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Real Time Market Listings


Real Time Market Listings


In Greater Portland




Where to begin! If you are considering a move to Portland, you are not alone. Forbes.com recently ranked the city as one of the most livable in the entire United States. From ornate architecture to ocean scenery, this town will enchant you. The Old Port waterfront features working fishing wharves and converted warehouses with restaurants and shops. Portland has also long been considered a city that supports The Arts and that trend is continuing. Portland is a city of many neighborhoods and whether you are interested in an in-town condo, a historic tree-lined neighborhood, there are many choices. I'm a fortunate resident of the historic West End and have lived there for many years.

South Portland

South Portland is situated on Portland Harbor and overlooks the skyline of Portland and the islands of Casco Bay. South Portland is a suburban community which has many quiet neighborhoods. It’s excellent for people who want to live near the excitement of Portland, yet still have the privacy of a more rural setting. Ferry Village is the hottest community consisting of bungalows and unique shops. Willard Square is another located on the beach and has a fantastic vibe. I grab a cup of coffee and head to Bug Light at Spring Point to take in the views of the entrance to the harbor. It’s a beautiful spot.

Cape Elizabeth

This beautiful coastal town is one to consider for the discriminating home buyer. Two Lights State Park, Fort Williams State Park and Crescent Beach are gorgeous attractions all within reach. Its abundant nature lends to great outdoor activities with the occasional picnic. Incidentally, the food truck at Fort Williams, called Bite Into Maine, has the best lobster rolls in the area! The most photographed lighthouse in America is right there at Portland Head Light too. Cape Elizabeth is a bedroom community primarily with residential areas and open spaces. These great attributes have a price as real estate tends to be more expensive.


Falmouth has some of the highest real estate prices in the State however there are different price points depending on the location. The largest homes are located along the Atlantic Ocean in the Foreside neighborhood. Historic homes, condominiums, and new construction are nestled into the East Falmouth and West Falmouth areas. Falmouth Foreside offers the coastal lifestyle with waterfront properties tucked along narrow roads that lead directly to Casco Bay. Residences quietly enjoy a beautiful setting in this prominent community.


Beaches! Scarborough is well known for its beaches and coastal communities. Scarborough Beach is the beach to surf as it’s open to the ocean with no coves. Continue further down on Prouts Neck and you’ll find the exclusive Black Point Inn and the Prouts Neck Country Club on Prouts Neck. Pine Point includes Pillsbury Shores which has become a year-round waterfront community over the years. There are quaint summer cottages at Higgins Beach that date back from the turn of the 20th century. The town is the largest in the State in square miles so there’s something for everyone whether you’re looking for coastal living or a country setting.


If you’re looking to live in a quintessential New England town, Yarmouth is a charmer. With a population of 9,000 residents and an area covering 18 square miles, it has the small-town appeal. The historic village along Main Street is highlighted by cafés, quaint shops, businesses, and grand Victorian style homes dating back to the 1,700’s. The public skating rink with a large fireplace is ridiculously cute. Fun is within reach to the picturesque Royal River, Cousins River, Casco Bay and Cousin’s Island. The mix of charm, vibrant local commerce, and short commute to Portland makes Yarmouth a little gem of a town.