Boothbay Harbor- "The Soul of Mid Coast Maine"
Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor encompass the essence of Maine along the Northern Atlantic as it has for hundreds of years. The town’s extensive history is most evident whilst traveling through the downtown as Early Colonial homes stand where they did in the 18th and 19th centuries. Once an Irish settlement in 1730, the community is now among Maine’s most premier. People come from all over the world to bask in its down-home charm, and relax along the blue waters. Real Estate options in Boothbay can vary, allowing buyers to choose from a vast selection. Whether it's a cedar-sided Cape Cod or oceanside villa, MyMaineRealty.com has an option for everyone.
To better get a feel for Boothbay’s natural side, residents and visitors often explore the Linekin Preserve along the eastern shore. Located at the mouth of the Damariscotta River, it offers over 2 miles of hiking trail and more than 650 feet of pristine shoreline. Indiantown Island is also a great place to enjoy the outdoors, though visitors would require the aid of boat as there is no bridge, or ferry. These beautiful parks only represent a small portion of the many delights that Boothbay and its surrounding region have to offer. Owners of Boothbay real estate are considered to be among a small privileged group within the state.
For Boothbay residents, summer nights are often spent catching a show at the Carousel Theatre or a remarkable performance at the Boothbay Opera House (which is also on the National Registry of Historic Places). For a daytime adventure, the Boothbay Railway Village as well as the Boothbay Region Historical Society Museum provide a place to not only have fun, but also learn about the history of the region.
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