July 22, 2021

A Maine Camp May Not Be What You Imagine

We love lake front properties!



I’m at Hosmer Pond in Camden, Maine to bring a message to our lakefront buyers. When looking at these great lakefront properties behind me, I’m reminded of a story when I first moved to Maine nearly 20 years ago.


My family had been invited up to a friend’s camp on a lake up near Ellsworth, Maine. I had always thought that ‘camp’ meant a children’s overnight summer camp or perhaps a camping site for a tent or camper. My husband and I packed the cooler and our picnic supplies in anticipation of hanging out with friends on the water in Maine... in what we expected to be a camp site.


Driving to the lake we found ourselves traveling down a dirt road that meandered alongside the shore of the lake. And alongside the lake, we discovered fantastic lakefront cottages and cabins situated along the shore and amongst the pine trees. When we pulled up to our destination, we realized that our camp destination was actually a quintessential cottage with a dock, swim platform, and a firepit. I immediately knew that this property was an amazing escape. And more importantly, I learned that Mainers call their lakefront cottages and cabins ‘camps.’ 

“Lakefront homes are often passed down from generation to generation and are highly coveted, so they can be difficult to find.”


If you are thinking of purchasing a waterfront home in Maine and you come across the term ‘camp,’ remember what it actually means. They’re perfect for vacation or secondary homes, with access to canoeing, swimming, water skiing, fishing, paddle boarding, snowmobiling, ice fishing....and many other recreational activities to partake in.


Keep in mind also that these lakefront homes are often passed down from generation to generation and are highly coveted, so they can be difficult to find. If you get a hold of these prized lakefront homes, cherish it - you have something very special.


If you’re in the market for lakefront property or you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d love to help you find your own little slice of Maine. And always remember to love where you dwell.

June 29, 2021

How Your Lifestyle Plays a Role in Your Vacation Home Selection

Here’s how lifestyle plays a role in the right vacation home for a buyer.



We’re often asked about the best way to find the perfect vacation home in Midcoast Maine. It all starts with the type of lifestyle you have or want. If you want a waterfront home, for example, we want to know why you want it. 


Perhaps you want a place to swim and boat, perhaps you want a place where they can just watch the lobster boats, or perhaps a sandy beach to roast marshmallows below the tideline. 


If we can hone in on the lifestyle you want to have, we can hone in on the area you want to be in and find a home that fits those lifestyle needs.


If you have any questions for me about finding a vacation home in Midcoast Maine or anything else related to real estate, don’t hesitate to reach out via phone or email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

March 23, 2021

Spring in Maine brings fishing nets to Maine's coastal Rivers

March 17, 2021

Mud Season in Maine - Yes its the 5th Season


Have you heard about Maine's fifth season?  Don't forget to pack your muck boots when you head out to look at properties in the Spring. 

Posted in Home financing
Sept. 9, 2020

Video: Home for sale at 300 Main Street Searsport Maine

May 4, 2020

Market Update: Knox County Maine April 2020

Posted in Market Summary
April 29, 2020

Virtual Open House: 148 Russell Avenue in Rockport

Take a tour inside of 148 Russell Avenue in Rockport, Maine 


Nov. 5, 2019

Rockport Commercial Lease Space

Coming Soon!

Information regarding a commercial lease space in Rockport Maine. 

1500-3500 square feet

Sept. 24, 2019

Home for sale: 150 Washington Street Camden Maine

We love this home. 150 Washington in Camden Maine



Close to all things Camden

Energy Efficient


Sept. 10, 2019

Home for Sale: 110 South Cobbtown in Lincolnville Maine


Mother nature meets contemporary architecture in this inspiring home. Blended seamlessly into the surrounding woods high above the Ducktrap River and looking out towards Camden Hills. Close to everything yet unable to see another house while you watch the eagles soar over the mountains. Glass vaulted solarium takes full advantage of the sun and is coupled with solar panels for hot water and electric. Ample guest space separated from the main

FMI Visit the property page of our website. 

Listed by: Jack Kelly