Greater Portland Area
In Greater Portland, you will not only find endless beaches, fine art, and delicious dining, but also strong commerce and accessible transportation. Please take time to learn about the area here, at Flynnisin.com. Simply click on the city and town links to see the area that is right for you.
From the rocky shoreline of Willard Beach, to the bustling commerce of The Maine Mall, South Portland ME is a place of limitless possibilities. South Portland Maine is unique in its ability to accommodate nearly every lifestyle, from second homeowners to working families. South Portland is home to authentic waterfront relics such as Fort Preble, Spring Point Ledge Light, the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse as well as panoramic views of the Portland skyline and the Casco Bay islands.
South Portland Maine Practical Charm
As the fourth largest city in Maine, South Portland Maine not only has scenic charm, but a plethora of practical resources. For those who commute to work or simply enjoy travel, South Portland Maine has numerous modes of transportation including the Portland International Jet Port, The Northeaster Amtrak Train, city buses as well as various forms of marine transport. Those looking for eco friendly travel can walk, run, or bike the Greenbelt Walkway.The Greenbelt walkway trail system stretches for many miles through Mill Creek Park and various other city spots.
Due to South Portland's close proximity to air, marine and highway transportation options, the city has become the epicenter for retail and industry in the region. South Portland Maine is home to the Maine Mall, the largest retail mall in Maine. Due to its accessibility and ample retail offerings, The Maine Mall attracts shoppers from all over the state.
South Portland Maine Industry and Education
Although South Portland Maine is known as a leader in industry and resources in southern Maine, it is also home to more than 6,000 Maine families and many retirees. Situated throughout the city, are welcoming neighborhoods and quaint seaside homes.Many of these boroughs have their own small town commerce such as Meeting House Hill, Willard Square and Knightville’s Mill Creek Plaza.
With ample sidewalks, many destinations can be accomplished on foot. A home on Meeting House Hill means leisurely afternoon strolls to the iconic Red’s Dairy Freeze as well as some antiquing at Cherished Possessions. A home near Willard Square could mean a sunrise walk to Willard Beach and fresh bagels for breakfast Scratch Bakery or donuts at the Cookie Jar. The city has one public high school known simply as South Portland High School.
South Portland also maintains two public middle schools, Memorial Middle School and Mahoney Middle School as well as four neighborhood elementary schools including Brown Elementary, Dyer Elementary, Skilling Elementary and Kaler Elementary. South Portland embraces higher education with Southern Maine Technical College located on the rocky shoreline of Pebble Cove. The South Portland community has something for everyone.
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Portland ME is known as the commerce capitol of Maine with business and industry of all shapes and sizes. Portland Maine matches big business with beauty, as seascapes and cityscapes provide an irreplaceable charm and unforgettable setting.
Situated on the rocky coast of Casco Bay, Portland Maine is home to many waterfront estates, wharf businesses and attractions. Portland Maine has a variety of housing options from quiet neighborhood homes to oceanfront properties and downtown condominiums.
Portland Maine Offers Easy Access
As Maine’s largest city, Portland offers access to travel via air, land and sea. The Casco Bay Lines Ferry service is just one of many ways to get back and forth from Casco Bay’s numerous and distinct islands. Portland’s downtown, referred to as the “Old Port,” is a unique dichotomy of style with the historic cobblestone and architecture, blending seamlessly with progressive business and urban life. This spirited city was ranked as one of the “Most Livable Cities in the USA” by Forbes.com. Portland Maine is also a green city, going to great lengths to encourage its people and businesses to protect its marine and urban environments.
For those looking for America’s favorite past time, Portland has that too. Home to the Portland Sea Dogs, Portland’s Hadlock Field is a summertime tradition. After the game, there are over 200 restaurants and pubs to choose from for a bite to eat. These restaurants range from fine gourmet dining in the city, to down-home diners on the Portland waterfront.
Portland Maine Art and Education
Portland Maine takes beauty seriously with its Arts District and numerous artistic events going on year round. The Portland Museum of Art is the epicenter for art and culture in the region. Portland provides educational opportunities for both private and public K-12 education as well undergraduates, graduate and continuing studies students. Deering High School is Portland’s public high school and Catherine McCauley and Cheverus are among the private education options.
The public middle school options include the King, Lincoln, and Lyman Moore Middle Schools. Portland has nearly a dozen elementary schools to choose from including the Cliff Island School, the Longfellow School and the Hall Elementary School. Portland Maine is also home to two major Universities: The Maine College of Art as well as The University of Southern Maine.
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The quiet beauty of seaside Cape Elizabeth Maine has always attracted those looking to escape the hustle of the city. Home to two historic lighthouses and three state parks, Cape Elizabeth Maine is a hub for nature and relaxation in the Greater Portland Maine area.
Cape Elizabeth ME is a delightful balance of grand oceanfront property and rural charm. This thriving community is not only a popular destination in the summer months, but also home to many business people working in the Greater Portland Maine's bigger cities.
Cape Elizabeth residents enjoy the best of both worlds: a slow-paced life, surrounded by natural beauty as well as all the conveniences of city life just ten minutes away. The town center of Cape Elizabeth is compact with Cape Elizabeth High School, Middle School and Pond Cove Elementary as well as a small shopping center allowing for residents and visitors to walk their destinations. Cape Elizabeth High School is consistently ranked in US News and World Report's list of "America's Best High Schools" and Newsweek Magazine's annual list of "America's Top High Schools." Among all of its quality establishments and abundant resources, Cape Elizabeth Maine might be best known for its nautical attractions.
