Cumberland Maine Real Estate for Sale
Cumberland Maine is home to some great deals in Real Estate and some excellent homes for sale. Our Maine Home Search will help you to search for the best deals on the market for Cumberland Maine Real Estate.
We also offer our Maine Custom Realty Map Search Feature. You can browse through our homes for sale in Cumberland by location by clicking on the pins on the map below. Use the blue “Modify Search” button to change your search parameters and narrow in on the perfect property.
Cumberland Neighborhood Information
The Cumberland Fair, one of the state’s larger agricultural fairs, has been held yearly in Cumberland at the end of September since 1868. The Portland suburb has a rich farming history, and a number of working farms remain, such as Sweetser’s Apple Barrel & Orchards, Spring Brook Farms, and Double T Orchards.
Prince Memorial Library services residents in Cumberland and in North Yarmouth, a neighboring town. In addition to traditional book loans they facilitate intra-library requests, passports, and book groups. Once a month they present Music and Muffins, local musicians share music over coffee, juice, and muffins.
Sweetser Apple Barrel and Orchard has been in existence since 1812. The Sweetser family has grown a wide variety of popular and heirloom apple varieties. Today three generations run the orchard business, which includes cider, pumpkins, vegetables, blueberries, and strawberries.
Cumberland Fair Grounds hosts the agricultural fair the third week in September, the Ultimate Yard Sale in June and again in October, United Maine Craftsmen show in August, plus lots of smaller displays such as Frisbee Finals in July, a June rabbit show, Chickadee Classic Dog Show also in June, and a sheep clinic in May. Our map search utilities are helpful if you’re looking for a piece of real estate in a specific area. You can locate the fair grounds on the map and explore homes on the MLS in the area.
In 1962 Val Halla was created because six Cumberland golfers decided they no longer wanted to schlep to Riverside Golf Course in Portland and find no tee times were left. They bought the land, which was to be a nursing home called Val Halla. Today it is an 18 hole, semi-private course designed by Philip A. Wogan, ASGCA
Twin Brooks Recreation Facility, is a four season, 250 acre park which includes 22 acres of mixed athletic fields, restroom facilities, and more than four miles of wooded walking trails. Winter trails are groomed for cross country skiing. Local and regional events like state cross country running meets, are held at the facility.