With Bath’s seaside-town charm, Phippsburg’s natural beauty, and Georgetown’s working waterfront, this coastal region lets visitors enjoy a true Maine lifestyle.
Perched high within the trees on the coast of Georgetown, three clever little homes are providing ample inspiration to Maine travelers.
FEATURE-February Special Wedding Issue 2012 The wedding story. It’s the one that couples tell in unison, with laughter and knowing glances. It’s the one about saying yes and the one that begins with we. It’s about family and friends. It’s about forever, … Continue reading
SEE-August 2011 By Deborah Weisgall Guy Lowe, The Last Lowe of Lowe’s Point, 1928, oil on canvas, 48″ x 30″ Marguerite Zorach was a California girl with an appetite for adventure and a passion for drawing. In 1908, as … Continue reading
A-LIST-August 2010 By Joe Ricchio Photograph by Jonathan Laurence 01 The Lobster Shack at Two Lights Sure, this staple in Cape Elizabeth is a little touristy at times, but you’re right next to the ocean, on a stunning stretch … Continue reading
THERE + THEN- October 2009Photographs by Amanda Kowalski Angus King and Mary Herman hosted the writers sixth annual sunset cocktail party at their beach cottage near Reid State Park in Georgetown. One literary high point: King read aloud from the … Continue reading
FEAST-October 2009 (from Maine Home+Design) By Rebecca Falzano Photographs by François Gagné When chef Michael Gagné, co-owner of Robinhood Free Meetinghouse in Georgetown, set out to create the perfect biscuit years ago, little did he know that his personal passion would … Continue reading