Maine. Clear air, sparkling waters, peaceful communities, spectacular array of seafood, world class restaurants, and wonderfully livable and historic villages, towns and cities reaching across the state.
Here the sky meets the sea in stunning vistas punctuated by lush, green forests, rolling hills, majestic mountains, turquoise lakes, and miles of picturesque sandy beaches that nestle among Maine’s famed rocky shoreline.
Forget traffic jams and congested urban living... Swim, bike, ski, sail, hike, fish and hunt in an outdoor environment like no other in the country. Maine is freedom, friendliness and offers more four-season scenery than you can imagine. And if you choose to live in a Kasprzak condo community in either Southern, or Mid Coast Maine, it’s all close to home.
Should dining out be important to you, you won’t be disappointed by the variety of eating experiences in Maine, especially in the Portland area. Portland, a leisurely drive from either Millbrooke Farm in Wells, or Oak Hill in Topsham, is a true food-lovers’ city! The city now celebrates that fact as it’s been selected by Bon Appetit magazine as its nation-wide “City of the Year” in 2018. Editor-at-large Andrews Knowlton describes Portland as “one of the most unexpected culinary destinations in the country.” The diverse and delicious culinary offerings by the city’s many restaurants is amazing said Knowlton. This is only the fourth time the magazine has named a culinary City of the Year. Now Maine’s largest city joins other past winners including San Francisco in 2015, Washington, D.C. in 2016, and Chicago in 2017. Come explore- it’s all right here!
Merriland River in Autumn, in our Riverbend Woods community in Wells, Maine
Federal Jack's Restaurant & Brew Pub on the harbor in Kennebunkport, Maine
Many Maine forest trails and wooded paths to discover.
Bon Appetit magazine names Portland the culinary “City of the Year” for 2018.
Great outdoor activities abound, especially golf with its many fine courses.