Sebago/Long Lake properties and renting Maine waterfront cottages
and homes is our specialty here in ‘Vacationland’. We
offer many Maine waterfront homes and cottages for sale throughout
the Sebago Lake/Long Lake region of southern Maine. We also offer
many year round residential and land properties for sale. Additionally,
we operate a busy rental office offering Maine vacation rentals throughout
Lake and Long Lake region of southern Maine with many waterfront vacation
cottages and vacation homes having direct beachfront or access to
Sebago Lake and many other lakes and ponds in the southern Maine region
surrounding Sebago Lake. Helping you find the perfect Maine property
to purchase or to vacation is made easier using our website. Boating,
fishing, sailing, golfing, antiquing, hiking, biking and ‘beaching’
is what vacationing or living in Maine is all about. Waterfront sales
in the Sebago/Long Lake market are usually strong throughout the year.
After purchasing a waterfront cottage or a cottage with lake access,
many of our waterfront or waterfront access properties become investment
rental properties for owners. That’s where we can also help.
We rent privately owned, well equipped vacation cottages and vacation
homes geared to your vacation needs and wants and offer a diverse
selection of camps, cottages and homes for rent. Usually, weekly vacation
rentals and seasonal rentals are available. Whether you are looking
to buy or rent a little cabin on a quiet pond or for a classic lakeside
estate for a whole group, we can help you find that special place
to spend your time in Maine. We’ve been handling sales and rentals
in the Sebago Lake and Long Lake region for more than 55 years.
you are looking for that special southern Maine property to live,
play or vacation, the Sebago Lake/Long Lake region of southern Maine
affords recreational opportunities unmatched on the eastern seaboard.
Nestled only a short drive to our beautiful beaches and rocky shores
of the Atlantic Ocean to the rivers and waterfalls of the White Mountains,
the Sebago Lake/Long Lake area offers boating, fishing, sailing, golfing,
skiing, snowmobiling, biking and hiking adventures in Maine are everywhere
you look. Then enjoy the many quaint villages and shop for antiques
or dine on lobster in a quiet cafe, or enjoy a little Maine humor
at one of the local theatres. The motto of Maine is "The way
life should be". Once you visit the Sebago/Long Lake region you'll
appreciate our motto, too.
Lake lies in the heart of the Lakes Region. Native Americans were
the first to be drawn to the shores and mountains surrounding this
huge expanse of crystal clear water. They gave the lake its name,
which means “Big Stretch of Water”, and they weren’t
kidding! Measuring nearly 12 miles in length and 8 miles wide and
covering 47 square miles, Sebago is the second largest lake in Maine
and the third largest in New England. Sebago Lake is connected to
11 mile long Long Lake by “the Locks” on Brandy Pond,
which is one of the oldest hand operated locks in the country. While
summer camps, cottages and year round homes dot the many miles of
shoreline, the Sebago/Long Lake region still retains the tranquil
qualities that have touched so many for so long.
you decide to move here or just visit, the Sebago Lake/Long Lake region
is truly a four season recreational area. Spring brings the return
of the hummingbirds and loons, and fishermen return in search of the
famous “landlocked” Salmon. With summer come vacationers
and the many cottage owners to enjoy swimming, boating, fishing and
summertime activities. The fall is a beautiful time and is a sportsman’s
paradise with acres of woodland to roam. The autumn colors are spectacular,
and country fairs abound. Winter activities include ice fishing, skating,
downhill and cross-country skiing and snowmobile riding on the miles
of maintained trails.
surrounding Sebago Lake and Long Lake – Casco, Naples, Sebago,
Standish, Raymond, Windham, Harrison, and Bridgton, are all considered
commuter communities of the Greater Portland and Lewiston/Auburn areas.
The Portland Jetport is thirty minutes to an hour’s drive from
any town surrounding Sebago or Long Lake, as is Portland – the
Hub City of Southern Maine.
is located on picturesque Casco Bay. Portland is really quite small,
however it is the largest city in the state, with a population of
approximately 65,000, although the greater Portland area population
is approximately 230,000. It’s diverse population brings a The
downtown area is currently going through a wonderful rejuvenation
with L.L. Bean’s factory store at its center. The quaint Old
Port borders the working waterfront area. The old brick buildings
are filled with interesting shops and restaurants to fit anyone’s
taste and pocketbook. Culturally the city has many theater companies,
a wonderful museum as well as a terrific children’s museum.
The newly renovated City Hall Auditorium hosts many events throughout
the year and is the home to the Portland Symphony Orchestra. The Cumberland
County Civic Center is the home of the Portland Pirates Hockey Team
and is the setting for concerts, ice shows and other special events.
For baseball fans, you’ll have to catch a Maine Seadogs game
at Hadlock Field – old time fun for the whole family –
it’s affordable too, with tickets under $10.00 plus food and
drink that won’t “break the bank”.
you plan on relocating, purchasing land or a vacation property, or
if you are just visiting for a week or two, you’ll find it hard
to resist the Lakes Region of Southern Maine. It’s nearly impossible
not to slow down, relax a little and take notice of nature’s
wonders that surround you. If you’re like a lot of people, you’ll
find that this is a great place to spend a vacation, and an even better
place to live!
happen down Route 114 North, on the West Side of Sebago Lake, stop
by and pick up a rental brochure or talk to one of our Realtors for
information about investing in Real Estate. We can help you find what
you're looking for in the Sebago Lake area. We’re located approximately
8 miles from the southern end of the lake and just after the Sebago
for selecting our site.
and Elaine Titcomb