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Portland consistently appears at the top of “the best cities in which to live” lists in national publications. The largest city in Maine, Portland is under an hour away from Portsmouth, NH,and two hours from Boston. Portland is renowned for its character-filled Old Port district, with its world-class culinary experiences and boutique shops. Portland’s working deep water harbor is a part of a varied ocean landscape that includes beaches, harbors, parks, and lighthouses. And let's not forget that Portland, Oregon is named after Portland, Maine!

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Accessibility

The major highways I-95 and I-295 traverse Portland to make commuting very convenient. The Portland International Jetport (PWM) is Maine’s largest airport, offering commercial air travel and private flights alike. Portland also has train service via Amtrak’s Downeaster, and two bus stations providing services north and south. Portland also provides access to the Casco Bay islands via ferries, and the harbor is becoming a major stop for cruise ships.


Portland, ME Real Estate

Portland features a variety of housing options, including single family homes, duplexes and condominiums. Whether you’re looking to be located downtown, in a specific neighborhood, overlooking the bay, or around one of the city parks, Portland has a lot to offer.


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

  • The tidal basin in Back Cove is ringed by a walking path and is a popular 4-mile loop for walkers, joggers and mountain bike riders

  • The downtown area features one of the country's most varied and exquisite restaurant scene. This foodie paradise is often compared to San Francisco.

  • The Old Port is a favored destination for shoppers and people looking for fine dining and musical entertainment in the evening.

  • Several breweries are headquartered in Portland and offer both tours of their facilities and tap rooms where locally-brewed beers can be sampled.

  • Sports are well represented in Portland with the Portland Seadogs, an affiliate team of the Boston Red Sox, and the Portland Red Claws, an affiliate of the Boston Celtics. Both teams offer family-friendly venues.

  • Casco Bay cruises provide visitors and locals alike with the ability to see and visit lighthouses and some of the local islands, such as Peaks Island.

  • The Portland Museum of Art features a permanent collection that includes the work of American and European artists, and also offers regular exhibitions.

Portland Neighborhoods

Portland is a city of neighborhoods, each with its own identity and personality. From Back Cove and its tidal basin, to Bayside and its bowling alley, to Deering Center with the Baxter Woods Preserve, to Parkside and the Deering Oaks park, to the West End with its large mansion-like homes, and to the family-friendly Rosemont area, there is a neighborhood in Portland to please everyone.


Portland Schools

The Portland school system is ranked at #8 in the state. There are several high schools in Portland, including Deering High School (81% graduation rate), Casco Bay High School (90% graduation rate), Baxter Academy for Technology and Science, and Portland High School (86% graduation rate). Portland is also home to several private schools such as Cheverus, Maine Girls Academy, and Waynflete.

For even more information on the City of Portland, please click here to read our "City of Portland ME Local Guide"

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