network is thrilled to welcome the former Premier Realty agency to the TMREN family. As leaders and experts in the Central Maine area, they are a welcome addition.
The town of Gorham is a quintessential Maine town sharing both a rich history and a bright future. This is primarily the result of its unique location in Southern Maine. Gorham is within a very short commute to Portland and all that Maine’s largest city has to offer yet is beloved for still retaining all the characteristics of a quiet country town to include lush rolling fields, farms, heavily wooded areas and wide open spaces. Gorham’s residents enjoy a vibrant Village Center where numerous shops and restaurants are within walking distance of the village post office and supermarket. Gorham Village is also home to a University of Southern Maine campus and to all three of Gorham’s well respected Elementary, Middle & High Schools. Gorham Real Estate is a complementary mixture of well-preserved antique homes and newer well-planned neighborhoods that strive to protect a small town feel. Gorham is well known for the volunteerism of its residents and for cultural opportunities, with countless art events each year. Gorham has recently been featured on several Top 10 lists for the best places to live in Maine. This is no secret to the thousand of new residents that have made Gorham their home over the past decade, making Gorham one of the fastest growing municipalities in Maine. Whether you choose to make Gorham or one of her surrounding communities your next home, we look forward to serving you.
Owls Head is easily overlooked.
Owls Head is a town in Knox County and was incorporated on July 9, 1921. It is a resort and fishing community. It is home to the Owl’s Head Transportation Museum with a large collection of classic cars, motorcycles and airplanes. Search all Owls Head real estate here.
A local secret, sandy Crescent Beach is hidden away on Ginn Point, a narrow finger of land poking into the Atlantic Ocean south of the village. Once home to an inn whose guests arrived by steamboat, most of Crescent Beach is now owned by summer cottages.
Owls Head State Park
According to local lore, Owls Head derived its name from 18th-century sailors who thought this headland resembled the head of an owl with a white brick lighthouse perched on a cliff high above Penobscot Bay. Volunteers from Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights staff both the 162-year-old lighthouse and the keeper’s house, in which you’ll find a museum and gift shop.
Birch Point Beach State Park (Lucia Beach)
You’d be hard pressed to find a nicer spot to enjoy a lobster dinner than this quiet sandy beach overlooking Penobscot Bay. Thanks to the rocky headlands at either end of the beach, the surf is gentle for swimming (if you can stand the cold water). Bring your fishing rod and cast for striped bass and mackerel.
Ballyhac Road and this is where you will find the Owls Head Branch of The Maine Real Estate Network office (off of Ballyhac on Makers Cove Road)
The Group 1 Team, Dick Buffum, Kathleen McCallum, Mark McCallum and Heather Ciampi, have been servicing the Saco-Biddeford-Old Orchard Beach areas and surrounding communities from their 18 Pepperell Square location in downtown Saco since 1980. Known for honesty, integrity and exemplary client service, the Group 1 Team has attracted a loyal following in Southern Maine and beyond.
The Group 1 Team continues to offer the same personalized, excellent services they have offered from the start and with almost a century of real estate experience among them, the Group 1 Team is prepared to tackle even the most challenging problems.
Residential – multi-family – new construction – commercial – investment: the Group 1 Team has the knowledge and experience that will make the difference in your real estate experience. Let the Group 1 Team show you how their down to earth, informed approach to listing and selling real estate has earned them the trust and loyalty of their clients for over 30 years.
SACO boasts a rich heritage along the northern side of the Saco River as it flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Young William Pepperrell purchased some 5000 acres in 1716 including the timber privileges of an additional 4500 acres along the river. Since then there have been numerous divisions with large homesteads that have been divided into neighborhoods and family plots. Historic Homes of Distinction line the Main Streets with an array of different architectural styles and designs from Greek Revival to Queen Anne to Italianate.
The town grew through Saw Mills and Boat Building until the Mills opened and became the major employer. Camp Ellis and Ferry Beach sections of town are still favored with waterfront and water view properties along the Saco River and the Atlantic Ocean. Saco is a beautiful Picturesque New England city where much of the original Colonial touches and feelings still exist today. A lovely place to visit and live.
To help your search and purchase go quickly and easily, please contact the Saco Office of The Maine Real Estate Network, where you will be connected with a qualified agent who is able and willing to help you find the property you are looking for. We have agents that specialize in all avenues of real estate; from Residential to Commercial, Multi-Family and New Construction to Mobile Homes and Land. We cover all of Southern Maine, so do call and check us out! We are waiting to hear from you.
