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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