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Maine's Casco Bay Region

Portland, Falmouth, Cumberland 

Portland, Maine's largest city and its cultural and commercial center, is the hub of Cumberland County, the state's most populous region. Including its suburbs - which range from Scarborough in the south to Freeport in the north, and North Windham in the northwest.

Portland, Falmouth & Cumberland Waterfront Real Estate 
Maine's Casco Bay Region

Portland is the largest metropolitan area north of Boston, expanding outward every year. But Cumberland County still has nearly as many rural residents as it does city dwellers.

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Founded in 1632, Portland has several historic neighborhoods and a number of buildings of architectural interest. Many of these are congregated in the city's West End, in the neighborhoods near Maine Medical Center, the state's largest hospital. Congress Street anchors the city's downtown, running from one end of the L-shaped peninsula in Casco Bay to the other. It begins on Munjoy Hill in a residential area near the Eastern Promenade, where there is a park and beautiful views of the bay, and descends to become a commercial and retail district downtown.

Congress Street has enjoyed a bit of a boost in recent years with many new stores, new restaurants, and the continued prosperity of many arts establishments located here. Portland City Hall, home of Merrill Auditorium and the Portland Symphony Orchestra, sits at one end of the city's official Arts District, and the Portland Museum of Art anchors the other. Only a few blocks separate the downtown from the Old Port, a historic waterfront quarter with boutiques and specialty shops, restaurants, and nightclubs, which is popular with tourists and Mainers alike.

Ferries leaving Portland's waterfront provide access to the Calendar Islands in Casco Bay, which have a number of summer homes and many year-round residents, and a huge ocean-going vessel departs regularly from Portland for Nova Scotia. Unlike larger cities, Portland offers easy access to green countryside and open space.

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Falmouth is located just north of Portland, providing an easy commute into the city. Each one of its neighborhoods offers a variety of homes with their own unique charm. Whether it’s a home along the ocean or a property in a sub-division, there are many real estate options.
Falmouth also offers a large mix of oceanfront property, excellent schools and a thriving local business community. There are also three private golf clubs within the city limits, as well as Highland Lake. 

A little farther north is Cumberland, also situated along the coast of Casco Bay.  While the town itself is small, it does feature a downtown area and very good schools.  Near the center of the town, there is a small recreational park called Twin Brook. Run which is maintained by the town, and is open to cross-country skiers, joggers and other wanting to be outside. 

Within a twenty-minute drive of the city, Cumberland, Pownal, and North Yarmouth have few businesses and large rural tracts, though they have seen building booms in the past decade. Gray, with its neat downtown, and New Gloucester, with its historic Shaker colony at Sabbathday Lake, have agricultural traditions that continue to this day.

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