Scarborough, Maine is a premier coastal community of about 19,000 residents located just seven miles south of Portland. Easy highway access, close proximity to Maine's largest metropolitan area, and beautiful views and beaches make Scarborough a preferred destination for families, businesses, and outdoor enthusiasts. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the towns many attractions including Higgins Beach, Scarborough Beach State Park, the Scarborough Historical Society and Museum, the Scarborough River Wildlife Sanctuary, as well as the excitement of Scarborough Downs and Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. There is truly something for everyone in the town of Scarborough.
The Town of Sebago is situated on the western shore of Sebago Lake, the second largest lake in Maine and home to the Landlocked Salmon. We are uniquely located mid-way between the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the coast of Maine. We have served the Lakes Region of Southwestern Maine for over 60 years, and our office is the longest operating family owned real estate office in the area. We specialize in the sale of lake properties around Sebago Lake and the many area lakes and ponds. In addition, we offer over 150 weekly summer vacation rentals through our rental agency, Jordan Rentals. We also list and sell many residential properties in the communities surrounding Sebago Lake including Standish, Windham, Naples, Raymond and Casco, to name but a few. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff welcomes the opportunity to serve your real estate needs in the beautiful Sebago Lake Region of Southwestern Maine.
Standish is uniquely located in Southern Maine. Of all the towns in the “Golden Wheel” (the cities and towns located within 30 minutes of Portland) Standish is considered the “Hub of the Wheel” as it is conveniently located within 30 minutes to Portland, the Beaches at Saco, Biddeford or Old Orchard Beach, the Oxford Casino, the Western ski areas, & Conway, NH. Standish is located at the bottom tip of Sebago Lake (the 2nd largest lake in Maine) and has more frontage on the lake than any of the other surrounding communities and offers free boat ramp privileges to Standish residents. Standish is also considered the “Gateway to the West” which includes the towns of Limington, Baldwin, Sebago, Cornish, & Parsonsfield where homes are still very affordable, where this is plenty of land to build, the taxes are low and the quality of life high. Standish and its surrounding communities of Buxton, Hollis & Limington also have significant frontage on the Saco River. Watchic Lake in Standish is mostly private but there is a public beach sponsored by the Kiwanis Club that features one of the cleanest beaches you will ever find and fantastic swimming for the young and old alike. Our office is located on Rt. 25 (Ossipee Trail) directly across the street from Dunkin’ Donuts and just down the street the Colonial Marketplace Shopping Plaza. Stop in and see us today. We look forward to serving you.
Our Waterboro Office is located in the heart of the Southern Maine Lakes Region where our beautiful lakes and woods offer a variety of activities for all of Maine’s diverse seasons. Summer activities are limitless with swimming, boating, hiking, and horseback riding. Our winters are just as lively with snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and hockey on the lakes.
Waterboro is just one of many active Massabessic Communities which offer annual events, fairs, celebrations, youth activities and so much more. Each summer Waterboro has its famous Old Home Days festival featuring live music and some of the best fireworks in the state. There is nothing quite as picturesque as Alfred Village and its historic Court House famous for housing the oldest continuous court records in the United States going back to 1636. A trip to Newfield’s Willowbrook Village is like stepping back in time to the 19th century. For those brave enough the ice fishing is unsurpassed with a state record 23 lb. trout coming from Shapleigh’s Square Pond. Waterboro & Limerick’s Lake Arrowhead was boasted by Field and Stream as one of the top bass fishing lakes in the US.
The Waterboro area offers a wide variety of businesses including the Discovery Channel’s Howe & Howe and their amazing machines. There is something to be said about country living with the convenience of a regional medical center, Hannaford’s grocery store, and our very own Dunkin Donuts.
Conveniently located within 2-hours of Boston and with its easy access to the lakes, mountains, city, and interstate the Waterboro region is a wonderful place to call home whether it be year around or as one of our many summer residents.
Our Waterboro office is made up of experienced Realtors who specialize in residential, land, and waterfront real estate. Search all Waterboro real estate here.
PO Box 250
397 Sokokis Trail
East Waterboro, ME 04030
Summer: M-F 9:00 – 5:00pm, Saturdays 9-1:00pm
Winter:M-F 10-4:00pm, Saturdays by appointment
Windham, Maine incorporated in 1792 is now a four season destination with close to 500 acres of parks and preserves offering a wide variety of activities for swimming, paddling, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, skateboarding and more. There are a variety of places of interest in Windham, both to visitors and residents. South Windham village, the home of Windham's Historical Society will show remnants of the old town center and once-thriving mills. North Windham is now the center of the towns retail shopping district, eating establishments, entertainment venues such as Seacoast Adventure Park an all season park for all ages etc.Search all Windham real estate here.
Wiscasset is a picturesque town in the Mid Coast region of Maine as well as the county seat for Lincoln County. With a population just under 4000, beautiful waterfront areas, and well preserved historic buildings, it is no wonder that the town motto is "Maine's Prettiest Village."