Posts Tagged: Waterfront

September 2018 Market and Sales Update

Strong sales continue in Maine’s single-family existing home market. According to Maine Listings, REALTORS sold 2,072 homes in August, equaling a 5.88 percent sales increase compared to August 2017. The median sales price (MSP) for those homes increased 6.80 percent to $220,000. The MSP indicates that half of the homes were sold for more and… Read more »

Picturesque cottage in New Harbor offered by Newcastle Realty!

Dine or just unwind on the turreted front porch… at 154 State Route 32, New Harbor. Picturesque, shingle-style cottage with unobstructed views of the ocean! Here is the all-season home you have dreamed about! Built to perfection with tile and wood floors, granite and soapstone counters, fieldstone fireplace and spectacular trim and finish work. Enjoy a… Read more »

August 2018 Market and Sales Update

Maine experienced solid gains in both sales prices and sales volume for single-family home sales during the month of July. Maine Listings reported that 1,864 homes changes hands last month—an increase of 9.65 percent from the same period last year—and the median sales price jumped 9.22 percent to $225,000. The MSP indicates that half of… Read more »

Rare Island Property Offers Bold Views, Privacy

We are pleased to offer this Heron Island seasonal vintage cottage with broad westerly and southerly views of the Damariscotta River, East Boothbay to the islands and ocean beyond. Step back in time to simpler days when friends and family gather and create memories that last a lifetime. Property features 2 cottages, one with a… Read more »

Custom Contemporary on the Sheepscot River!

Experience the Maine way of life… at 52 Falls Road, Newcastle. When this local well known carpenter built this house not much was left to be desired. This private custom built contemporary cape on the Sheepscot River offers amazing features such as Corian counter tops, first floor Master bedroom with attached en-suit, soaring cathedral ceilings with a… Read more »