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From the rocky shoreline of Willard Beach, to the bustling commerce of The Maine Mall, South Portland is a place of limitless possibilities. South Portland is unique in its ability to accommodate nearly every lifestyle, from second homeowners to working families.
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Portland is known as the commerce capitol of Maine with business and industry of all shapes and sizes. Portland matches big business with beauty, as seascapes and cityscapes provide an irreplaceable charm and unforgettable setting.
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The quiet beauty of seaside Cape Elizabeth has always attracted those looking to escape the hustle of the city. Home to two historic lighthouses and three state parks, Cape Elizabeth is a hub for nature and relaxation in the Greater Portland area.
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With a rich farming history, Cumberland is now home to small businesses and sprawling homesteads. Today Cumberland has only a small number of working farms that remain in operation, such as Sweetser's Apple Barrel & Orchards, Spring Brook Farms, and Double T Orchards.
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This northern suburb of Portland borders Casco Bay and offers one of the largest anchorages in Maine. The town is home to three private golf clubs and the Portland Yacht Club. Falmouth has many community attractions including, the local harbor and town landing, indoor and outdoor ice-skating facilities, cinemas, shopping, many parks and recreational facilities, and a medical center.
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With its large land mass, Scarborough is home to ocean, marsh and farm fields as well as urban and suburban life. Scarborough is one of the fastest growing communities in the state of Maine, home to families and businesses as well as a destination for outdoors enthusiasts.
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