Windham Real Estate

Neighborhoods/Developments in Windham, ME

Name Type
Albion Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Allagash Way Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Brand Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Brown Cove Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Chadbourne Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Dale Lane Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Dutton Hill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Falmouth Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Gray Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Hall Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Harriett Avenue Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Hearthside Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Indland Farm Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Mt Hunger Shore Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Overlook Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Park Avenue Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Park Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pemberly Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Pope Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
River Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Rocklin Drive Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Roosevelt Trail Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Sand Bar Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Shaw Acres Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Tandberg Trail Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Varney Mill Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Westerlea Way Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Whites Bridge Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
William Knight Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood
Windham Center Road Real Estate For Sale Neighborhood

Windham is located in Cumberland County, Maine.  It is eleven miles northwest of Portland and includes the villages of South Windham and North Windham.

The township was granted in 1734 by the Massachusetts General Court to Abraham Howard, Joseph Blaney and 58 others from Marblehead, Massachusetts. The Cumberland and Oxford Canal opened in 1832, carrying goods along the Presumpscot River between Sebago Lake and Portland. The canal fell into disuse after the Portland and Ogdensburg Railway was completed through South Windham and Newhall in 1875.

Windham is home to two local shopping destinations; Windham Mall and the North Windham Shopping Center.  The town also hosts an annual Summerfest.

The town is crossed by U.S. routes 202 and 302, and state routes 4, 35 and 115. It borders the towns of Standish and Gorham to the west, Westbrook to the south, Falmouth and Cumberland to the east, Gray to the northeast and Raymond to the north.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau, Windham was home to 17,001 residents.  

Windham Maine Homes and Real Estate:  In 2000, there were 6,088 Windham homes and an average of 130 homes per square mile.  19% of Windham homes are occupied by renters.  

Please contact Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Masiello Group for homes for sale in Windham Maine, homes for sale in Cumberland County Maine and for all your real estate needs.