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Explore these Charming Historic Maine Homes for Sale

There’s something about historic homes in Maine that conjure nostalgia and cozy scenes around a fireplace on a crisp fall day. We’ve selected some of our favorites homes on the market with antique charm, featuring original wood beams, multiple ornate fireplaces and stoves, and impeccable craftsmanship and detail. Our list includes a 19th-century lakeside lodge, a classic Colonial in Kennebunkport, an expansive 18th-century Federal-style mansion in Topsham, a charming beach cottage in Kennebunk, an elegant Victorian in Boothbay, and a rustic seaside saltwater farm in Owls Head. Learn more about these special historic properties at a wide range of price points below.

686 Whites Bridge Road, Standish, Maine 

Originally built in 1830
Offered at $3,900,000
Represented by Tammy Ruda

This one-of-a-kind, historic 2,852 sq ft lake house on six acres with accompanying guest log cabins boasts views of Mount Washington and 573 feet of deepwater frontage on Sebago Lake. The unique antique property offers several buildings with generations of history, including an ice house/garage, boat building/guest living quarters, barn, parents cottage, planing mill, log cabins, two-bay wagon shed, four-bay garage, pump house, and waterfront changing room. This Sebago Lake property is a rare gem that captures the true essence of Maine. Learn more about this historic Maine home here.


10 Chestnut Street, Kennebunkport, Maine 

Originally built in 1806
Offered at $1,999,999
Represented by Randal Simon & Rosane Hirschy

Known as the John Bourne house, this historic property built in 1806 has been renovated over the years to create the perfect blend of antique charm and appeal. Just a two-block stroll to Dock Square in Kennebunkport, the home has a free-standing guest house, plus six fireplaces, new flooring, air conditioning, high-quality kitchen appliances, and other modern upgrades. Learn more about this historic Maine home here.


2 Melcher Place, Topsham, Maine 

Originally built in 1795
Offered at $950,000
Represented by Heather Shields

Known as the Walker-Wilson home, this unique Maine property in Topsham encompasses 1.3 acres, featuring a main house, a breakaway 2-bedroom apartment, separate office space, a barn, stone walls, mature trees and thoughtfully planted gardens. Period details help define the Federal-style main house, with eight ornate fireplaces, servant stairways, dual access bathrooms, and every room featuring different decorative moldings. Learn more about this historic Maine home here.


138 Port Road, Kennebunk, Maine 

Originally built in 1800
Offered at $700,000
Represented by Jan Kovarik

This charming beach cottage in Kennebunk, a stone’s throw to Dock Square and a mile to Gooch’s Beach, has been restored and decorated with an eye for design. The 3-bedroom, 2-bath home was originally built in 1800, with original beams in the living room ceiling and a beautiful fireplace. If we had to choose, the kitchen and outdoor shower are our favorite spaces. Even better, this home has an excellent rental history and is being sold furnished. Learn more about this historic Maine home here.


47 Corey Lane, Boothbay, Maine 

Originally built in 1888
Offered at $599,000
Represented by Dennis Gleason

This elegant Victorian home in Boothbay seamlessly blends period details with modern conveniences, with a private backyard oasis offering an in-ground pool and patio. The grand entryway and living room include an Adam-style mantel and beveled glass door, and an ornate stairway to the second floor. Learn more about this historic Maine home here.


363 S Shore Drive, Owls Head, Maine 

Originally built in 1890
Offered at $595,000
Represented by Aaron Crossman

We love the rustic charm of this seaside 3.5-acre property known as Tidal Cove Farm, nestled along Ash Point Creek in Owls Head with a quaint dock for embarking on sea kayaking adventures. The gorgeous 7,000 square-foot red barn is the stand-out feature, but we also love the farmhouse’s post and beam style, the antique stove in the kitchen, and the outdoor sauna. Learn more about this historic Maine home here.