2021 closed out with median home sale prices approaching $300,000. Move-in ready homes in this price range weren’t listed in the state’s major cities this week, but as always, there are plenty of beautiful places to live in Maine.


245 WATER ST., EASTPORT, $304,995
1 Bed, 2 Bath, 1,728 SF

Known to regular weekly renters as “The Dog House” because of its canine-focused art, this turnkey cottage in the eastern most city in the United States has perfect views of Passamaquoddy Bay. Watch whales and sunrises from the living room, first-floor deck or the private bedroom deck on the upper level. Furnishings, linens, kitchenware and most of the figurative doggies will be included in sale. See the full listing.


100 MAIN ST., THOMASTON, $300,000
3 Bed, 2.5 Bath, 1,329 SF

This homestead on a half-acre lot had its foundation placed in 1838. While it could use a cosmetic refresh, there are great details to work with: wraparound farmer’s porch, first floor primary suite, double living rooms, three fireplaces, plus finished space above the two-car garage. The central location has sidewalks that lead to the village green, library, shops and gorgeous views of the St. George River and Muscongus Bay. See the full listing.


33 SHAW HILL RD., NAPLES, $300,000
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1,484 SF

Have a lake house within an hour of downtown Portland. Set between Sebago Cove and Tickey Pond, this home has access to a boat launch and beach on Sebago with an annual association fee of $175. Single-floor layout with vaulted ceilings is fully accessible with a ramp to the front door and a modified bathroom. The sandy beach is about 1,000 feet away from the front door. See the full listing.

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