10 Fabulously Expensive Homes in Maine!
Maine might be a small state filled with old farmhouses, log cabins, and capes, but Maine is no stranger to expensive, luxury homes often purchased or built by celebrities. Most of Maine’s most expensive homes are concentrated on Mount Desert Island and the seaside hamlets of Camden and Rockland, but you can find many scattered throughout the state!
The Seal Harbor estate of David and Peggy Rockefeller is currently for sale for $19 million. This 14.5-acre property has nearly a half mile of coastline on Ringing Point with a traditional seaside farmhouse built in 1972. The farmhouse has seven bedrooms, a granite pool, and tons of beautiful gardens. Mr. Rockefeller’s waterside study is the true gem of the property.
Nestled on the Bluffs in Bar Harbor, this 15,000-square foot mansion was built in 1907. The nine-acre lot has oceanfront footage with a Deepwater dock perfect for tying up your yacht. The $15.5 million mansion has 28 rooms, including eight bedrooms, 10.5 baths, and a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and all the best appliances.
Shore Road in Cape Elizabeth is well known for its lavish multi-million dollar homes and this home is no different. For a cool $11 million, you could own this 15,000-square-foot shingle style cottage that was built in 2001. Perched 30 feet above the rocky shores of Casco Bay, this beautiful home has 600 feet of waterfrontage, a private beach, eight bedrooms, and swimming pool.
4. Ogunquit, ME
Built in 2014, this $10.6 million home for sale in Ogunquit is perfect for a weekend getaway or vacation rental. Situated on 1.29 acres overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this 10,846-square-foot home features eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a gourmet designer kitchen with marble countertops. The kids will love the home theater and large salt water swimming pool. The house is heated by geothermal healing and cooling technology making it green friendly.
Who doesn’t want to own their own private island off the coast of Maine? Hope Island is an 86-acre island offering over 11,000 feet of waterfrontage. The year-round, $7.95 million main house has three bedrooms and six bathrooms. Don’t worry if that’s not enough bedrooms as there are numerous guest and staff housing, a boathouse with a deep-water pier, and even a tavern and church. For the horse lovers, there is a stable and plenty of pastures for your furry friends.
For the first time in four decades, the 1812 Captain Lord Mansion is for sale for $7.9 million. As one of the most popular Bed & Breakfast Inns in New England, you have a successful business built in with this purchase. The property has four buildings, including 16 bedrooms in the Mansion, a garden house with four bedrooms, and a barn and garage.
7. Camden, ME
Built in 2012, this stunning Arts and Craft-style home in Camden is on the market for $7.9 million. This beautifully-landscaped home has three bedrooms, six bathrooms, and incredible gardens on 21.1 acres. Perched above Penobscot Bay and abutting Camden Hills State Park, this 6,000-square-foot home is perfectly located for outdoor lovers. Enjoy the outdoor pool during the summer months or cross country skiing on the nearby trails.
8. Brooklin, ME
Boldwater is a bold name for this incredible Colonial on Blue Hill Bay with views of nearby Acadia National Park. Situated on 38 acres with 1,400 feet of shoreline, this three-level home features 10 fireplaces, hand painted murals, eat-in kitchen with granite counters, and even an attached solarium. There is a guest cottage, oceanfront swimming pool, apple orchard, and dock for fishing and boating. You can get all that and more for $7.8 million.
9. Rockport, ME
Built in 1903, this historic $7.5 million property is beautifully restored and reconstructed shingle cottage overlooking Penobscot Bay in Rockport. The 5,000-square-foot main house features four fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, four bedrooms, and five bathrooms. The decks offer incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean and the rocky beach below.
10. Biddeford, ME
Biddeford Pool is one of the most beautiful areas in Southern Maine. Rebuilt in 2014, the James Montgomery Flagg Home is a stunning 4,500-square-foot home near the Abenakee Club golf course. The home has 210 feet of private rocky beach, five bedroom suites, and the original Flagg murals that were in the original house have been painstakingly restored and hung. This rare home will only set you back about $7.2 million.