Cape Elizabeth Maine is Home of Portland Head Light
Cape Elizabeth is the home of the Portland Head Light. Situated along the spectacular shores of Fort Williams Park, the popular landmark is owned and managed by the Town of Cape Elizabeth. The park maintains acres of fields used for both leisure and sport. The award wining Museum at Portland Head Light was once the lighthouse Keepers' Quarters and contains number of lighthouse lenses and interpretative historical displays. Fort Williams is a great spot for family exploration or a scenic family picnic. Fort William is also home the Beach to Beacon 10k road race every year.
Two Lights State Park of Cape Elizabeth
Two Lights State Park is a popular point of destination for Maine residents and the many visitors who enjoy the state's legendary rocky coast. With over 41 acres of rocky coastland, the park has cascading views of Casco Bay and the open Atlantic. The park opened in 1961, and the name aptly describes the twin lighthouses located nearby at the end of Two Lights Road. In 1828, both east and west lighthouses were in operation, but now only the eastern light is used.
Crescent Beach State Park: Cape Elizabeth Most Beloved Feature
With its signature mile long crescent shaped shoreline, Crescent beach is one of Cape Elizabeth’s most beloved features. The park officially opened in 1966 and has been a popular destination for visitors and locals ever since. The sandy oceanfront beaches, saltwater coves, rock ledges for climbing, wooded picnic areas, and campgrounds offer seashore recreation for everyone. In the summer, beach goers and families can enjoy playing in the surf and bathing in the sun.
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With a rich farming history, Cumberland Maine 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.
Although there are few working farms at the present, Cumberland still celebrates its heritage every year with the Cumberland County Fair, Maine’s largest agricultural fair. Because of the Cumberland County Fair many people think of Cumberland as a September destination, however 2,050 families call it home year round.
Cumberland Maine Has Historic and Modern Appeal
Cumberland Maine is home to both coastal land and vast plots of rural beauty.There are varieties of homes, both historic and modern, as well as investment opportunities in this quiet town.The scenic pastures of Cumberland make it seem like a far away land, yet there are many who commute from Cumberland to the Portland area via the near by Maine Turnpike.
Cumberland not only captivates its homeowners with rural charm, but offers oceanfront properties as well.The Cumberland Foreside neighborhood is home to many exclusive seaside homes and estates. Students can attend Cumberland Mable I. Wilson Elementary, North Yarmouth Elementary as well as Greely Middle School and Greely High School, for local public school options.These schools are located in the heart of the Falmouth and North Yarmouth communities.
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Falmouth Maine 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. Falmouth Maine offers a quiet way of life with urban resources right in town and Portland Maine only minutes away.
Falmouth Maine Offers Diverse Land and Easy Access
Falmouth Maine is in close proximity to the Maine Turnpike as well as other major forms of transportation making traveling and commuting a breeze. Falmouth’s land is diverse with miles of both, rural land and rocky coast.
For those looking for the elegance of a waterfront community they will find their desires within the Falmouth Foreside community. Alternately, Falmouth Maine also has miles of neighborhoods and homesteads further inland. Students can attend Falmouth Elementary, Middle and High School, located in the heart of the town.
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With its large land mass, Scarborough Maine is home to ocean, marsh and farm fields as well as urban and suburban life. Scarborough ME 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.
Scarborough is an easy commute for those working in Portland Maine and is minutes away from the Maine Mall. Scarborough is a great place for families with its notable public elementary, middle and High School.
Various forms of accessible transportation are minutes away including the Maine Turnpike and Amtrak Railway.Scarborough is also home to a variety of dinning options, such as the authentic Maine seafood cuisine of Ken’s Place Seafood Restaurant and the Clambake Restaurant.In addition to Scarborough’s urban and suburban resources, it is also highly sought after because of its many beaches and natural landmarks.
Higgins Beach, Scarborough Maine Beach and Ferry Beach
Known widely for their rigorous and at times intimidating waves, both Higgins Beach and Scarborough Beach are major aquatic attributes to this community.The shoreline, that extends through these two highly sought after beaches, is saturated with exclusive oceanfront properties as well as charming seaside cottages. Alternatively, Ferry Beach offers a calm and secluded atmosphere surrounded by graceful sand dunes. Each beach has its own personality, however they all offer safe and convenient fun in the sun for all ages.
Scarborough Maine Marsh
The Great Salt Marsh is one of Scarborough’s biggest natural attractions. This is Maine's largest tidal marsh tucked within the boundaries of Scarborough. The Scarborough Maine Marsh encompasses approximately 3,100 acres and is a natural habitat of many species of marine life. During the summer months, the Maine Audubon Society runs their Nature Center near by on the Pine Point Road.
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Known primarily as a suburb to the city of Portland Maine, Westbrook is a city of industry as well as community.Home to IDEXX Laboratories’ and the Westbrook Paper Mill, Westbrook is rich with industry and job opportunities. Westbrook merges urban conveniences, community and historic charm.
Westbrook Maine Medical Care
Westbrook is now equipped for medical care of various degrees as Mercy Hospital of Portland Maine operates Mercy Westbrook. Mercy Westbrook is a small community hospital complete with a minor emergency room and inpatient treatment facilities. Spring Harbor Hospital, southern Maine's only private psychiatric treatment and recovery center, is also located within the city.
Westbrook Offers Easy Commute to Portland Maine
An easy commute to Portland Maine, and in close proximity to the Maine Turnpike, Westbrook is a convenient location for families and all others interested in the opportunities Greater Portland has to offer. Similar to neighboring Portland Maine and South Portland Maine, Westbrook contains several distinct and diverse neighborhoods. Westbrook has a public elementary, Middle and High School and is also home to Westbrook College.Westbrook College offers continuing education to all those seeking a higher degree.
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