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SouthWestern Maine Region

SouthWestern Maine Region

 

Lakefront Property for Sale in Southern Maine

About SouthWestern Maine

Encompassing York County, Cumberland  County, Oxford County and Androscoggin County, this part of Maine includes the Greater Sebago Lakes Region and Maine’s largest city, Portland.

A major advantage for finding a lakefront home for sale in Southern Maine is the proximity to the Boston metropolitan area. Many of the lakes and ponds in this region are less than 2 hours from downtown Boston, making it a premier destination to get away from the hustle and bustle to a wide range of recreational activities like golfing, skiing, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing and hiking.

Sebago Lake, with a surface area of 30,513 acres, is the second largest lake in Maine. The Greater Sebago Lakes Region contains nearly 50 lakes and ponds, with a wide variety of lakefront properties for sale, including seasonal cottages and year-round lakefront homes.

Among the popular smaller lakes nearby are Panther Pond, Little Sebago, Long Lake, Thompson Lake, Coffee Pond, Brandy Pond, Moose Pond, Pleasant Lake and Crescent Lake.

Further north, Mooselookmeguntic Lake is the fourth largest Maine lake, with a 16,300 acre surface area. There are numerous islands on the lake, but two in particular stand out: Toothacre Island and Student’s Island, which have many rustic summer camps. Fishing and camping are the most popular activities on this lake, and there are facilities nearby to support these pastimes.

Portland, which is in easy driving distance from many of the lakes in this region, has transformed itself from a rough-and-tumble seacoast town to one of the best U.S. cities to live in. From the Old Port working waterfront to a lively arts district to the creative foodie scene which can hold its own against restaurants anywhere.

Another advantage to finding a lakefront home in Southern Maine is the accessibility to some of the world’s prettiest beaches. Maine’s first 30 miles of coast from the New Hampshire border is like the Riviera of New England, with long stretches of soft white sand beaches.

Let us help you find the perfect lakefront home in Southern Maine by using our Customized Property Search feature below.

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Maine’s Lakes & Ponds List

This list of lakes and ponds, by county, includes only those that are 100 acres or more in size.

Androscoggin County

Androscoggin County

Name Size/Acres Max Depth/ft. Maine Atlas
Map #
Allen Pond 183 44 12
Androscoggin Lake 3826 38 12
Auburn Lake 2260 118 11
Bear + Little Bear Ponds 422 28 11
Brettuns Pond 154 42 11
Little Wilson Pond 111 56 11
Long Pond 203 18 11
Lower Range Pond 290 41 5
Middle Range Pond 366 66 5
Moose Hill Pond 99 42 12
No Name Pond 143 32 12
Pleasant Pond 177 68 11
Round Pond 166 32 11
Sabattus Pond 1787 19 12
Taylor Pond 625 44 11
Tripp Pond 768 36 5
Upper Range Pond 391 38 5

 

Cumberland County

Cumberland County

Name Size/Acres Max Depth/ft. Maine Atlas
Map #
Bonny Eagle Lake 211 22 4
Brandy Pond 762 44 4,5
Coffee Pond 137 70 5
Crescent Lake 716 54 5
Crystal Lake 461 65 10
Crystal Lake 189 59 5
Dundee Pond 173 42 5
Forest Lake 198 38 5
Great Pond 131 5 3
Hancock Pond 858 59 4
Highland Lake 1401 40 4,10
Highland Lake 640 67 5
Ingalls Pond 141 28 4
Island Pond 166 48 10
Little Sebago Lake 1898 52 5
Moose Pond 1694 70 4
North Gorham Pond 128 23 5
Otter Pond 90 21 4
Panther Pond 1430 65 5
Parker Pond 166 19 5
Peabody Pond 735 64 4
Pleasant Lake 1077 62 5
Raymond Pond 346 42 5
Sabbathday Lake 340 68 5
Sebago Lake 28,771 316 4
Southeast Pond 173 30 4
Thomas Pond 442 64 5
Trickey Pond 311 57 4
Watchic Pond 448 41 4
Wood Pond 456 29 4

 

Oxford County

Oxford County

Name Size/Acres Max Depth/ft. Maine Atlas
Map #
Anasagunticook Lake 568 54 11
Aziscohus Lake 6,700 60 28
B Pond 471 110 18
Bear Pond 218 72 10
Beaver Pond 128 8 4
Beaver Pond 179 72 18
Bickford Pond 237 69 4
Big Concord Pond 135 12 11
Bryant Pond 278 63 10
C Pond 173 36 18
Colcord Pond 304 105 4
Ellis Pond 896 43 18
Granger Pond 125 28 4
Hogan Pond 177 34 11
Horseshoe Pond 132 40 10
Howard Pond 109 118 18
Keewaydin Lake 307 52 10
Kecka Lake 467 42 10
Keys Pond 192 42 10
Kezar Lake 2,510 155 10
Kezar Pond 1,447 12 4,10
Labrador Pond 115 13 11
Lincoln Pond 340 95 28
Little Ellis Pond 297 41 18
Little Moose Pond 181 43 10
Long Pond 473 42 10
Lovewell Pond 1,065 45 4
Lower Kimball Pond 486 65 10
Marshall Pond 102 41 11
Mooselookmeguntic Lake 16,300 132 18,28
Moose Pond 160 16 11
North Pond 147 10 10,11
North Pond 128 50 11
North Pond 284 50 11
Parmachenee Lake 912 93 28
Pennesseewassee Lake 922 48 10,11
Pleasant Pond 239 15 4
Pleasant Pond 115 14 11
Pond in the River 512 40 18
Richardson Lake 7,100 100 18
Sand Pond 141 56 10
Saturday Pond 178 25 11
Songo Pond 224 25 10
South & Rounds Pond 284 71 10
Stanely Pond 137 75 4
Sterns Pond 255 47 10
Sturtenant Pond 518 58 17
Thompson Lake 4,426 121 5,11
Twitchell Pond 158 47 10
Umbagog Lake 7,850 48 17
Virginia Lake 128 26 10
Walden Pond 256 44 4
West Richardson Pond 423 41 28
Whitney Pond 170 24 11
Worthley Pond 354 49 11

 

York County

York County

Name Size/Acres Max Depth/ft. Maine Atlas
Map #
Adams Pond 210 22 2
Balch Pond 704 44 2
Bauneg Beg Pond 160 29 2
Bonnie Eagle Lake 211 22 4
Bunganut Pond 325 43 2
Estes Lake 387 30 2
Great East Lake 1,768 102 2
Holland Pond 192 32 4
Horn Pond 205 31 2
Horne Pond 166 58 4
Kennebunk Pond 224 43 2
Little Ossipee Flowage 1,005 25 2
Little Ossipee Lake 564 72 2
Long Pond 275 33 4
Mousam Lake 900 88 2
Murdock Lake 300 13 2
Northeast Pond 778 49 2
Poverty Pond 166 17 2
Roberts/Wadley Ponds 203 21 2
Spaulding Pond 118 19 2
Square Pond 910 44 2
Swan Pond 147 40 2
Townhouse/Milton Ponds 371 55 2
West Pond 140 28 4
Wilson Pond 320 44 2