Baldwin Real Estate
Neighborhoods/Developments in Baldwin, ME
Baldwin is located in Cumberland County, Maine. It was incorporated in 1802 and consists of one square mile of water and 35.3 square miles of land. The town is bounded on the north by Sebago, on the south by Cornish and Limington, on the east by Standish and by Hiram on the west.
First called Flintstown Plantation, it was granted in 1774 by the Massachusette General Court to survivors of the Concord Massachusetts company commanded by Captain John Flint. It replaced a grant of about 1735 which gave them Township No. 3, because when state borders were adjusted in 1741, the town turned out to be in New Hampshire-- present-day Walpole. On June 23, 1802, Flintstown was incorporated as Baldwin, named for Colonel Loammi Baldwin, for whom the Baldwin apple was named. Sebago was set off and incorporated in 1826.
The population in Baldwin according to the 2010 U.S. Census is 1,525
According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Baldwin was home 493 households and 385 families.
Baldwin Homes and Real Estate: In 2000, there were 577 Baldwin homes and an average of 16 homes per square mile. 13% of Baldwin homes are occupied by renters.
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