Brunswick, ME Luxury Real Estate

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Luxury Homes and Lifestyle in Brunswick, ME: a pristine coastal town feel with the resources of a city

Just 25 miles north of Portland, Brunswick is a “big” small town.  It is a seaside and riverside hub that is the gateway and threshold to midcoast Maine as it is located directly in the center and is Maine’s largest town home to approximately 20,000 residents.  With the feel of a small all-American town with the accommodations of an advanced city, Brunswick has it all and holds something for its residents, students, businesses, and visitors of all ages and passions.

Welcoming fresh and saltwater

While Brunswick surely offers the resources of an urban community, Brunswick contains an abundance of immaculate coastline.  Encompassed by long irregular boundaries of the 67 miles of shoreline bound to the south by the Casco and Maquoit Bays as well as the 12 mile shoreline boundary bound to the north by the historic Androscoggin River, Brunswick spans a total area of 54 square miles and includes a number of small ocean islands.  With Brunswick’s myriad of water frontage, the areas along the coastline of Middle Bay, Mere Point, and Maquoit Bay offer marina services and boat ramps that allow for superb water activities and water-centric lifestyles in Brunswick’s coves and bays.

A progressively hip business district

Downtown Brunswick is economically prosperous and conveniently accessible to pedestrians as you can walk along the streets lined with charming shops, restaurants, antique stores, and home furnishing stores.  The downtown district maintains its thriving and vibrant much in part by the world-class academic excellence of the exceptionally reputed liberal arts school of Bowdoin College and its 1,700 students nearby that bring a youthful exuberance to the community.  From amenities such as concerts, lectures, and health-club memberships, Bowdoin college surely embraces both Brunswick’s year-round and visiting residents.

Local product, world-class taste

Like many thriving and youthful cities and towns, the robust restaurant scene of Brunswick made up of more than twenty cafes, eateries, and local restaurants of which many concentrate on using in-season and locally grown product which makes the town a food lover’s haven and can satisfy everyone's taste, desire, and budget.  In addition to the restaurants, Brunswick holds a number of year-round farmers markets allowing its residents to enjoy a delicious home cooked meal made with local Maine product.

Where a town continuously inspires art

An array of performing arts are offered at a number of venues in Brunswick including the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Maine State Music Theater, the The Frontier Cafe, and the Theater Project.  In addition, the summer months host an assortment of concerts are performed at the Park Row Gazebo, art walks with open artists’ studios, and a collection of Art and Artisan galleries.

Natural beauty is always just steps away

There is no shortage of natural beauty in Brunswick nor is there any shortage of places to admire it.  Hiking trails and bike paths proliferate the town as many of which are part of Brunswick’s abundance of land trust conservation areas along the ocean, river, and inland.  Wherever you are in Brunswick, expect to witness starry nights, beautiful yet dynamic weather patterns, and native Maine wildlife.

Brunswick, ME Real Estate:

Brunswick is a town rich in tradition and history with an innovative and urban twist.  Homes in Brunswick correspond to the diverse activities in which its residents partake in.  Homes near Bowdoin College and in the town center are comprised of antique, historic, and colonial-style.  Mid-20th century homes lie in neighborhoods just surrounding the town center, and both recent developments and old homes exist just outside of the college and town center but the facilities and amenities offered in town are still very much so accessible to those who live on the outskirts.  Brunswick's 67 miles of coastline allow for an abundance of beautiful properties with water frontage, views, and access.

If you want to live here, do business here, or simply visit, the town of Brunswick welcomes you and Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty can help you start your Maine Real Estate search.  Browse Brunswick, ME homes for sale.

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