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There’s far more to the beautiful town of Freeport than world class shopping. Situated on the edge of Casco Bay with acres upon acres of pristine preserved land, Freeport residents enjoy a friendly know-your-neighbor lifestyle, with abundant recreational opportunities that place a natural emphasis on living a balanced life. It’s a remarkable and unique place to live. read more...

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Town Heritage

Freeport was originally four villages—Mast Landing, Porter's Landing, South Freeport and Freeport Corner—all of which are now part of the Harraseeket Historic District which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The local historical society also owns two properties listed in the National Register: Harrington House and Pettengill Farm.

According to local legend, Freeport is known as The Birthplace of Maine, because colonists used to gather here for meetings to plot their separation from Massachusetts in 1820.

Accessibility

Freeport is just 15 minutes to either Portland or Brunswick. There’s an express bus service between Portland, Falmouth, Yarmouth and Freeport which features frequent weekday round trips for a convenient, comfortable car-free commute. Another transportation option is Amtrak's ​Downeaster ​ train service, which stops at the Freeport station with service to the Portland Transportation Center and Boston's North Station.

Freeport, ME Homes for sale

The majority of Freeport, ME homes for sale are single family dwellings. In this small town of just 7,800, the Freeport Conservation Trust is a significant entity. It reflects the town’s dedication to sharing Freeport’s special natural places which are highly valued for recreation, wildlife habitat, clean water, farming, forestry and scenic beauty. Freeport has more than 1,500 acres of open space and nearly 20 miles of public trails.

As you browse Freeport, ME real estate listings, consider the​ ​school system

The SAT scores of Freeport High School are significantly higher than the Maine state average. At Freeport High School, 42% of students take advantage of Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and exams. Freeport is also home to several private schools, including the only French immersion school north of Boston.

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

  • Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park​ is where kids and adults can learn about agriculture, camp, hike, bike and kayak, visit the animals, explore the natural world on its waterfront trails, volunteer, participate in education and community events, and enjoy the Maine coast.

  • Wolfe’s Neck Farm ​is a nonprofit educational farm on 626 oceanfront acres. In addition to being a certified Organic Dairy, it hosts annual barn dances, farm dinners and festivals as well as growing vegetables and pasture-raised poultry and lamb for the local community.

  • Mast Landing Audubon Sanctuary​ features nature trails with scenic views of the Atlantic.

  • Hedgehog Mountain​ is the highest point in Freeport. It’s a 196-acre property with more than five miles of trails for hiking, trail running, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing,

  • L.L.Bean ​has organically grown to become a force in and of itself. With its campus of several retail locations offering 24-hour shopping and an Outdoor Discovery School offering year-round guided outdoor adventures, Bean’s also has a significant philanthropic bent. They offer, among many other things, a free summer concert series featuring nationally-renowned artists.

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