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Maine Vacation Homes, Owning A Second House In Vacationland.

Maine vacation homes are low cost, easy to buy and often who needs a property mortgage.

Big Maine Moose On Farm PhotoLess people, a little further up the pike.

Both combine with the natural four seasons for an excellent Maine real estate investment.

A place to run away. For piece of mind.

To escape the crowd and stop the world for a moment.

To catch your breath with clean Maine air.

The Maine properties used for vacations, retirements or to rent out for profit often are on a lake, river, pond, the ocean.

Many times it is a big piece of land in Maine that is the attraction. The goal target to build a camp or cabin on for total privacy. Absolute seclusion. Peace and quiet to happen. Getting away from the city living is therapeutic. Good for the soul, the mind. And the body when you get into the habit of those long morning walks at dawn.

Paddling your way around some Maine waterfront vacation property in a kayak close to sunset.

Ice fishing, out on the same Maine lake two seasons later. And observing the beauty surrounding you out in the woods tramping in Maine. Hiking, biking, skiing it. Stretch that dollar when you know everything you thought about real estate prices, divide by three and four happens. All day long.

Follow our Me In Maine blog posts for more about simple living up here in the right hand corner of the country. In a place that by rights should be in Canada due to its northeast proximity to the place waving the red maple leaf flag and producing all those skilled ice hockey players.

You pick the vacation home application that works best for you...but just knowing you have a place, 2nd property in Maine is it's own reward.

Because of the never fade memory making that happens in Vacationland.

Visit A Maine Lighthouse, Cross The Green Bridge Video

And knowing those traditions get passed down to the next generation to enjoy, enrich their lives too. At hunting, fishing camp or out working the land raising something, hobby farming. You pick the need, you find your place in Maine.

Wide open four season outdoor recreation... one of the big reasons Maine was created. For the space, the friendly people, the wildlife and drop dead gorgeous unspoiled scenery. Pick a season, you don't need a reason to get to Maine. The way life should be.

Learn more, FAQ Maine topics thrashed out. And helpful links on Maine information.

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Comment balloon 6 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • November 08 2013 04:02AM



Love how you have positioned your state as the place to get away from high tech.  There is indeed a deep relaxation that one gets from not being able to get a signal for one's smart phone.  This happened to us when we visited Gayle Rich Boxman, AR member, Fishhawk Lake.  We used her land line a couple of times, and then total peace and quiet.  We did not even plug in to her Internet.  A

Posted by Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy (Napa Consultants) about 7 years ago

Good Morning Andrew, yes sir Maine is on my bucket list for 2014 summer, my partner sister and her husband who is from Maine spend their summers on Lake Sebec Dover-Foxcroft. I have been planning this trip for 19 years and I will most definitely make it 2014. 

I can see your passion and love for the country and state....thanks for sharing.

Posted by ba`B Ratliff, "Sold with Bob" (Robert Ratliff Realty) about 7 years ago

Hi Andrew I really love Maine. I have said this before you when I read your posts I am reminded of this. Have a great weekend and keep up the good work.

Posted by Noah Seidenberg, Chicagoland and Suburbs (800) 858-7917 (Coldwell Banker) about 7 years ago

Andrew, you are making me think that Maine would be an ideal place to have a vacation home/ranchette. 

Posted by Sondra Meyer:, See It. Experience It. Live It. (Star View Real Estate) about 7 years ago

Andrew, nice blog.  The peace & quiet is inviting. And, I like the photo of the male elk--I haven't seen one.  We have 7 deer that often bed down in our back yard.  The male deer, with their racks of different sizes come by every now & then.

Posted by Pat & Steve Pribisko (Keller Williams Greater Cleveland West) about 7 years ago

R and A ... Natural, rural but still giving the idea of high tech fastest internet wired too. So the buyer can telecommute, bring that job with them.

Bob ... Not just a place I work, I am a personal fan of Maine.

Noah ... That's the idea. To keep her, Maine, the drop dead gorgeous place in your heart. To tease you out of the corner of your eye, tap you on the shoulder about consider Maine.

Sondra ... Let's change places for a week. Have a Maine to Colorado connection, it would work for me. Two boys there now!

P and S ... Always think of purchase and sales agreement when I peck out those letter combinations. That big moose in on a 300 acre farm in Maine I own, grew up on.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) about 7 years ago

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