Sebago, Maine

Description:

Sebago is a small town located in southwestern Maine along the shore of Sebago Lake. While Sebago is very popular among vacationers, it is also a great place to live year round. Many full-time residents choose to live in Sebago because of the beautiful natural surroundings and commute about 45 minutes to Portland for work during the week.

Sebago, ME Demographics

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Current Market Snapshot

Property Type:
Commercial
Inventory:
1
Avg Price:
$550,000
Avg Days On Market:
204
Property Type:
Residential
Inventory:
25
Avg Price:
$357,524
Avg Days On Market:
115
Property Type:
Land
Inventory:
18
Avg Price:
$177,989
Avg Days On Market:
152
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Area Info:
Sebago Culture

Sebago has a fun mix of year-round and seasonal residents and the people here are very friendly and welcoming. Sebago Days takes place in mid-late July every year and brings together people from across the region to enjoy fireworks, road races, a parade and more.

For nightlife, travel north to neighboring Naples for live music and shows.

Food & Drink

O.Dans Restaurant is a delicious, farm-to-table restaurant with a fun, lighthearted atmosphere and outdoor dining in the summer.

Be sure to check out Gemme’s General Store for amazing baked goods, sandwiches and pizza.

Recreation

The town’s location on the northwestern shore of Sebago Lake makes it perfect for a wide range of waterfront activities like sailing, fishing, and kayaking. People in Sebago also enjoy hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

Schools & Community

Elementary age students attend Sebago Elementary School and then eventually move on to Lake Region High School, which serves Sebago, Casco, Naples and Bridgton.

Sebago, ME Real Estate Market Data

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