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Maine Southern Coastal Region

Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Camp Ellis, Biddeford Pool Waterfront Real Estate

Find homes for sale along the Maine coast in Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Camp Ellis and Biddeford Pool.  Use the map below to find waterfront real estate currently for sale.

Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Camp Ellis & Biddeford Pool Real Estate 
Maine's Southern Coast Region

Old Orchard Beach, MaineOld Orchard Beach, with its beach, pier, and amusement park rides has an allure unlike any other in Maine, attracting thousands of visitors, many from French-speaking Québec. The area is well known for it nearly seven miles of magnificent beach. Its relatively low surf and fine sand make it a perfect summertime destination.

7 Miles of Pristine Sandy Beach

Although primarily a summer community, the community offers many opportunities for oceanfront living, especially if you are considering a condo or townhome. Many units, whether recent construction or resale, provide for dramatic ocean views or easy waterfront access. The pristine sandy beach is oneSingle family homes, directly on the water, can be found in the Orchard Park area.

A few miles south of Old Orchard Beach, the Saco River divides Saco from Biddeford. On the Biddeford side is Maine's largest lagoon, Biddeford Pool, a one-mile-wide tidal basin formed by two spits of land connecting to an island. Along these spits of land are the beautiful sandy beaches of the Biddeford Pool area, including Hills Beach on the northern side, and Biddeford Pool, Fortune Rocks and Granite Point on the southern side, known as Fletcher's Neck.

The beaches along the outer shores of Biddeford Pool are rocky, but the two barriers are made up of long stretches of fine sandy beach.

Camp Ellis, MaineWith their robust Franco-American heritage, the twin cities of Biddeford and Saco constitute the industrial and population centers of York County.

Unique Camp Ellis

Camp Ellis, which is part of Saco, is a unique enclave of single family homes along the Atlantic Ocean and Saco River.  There are many cottages date back into the 1890s, giving the area a yesteryear feel. The beach at Camp Ellis is small and private and many homeowners rent their properties during the desirable summer months. Fishing off the rocky jetty is a popular activity.

Revitalized Downtown Area

Biddeford is the sixth largest city in Maine and has been a center for culture and commerce since the 1600s.  The defining characteristic of the community is the Saco River, which weaves along the length of the city until it is split by a number of islands. The city has consistently flourished due to its location along former logging routes.  Many older building in the revitalized downtown area have been renovated.  A perfect example is the North Dam Mill offering retail stores, art studios, cultural events, and upscale housing..  Anchoring Biddeford's historic downtown are McArthur Public Library and Biddeford's City Theater.

Inland, Sanford is one of the state's fastest-growing communities, and the Berwicks and the Eliots are residential, riverside communities that house many who work at the shipyard and in New Hampshire.

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