1. Embden Located on the banks of Embden Pond, this three-bedroom home has exposed wood beams, an enclosed porch with windows overlooking the lake, and a wood stove. The 1.1-acre property includes 360 feet of lake frontage and landscaped areas. $1,150,000. Charlene M. Hamiwka, Sotheby’s International Realty/Legacy Properties, (207) 671-0085
2. Camden Built in 1905, this Victorian house is located close to downtown and the harbor area. The five-bedroom home has stained-glass windows, parquet floors, a turret, and a guest apartment. The half-acre property includes a garden surrounded by a tall cedar hedge. $595,000. Michaela Colquhoun, Camden Real Estate Co., (207) 236-6171
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3. Waldoboro Formerly a customhouse and post office, this 2,200-square-foot Federal-style house is on the National Register of Historic Places. Located downtown, the fully restored one-bedroom home has steel doors, 12-foot ceilings, a fireplace, and hardwood floors. $295,000. Ed Mitchell, Sotheby’s International Realty/Legacy Properties, (207) 230-1003
4. Northeast Harbor This six-bedroom home is located on Mount Desert Island, the largest island in the state and home to Acadia National Park. Built in 1990, the house features three fireplaces, arched doorways, an eat-in kitchen, and hardwood floors. The 0.72-acre property includes a terrace, multiple gardens, and patios. $3,500,000. Erika Mitchell, Sotheby’s International Realty/The Swan Agency, (207) 276-5080
5. Vinalhaven Built in 1904, this 11-bedroom, shingle-style home overlooks the Fox Island Thoroughfare. Details include multiple fireplaces, fir-wood floors, Japanese-style wall panels, and a large veranda. The 4.4-acre property includes meadows, two boathouses, a deepwater dock, and 720 feet of water frontage. $3,600,000. Terry Sortwell, LandVest, (207) 236-3543
6. Wiscasset Overlooking Wiscasset Harbor, this five-bedroom Greek Revival home was built in 1850. Details include multiple fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen with skylights, and wide-plank wood flooring. The 43-acre grounds were landscaped based on a plan by Frederick Law Olm-stead. $2,175,000. John Collins, Sotheby’s International Realty/Legacy Properties, (207) 607-2442
7. Great Diamond Island This brick Victorian house was originally part of the former Fort McKinley, which was used through World War II. Details of the four-bedroom home include original tin ceilings, four fireplaces, a butler’s pantry, and a master suite with a private dressing room. A large porch has views of the water. $550,000. Amy Farrell, Port Island Realty, (207) 766-3377
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