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Kennebunk, Maine Seaside Cottage Or Gambrel, You Choose

By Amy Puchaty | August 25, 2020 | Comments Off on Kennebunk, Maine Seaside Cottage Or Gambrel, You Choose

Take a break with us and escape to Kennebunk, Maine. This sleepy seaside destination has long been a retreat for those seeking oceanfront charm. And today, we found two of its gems! Whether you are dreaming of a seaside cottage or a secluded Gambrel, this is a Splurge vs. Steal you can’t afford to miss. […]

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A Beauty And Bargain In Bar Harbor, Maine

By Amy Puchaty | July 11, 2019 | Comments Off on A Beauty And Bargain In Bar Harbor, Maine

According to USA Today, Bar Harbor, Maine, is one of the best places to buy a second home in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. In fact, it ranks No. 5 on their list, which encourages buyers to “Come for the beautiful town, stay for a hike in breathtaking Acadia National Park, which draws a steady flow […]

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Splurge vs. Steal: Kennebunkport, Maine

By Amy Puchaty | September 11, 2018 | Comments Off on Splurge vs. Steal: Kennebunkport, Maine

Whale-watching, world-class cuisine, and quaint New England charm? It’s no wonder Kennebunkport draws all types to indulge in its idyllic, coastal way of life. Located in Southern Maine, Kennebunkport is revered for its strong sense of community, waterfront recreation, and picturesque beauty, making it the perfect place to vacation or retire. Just ask the Bushes, […]

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Historical Shelter in the Prettiest Village in Maine Up for Grabs

By Bethany Erickson | February 3, 2018 | Comments Off on Historical Shelter in the Prettiest Village in Maine Up for Grabs

Wiscasset, Maine, has been dubbed the “prettiest village in Maine,” and for a little more than $200,000, someone will get to live in a cozy, historic Cape Cod nestled within walking distance of downtown. The seaport town was originally a Native American settlement, with European immigrants setting up shop around 1663. When Maine became a […]

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Vacation in Maine, Own the Home That Helped Inspire ‘Pet Sematary’

By Bethany Erickson | August 18, 2017 | 1 Comment

Stephen King slept here. In fact, he lived here, in this four-bedroom, three-bath house built in Orrington, Maine, in 1906, when he was inspired to write “Pet Sematary.” And it can be your second home for a mere $255,000.

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Vacation Home Week Recap: From Maine to Santa Fe and Points In Between, The Second Home Market is Second to None!

By Joanna England | August 25, 2014 | Comments Off on Vacation Home Week Recap: From Maine to Santa Fe and Points In Between, The Second Home Market is Second to None!

Our Vacation Home Week celebration on CandysDirt.com was such an amazing success. We got to feature incredible second homes and developments in some of our favorite locations. Luxury amenities and gorgeous design, each one of these homes has just what you want for a getaway and then some! And boy, let me tell you about […]

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