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Coastal Maine Real Estate

Maine's mid coast is a great place to call home be it for year round residency or a summer retreat. Anchored by Bath Iron Works in Bath and Bowdoin College in Brunswick this region offers wonderful outdoor recreation to choose from. Be it an in-town home or a coastal waterfront retreat you will find privacy, beauty and peace of mind in mid coast Maine all still within an hour or so of Portland.

Brunswick Housing Overview

Brunswick, Maine housing overview

Anchored by Bowdoin college and the recently closed Brunswick Naval Air station this community of 20,000 is a great place to call home.With lots of culture, great restaurants to choose from and only 25 minutes from Portland, Brunswick is a great all around community. In 2010 the median home or condo sold for 198K making it a moderately affordable real estate market.

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Bath Housing Overview

Real Estate in Bath, Maine

Home to Bath Iron Works and with a population of 10,000 Bath is a quintessential Maine coastal community nestled on the Kennebec River. A mix of retirees and blue collar workers the homes in this town are classic greek revivals and stately manors from a time past. An excellent down town to stroll around and a strong sense of community add to the great ambiance. The real estate is very affordable with the median home selling for 142K in 2010.

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Harpswell Maine Housing Overview

Harpswell, Maine Housing Overview

The first large coastal peninsula in the lower mid coast region that juts out from Brunswick is Harpswell and it is chock full of waterfront property. A classic mix of local working waterfront and summer home retreats this towns population doubles in the summer to about 10,000, but still remains very rural in feel. 89 homes sold at a median price of 401K in 2010.

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Phippsburg Housing Overview

Phippsburg, Maine Real Estate

The largest peninsula as far as land mass in the lower mid coastal region of Maine, Phippsburg offers rural living within the many micro communities such as Small Point, West Point, and Popham Beach. Home to Popham Beach State park and wonderful land preserves such as the basin this area is well worth a look. In 2010 124 homes sold at median price of 197K.

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Boothbay Housing Overview

Boothbay, Maine Real Estate

A bit crowed in the peak summer season, but with nooks and crannies to be found that will offer privacy and peace of mind.This coastal Maine community is well know for its popular downtown region in the summer time with great store and whale watching journey's to be had.

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Georgetown and Arrowsic Housing Overview

Arrowsic Maine

Crossing the bridge from Bath you enter Woolwich where you will then venture out onto the peninsula of Arrowsic/Georgetown. The top half is Arrowsic and the bottom is the more well known Georgetown. Similar to Phippsburg in its rural feel, but simply smaller overall and perhaps having a more of an artsy vibe. I don't have a separate page of info on Georgetown but if you order a Maine buyers packet I would be happy to send some info out.

Woolwich, ME Housing Overview

Woolwich, Maine Real Estate

Woolwich offers great rural living whilst being quite convenient to area recreation and civilization. There are generally about 50 residential offerings in the community ranging from waterfront retreats to modest stick built capes.

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