SAINT GEORGE: Amazing views of Mosquito Island, ocean & rolling fields Recently renovated, artist/craftsman built Post & Beam Cape captures the beauty & tranquility of coastal waters, sun & sea air. Private setting. Brightly lit rooms, open floor plan, energy efficient. Gas fireplace in LR. Renovations include gourmet kitchen/granite counters, kitchen nook, MBR & private bath w/beautifully tiled Jacuzzi. Gleaming wide board wood floors throughout house. Unique detached stone garage w/2nd flr studio, office or guest space.
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SAINT GEORGE: BOLD OCEAN on Penobscot Bay in Port Clyde. Taste and quality abound in this exceptional oceanfront home. Open floor plan with gourmet kitchen, Brazilian Cherry floors, solarium, library, 3 BR suites and gorgeous views. This fine, well maintained home was designed with attention to detail and is in move-in condition.
#1221739 $1,425,000 CLICK HERE for more information or contact Peggy Crockett at 207-542-3105 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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SAINT GEORGE, MAINE: COVE SIDE, a lovely home built custom for this gorgeous 180° view. Guests always comment about the tranquility and luxury of their visit. In 2007 Watts Cove was designated a shorebird Significant Wildlife Habitat (SWH) for feeding shorebirds under the National Resources Act. This sheltered 100+ acre cove is a pristine spot for sailing, kayaking, swimming & fishing and a spectacular wild life experience. Nearly every variety of Maine Coast shorebird finds its way here. Breathtaking sunsets. #1221412 $989,000
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FRIENDSHIP: Secluded waterfront well-maintained home w/ waterside artist studio/cabin in Friendship. Tucked down a long private driveway, this contemporary home has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, family room, propane fireplace, large entertainment deck, stairs leading down to the water’s edge, waterside artist studio/writer’s cabin (10X14) and large storage shed (16X24). Enjoy all 15 acres of privacy, tranquility and wildlife or subdivide part of the parcel (cleared building site near road). Numerous possibilities to explore! #1212790 $399,000.
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Take a quick spin around this Custom Finished Year-Round Energy-Efficient Home in an especially picturesque location near the edge of Seal Harbor. This home has many unique features including fine hand-crafted cabinetry, woodwork and fireplace. Special attention has been given to every detail and it shows. There is a small private pond with its own footbridge on the property. The view over Seal Harbor and Whitehead Island to the sea is spectacular and worthy of a fine magazine cover. #1203366 $589,000 For more information about this unique and beautifully situated home click here or contact Donee Wyke at 207-706-1010 or email@example.com.
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U.S. home prices increased for the 3rd consecutive month. rising in May from April in every city tracked by a leading index. It’s a sign that increasing sales and tight inventories are supporting a modest housing recovery.
The supply of homes for sale remains low helping to stabilize prices. At the current sales pace, it would take six and a half months to exhaust the supply of previously-occupied homes which is only slightly above the six month rate economists consider healthy.
Experts suggest that the market may at long last have hit bottom. Today’s average 30-year rate is even lower than the average 20- or 25-year rate was in the 1950s. With prices stabilizing and long-term mortgage rates the lowest in history this could be the moment buyers have been waiting for. So finding the perfect home or seasonal get away has never been easier than it is now here in Maine’s beautiful oceanfront and coastal communities, including Camden, Rockland, Rockport, Lincolnville, Northport, Isleboro, and surrounding islands and towns.
Nestled along Maine’s coastline, the Mid Coast region presents a picture-perfect lifestyle for both seasonal and year-round residents. Mountain vistas give way to sweeping ocean views that provide a back-drop for a vibrant community rich in culture, heritage and maritime tradition.
Widely known for the fleet of Windjammers anchored in local harbors, Mid Coast Maine is also a creative arts Mecca offering a host of galleries, boutiques, celebrated restaurants and inns.
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Famous for its quaint historic towns, mountainous and pastoral landscapes, rocky shores and sand beaches, Maine is also defined by its distinct climate. Weather changes rapidly from one day (or even hour) to the next, and from year to year, average conditions can vary widely. However, the general climate patterns that have remained fairly consistent since Europeans first landed on our shores are rapidly changing. No one needs to tell you that though, signs become clearer each year. Records show that spring is arriving sooner, summers are growing hotter, and winters are becoming warmer and less snowy.
In recent decades the characteristic climate of the Northeast has begun to change beyond what we have experienced in previous centuries. Patterns familiar to residents since recordkeeping began, including the arrival of the seasons, duration of snow cover, and timing of lake and river ice breakup, have been broken and new trends have begun to emerge. If global warming emissions continue to grow unabated, the Northeast can expect dramatic temperature increases over the course of this century.
These regional changes are part of the broader global warming trend. Today, virtually all scientists agree that the planet is warming and that this warming is driven by increasing levels of heat-trapping emissions (primarily carbon dioxide) from human activities such as the burning of coal, oil, and natural gas to generate electricity and fuel our cars. New projections show that climate changes already under way will continue to accelerate, although less drastically if we shift away from fossil fuels in favor of clean energy technologies. If we don’t, it could result in dramatic regional warming of 7 to 12°F on average by the end of the century. To put these projections into perspective, if we follow our current higher-emissions practices, the typical summer in upstate New York may feel like the present-day summer in South Carolina by the end of the century.
The choices we make today and in the coming years matter greatly. If the rate of emissions is lowered, projections show the changes will be significantly smaller. Emissions choices we make today—in the Northeast and worldwide—will help determine the climate our children and grandchildren inherit, and shape the consequences for their economy, environment, and quality of life. To read more about Climate Change in the US Northeast visit the Union of Concerned Scientists website.
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