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Real Estate Agent - Anne Plummer and Associates

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2008 

While the Presque Isle Region may be best known for growing potatoes, this northern Maine region has its share of wilderness, woods, and water and provides recreational opportunities to those who crave outdoor activities. In addition to the hiking , fishing, canoeing and kayaking that can be enjo...
06/30/2008
Summer in Maine is all about balancing activities with relaxation - and eating! If you're coming to the Sebago Lakes area this weekend or next you might want to check out several things to do to locally besides just dangling your bare feet in the lake. Here's a short sampling of some of the area ...
06/24/2008
When buying a Maine waterfront property always make your offer contingent on having a satisfactory discussion with the local Code Enforcement Officer. No matter how knowledgeable your buyer's agent may be, he or she has no jurisdiction over the application of state and local rules and ordinances....
06/17/2008
Of all the attributes of a lakefront property, having a sandy beach tops the list. I remember growing up in Harrison and learning to swim at the public beach at Crystal Lake. This was long before the ballpark and picnic area was put it. There was just a winding path through an open field for the ...
06/12/2008
The Lincoln region is anchored by two landmarks - the town of Lincoln, which sits just off the Interstate, and a fantastic, well-known body of water by the name of West Grand Lake. This whole area is located on the east side of central Maine and has many lakes and ponds, but few towns and village...
06/09/2008
I was reading a recent dispatch from the local fisheries biologist about some of the Sebago Lake area fishing going on and was remided what a memory-making activity fishing can be. Young children are so impressionable and giving them a good fishing experience can provide them with wonderful memor...
06/06/2008
With gas now at $4 a gallon for regular the last thing you want to be doing, if you're a buyer of Maine lakefront property, is driving all over hill and dale with a fistfull of listing addresses and your eyes glued to a GPS screen. Your intentions are good - do a bunch of "drive bys", get a feel ...
06/03/2008
One would be hard pressed to find a more remote wilderness area in the lower 48 than this most northwest area of Maine that we call The Allagash. It is also referred to, quite accurately, as The Great North Woods. Largely owned by paper company and timber interests and encompassing no towns, save...
06/01/2008
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