Wells ME Housing Overview
The Rachel Carson National Wildlife Sanctuary spans from Cape Elizabeth to Kittery with a large portion going through Wells. The sanctuary is part of a national initiative to provide untouched lands for migrating birds. Over 5,200 acres of land harbor hundreds of species of fowl as they make their way to destinations like Canada and Mexico. Even though the sanctuary’s main concern is birds, it also provides a refuge for fox, tortoises, rabbits, and many more fascinating Maine animals. Many homes for sale in Wells are just moment from the sanctuary, perfect for avid and aspiring bird watchers.
You can find some of the best beaches in the state along Wells’ coast. The white sands and rolling dunes attract travelers and Mainers alike looking to relax along the changing tides. Those searching for Wells real estate along the ocean’s edge will be enchanted by the sweeping views as fishing boats pull in their daily catches.
Wells, ME Real Estate Overview
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