Where to live in Maine
"busy street, near hospital, sirens. "- Cotycoyote
Handy in town location, Busy street, Near Mall, low crime, fast food but no good eateries. Near by park
"Down east charm, beautiful shorelines, and friendly people"- MikeP2
Brunswick is a small college town (Bowdoin College) with tree a lined residential core spreading out to rolling hills and farmland and nestled along the Atlantic Coast.
"Irresponsible association does not maintain this road"- LucyL
Not maintained in the winter. It's dangerous, and not in the spirit of decency to allow this road to deteriorate impassibly while showing on GPS's and maps as a usable road. Lake Arrowhead association...
"Look somewhere else"- Mattfor
Terrible place to live. No work, no services, nothing to do. High taxes for little services. Truck traffic is non stop. Every street is a thorough fare for any logging truck. Noisy and they destroy th...
"Sewall Park"- DavidS4
Fairly small, but rustic and undeveloped. Frontage on completely undeveloped Perch Pond (formerly Mud Pond).
"Busy Street, one-way uphill, downhill"- trichotomous
Hill St is filled with Apartment buildings, it runs from Commercial St to Forest St. entirely one-way with the exception of a tiny section between Commercial and York Streets. It can be very noisy esp...
"Small Town, cozy quiet"- trichotomous
Waldoboro is generally quiet, low crime, beautiful in the summer. Access to the Medomak River. 2 24 hour convience stores on Route 1. Several places to eat. Beautiful place to live.
"A very very friendly neighborhood. Very close to all amenit..."- tjgorilla
We have a very friendly neighborhood with lots of amenities around. Quiet and clean. We try to have a street wide yard sale every year.