Community Standards Promise Safety, Comfort
Our community standards have been developed and are enforced to preserve the kind of lifestyle our residents have indicated they want. Strict enforcement of these community standards ensures a quiet, comfortable place to relax and call home. Large, well-maintained home sites, paved streets and individual two-car driveways help to preserve an atmosphere of dignity and separateness while creating a neat, clean, and orderly neighborhood look and feel. Each home site at Maplewood Manor is connected to public water and sewer facilities. This ensures you a safe, constantly available water supply and sanitary, worry-free waste disposal.
Everything You Want is Nearby
Within one mile of Maplewood Manor, you’ll find conveniences such as Cook’s Corner Shopping Mall, Merry meeting Plaza, an abundance of family-friendly restaurants and movie theatres. If the outdoors is your pleasure, you’re within 1/4 mile of a public boat launch area (with direct access to Merry meeting Bay) or walk, bike or rollerblade to and on the award-winning Androscoggin River Bike Path. Less than two miles away, you’ll find Thomas Point Beach and Campground if swimming and picnicking is more your style! Medical facilities are within one mile of the Community and Brunswick is home to two hospitals, fully equipped to meet your urgent and emergency care needs.
Brunswick is a Great Place to Live
Brunswick, Maine is an eclectic mix of sophistication and small-town charm in Maine’s popular mid-coast region. Its plentiful offerings of theatre, arts, museums, and boutique shopping are complimented by the close-knit, community atmosphere many people seek in today’s hectic world.
Downtown Brunswick offers many cultural and performing arts opportunities to explore. Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, is home to the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, Maine State Music Theatre and the Museum of Art. Dining out is a multi-cultural adventure, with a wide variety of authentically prepared ethnic cuisine available at many of Brunswick’s locally-owned restaurants.
Smithsonian’s #13 Best Small Town in U.S.
“Home to tiny Bowdoin College, Brunswick is more than just a small fishing town some 25 miles north of Portland. The Maine seacoast has attracted and inspired artists for hundreds of years, and they’ve left their mark.”- Smithsonian Magazine
The hub of social activity in Brunswick is the Mall area, located on Maine Street. A large, grassy, park-like area in the center of town, with large old-fashioned gazebo,”the Mall” hosts many community events. From May to October, plan your menu around the plentiful offerings of the local farmers’ market found here on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Along with offerings of herbs, vegetables, flowers and crafts from the local farmers, the Lobster Ladies offer that commodity for which Maine is best known— lobsters—caught fresh that day! Hot dog vendors can be found here any day, late Spring through early Fall. In the winter, go back in time as the mall is transformed into the local skating rink. Holiday festivities abound here as well. There’s always something happening on the Mall!
It is no wonder that in its July 2000 issue Money® magazine designated Brunswick as the best place to retire in New England, and one of the five best places in the United States. Come find out for yourself!
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