As more and more people discover what you already know about the Pine Tree State, it’s becoming more difficult to find the right home. From finding a real estate agent to the perfect vacation property, here are answers to your questions about how to buy your own slice of Maine.
Restoring an old Sebago Lake hunting lodge to its former glory
Built to house and entertain a crowd, this Sunday River getaway is packed with thoughtful architectural details, natural materials, and newly made family memories.
A pair of architects transforms a neglected Lewiston landmark into a modern, moody, dreamy apartment.
Boston-based newlyweds recreate childhood memories and craft plenty of new ones on the West side of Sugarloaf.
On the green outskirts of Portland, the Seder family is slowly renovating their dream home, one project at a time.
At Tops’l Farm, Sarah and Josh Pike have built a clever campground and event space in laid-back farmhouse style.
A couple from Cape Elizabeth builds their dream vacation home on the sandy shores of Higgins Beach
Convenient, comfortable living close to everything at Snow Goose Estates in Westbrook
Nancy Hughes of Camden Coast Real Estate knows all about what draws people to the heart of Maine’s midcoast; she’s been selling homes to them for nearly 30 years. With its beautiful protected harbor, history, and vibrant downtown, Camden is … Continue reading