Cliff Island could be considered the quintessential Maine Island. Cliff has deep woods, abundant wildlife, picturesque coves and some of the most beautiful beaches in the bay, all privately owned.
Cliff Island is primarily known for its H shape, as well as its reputation for being the only inhabited island in Casco Bay with no paved roads. The roads are made with sand and they get fixed once a year. The roads are perfectly fine for cars.
When you stop at Cliff, you get the feeling that time has passed this place by. It lies nine miles out in Casco Bay and is the farthest out populated island that Casco Bay Lines services.
There is a small year-round population and a summer community of around 500.
Just what is considered a shoreland in Maine is important you are thinking about long-term options for your property.
All land within 250 feet of the highwater line of any pond over 10 acres, any river that drains at least 25 square miles and all tidal water and saltwater marshes
All land with 250 feet of a freshwater wetland over 10 acres.
All land within 75 feet of streams that are outlet of great ponds or streams below the confluence of 2 perennial streams.
Real Estate Values Although not true in all cases, real estate prices tend to be less expensive the farther up the Maine coastline you go and the farther inland you travel.
Maine has long been a destination for second homes either along the coast or one of our beautiful lakes or rivers.
Following several years of depressed pricing, the market is improving and it appears to be a good time to make a purchase.
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