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Cumberland was incorporated in 1821, after residents in the northwestern part of North Yarmouth decided to secede and form their own town. Today, the Town of Cumberland is home to approximately 7,200 residents. Cumberland’s rich farming history is carried forward by a select number of local farms still in operation, and the perennial favorite, the Cumberland Fair - one of Maine’s largest agricultural fairs. read more...

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Living in Cumberland

Just 15 minutes north of Portland, Cumberland offers an easy commute to most major area employers. While Cumberland is one of the fastest growing communities in Maine, residents pride themselves on being community-oriented and maintaining Cumberland’s identity as a friendly small town with a very social town center.


Cumberland, ME Homes for sale

The majority of Cumberland, ME homes for sale are single family dwellings, most of which are year-round residences.

As you browse Cumberland, ME real estate listings: You’ll notice that the town has three distinct areas: Cumberland Center, Cumberland Foreside, and West Cumberland.


  • Cumberland Center, as the name suggests, is in the middle of the town. It is a walkable center of small town commerce, with the post office, town hall, schools and small local establishments, all within a short distance of each other.

  • Cumberland Foreside is where you’ll find Cumberland’s coveted waterfront properties, and also where residents have public waterfront access at Broad Cove Reserve.

  • West Cumberland is home to suburban neighborhoods with generous homes on large lots.

Cumberland’s highly regarded school system The Cumberland school system is consistently ranked as one of the best in the state of Maine. Greely High School is ranked 7th in the state, with 51% of students participating in Advanced Placement (AP) courses and exams.

Cumberland ME real estate listings tend to highlight the following community assets:


  • Outdoor recreational facilities and walking/running trails, such as Twin Brook, Knight’s Pond Preserve, and Rines Forest.

  • Val Halla Recreation Center features an 18-hole golf course, driving range, and four lighted tennis courts in the warm months, and offers great sledding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and indoor golf in the colder months.

  • The Cumberland Town Forest Trail is a wide, well-maintained gravel trail network behind Town Hall.

  • The West Cumberland Athletic Complex features a Little League field, a football field, a practice field, a playground and a recreation hall.

  • Broad Cove Reserve offers swimming and paddling along the coast of Casco Bay coastline.

  • Sweetser’s Apple Barrel & Orchards and Spring Brook Farms are among some of the original Cumberland agricultural operations.

For even more information on the Town of Cumberland, please click here to read our “Town of Cumberland ME Local Guide."

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