Searsport Real Estate

Neighborhoods/Developments in Searsport, ME

Name Type
"0" Cains Pond Rd Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Back Searsport Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Banks Terrace Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Banks Terrace Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Bog Hill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Curtis Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
East Main Street (Route 1) Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
East Main Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
EAST MAIN STREET, U.S. ROUTE 1 Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Harris Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Innis Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Knox Brothers Avenue Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Loop Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
MONROE ROAD Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Mount Ephraim Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
MT EPHRAIM ROAD Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Norris Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Old Stage Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Porter Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Sears Island Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Serenity Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Shoreside Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Spruce Knoll Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
SUMMER Street Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
WATER STREET Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
West Main Street Lot B Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood

Searsport is a town in Waldo County, Maine, United States.  Searsport includes the village of North Searsport. The town is known as "the home of the famous sea captains" and the "Antique Capital of Maine".

Searsport was settled in the 1670s and incorporated on February 13, 1845 from portions of Prospect and Belfast.

Searsport is Maine's second largest deep water port and is ideally located from the point of view of railroad, wood products and other development interests.

According to the US census, the town has a total area of 42.9 square miles, of which, 28.6 square miles is land and 14.4 square miles (33.42%) is water. Situated on Penobscot Bay, Searport is drained by Long Cove Brook and Mill Brook. It includes Sears Island, which is 940 acres in area. It borders the towns of Prospect and Stockton to the northeast, Belfast to the southwest, Swanville to the northwest, and Frankfort to the north.

As of the 2000 census, there were 2,641 people, 1,130 households, and 732 families residing in the town. The population density was 92.4 people per square mile. There were 1,370 housing units at an average density of 47.9 per square mile.

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