6th Most Expensive House for Sale in Maine Is a Waterfront Dream With Indoor Pool
Waterfront Estate on Falmouth Foreside, Maine
My grandparents have lived on the foreside for more than 10 years, so I have frequented the area and my jaw has dropped driving by the massive mansions and waterfront estates. I try to picture what their life must be like, what it looks like inside, but I can’t even begin to imagine what it would be like.
What was once the most expensive house for sale in Maine is now the 6th most expensive, after dropping its price from $10,050,000 to $8.9 million. That's still a pretty penny to play for a home, even one that sits right on the Falmouth Foreside.
Typically, when I peruse real estate sites and live vicariously through the mega-mansions, they’re spread out around the state in areas I am not familiar with. This house happens to be extremely close to home and I was so excited to take a virtual step inside.
Sitting less than 15 minutes from Portland, the waterfront estate rests right on Casco Bay and will absolutley blow your mind. It’s listed as a “single-family” home but it boasts 10 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and three guest houses that are entire homes themselves with multiple bedrooms. To excite us all even more and paint us green with jealousy, the home has its own deep-water indoor pool with a slide, whirlwind jacuzzi, private tennis court, and a dock leading you right into the ocean.
This estate is seriously out of a dream. It was built in 2020 so the interior is modern and stunning and the perfect place to host guests and events, especially parties in the summer. I can only imagine the sunrises and sunsets you could experience from the property!
The home at 153 Foreside Road in Falmouth, which is listed by David Jones of F.O. Bailey Real Estate, is beyond beautiful with delicate attention to detail, to the point where one of the bathrooms is actually my favorite part of the entire thing. Want to see it for yourself? Walk through the gallery below and get a taste of what it would be like to live on a waterfront estate on the foreside in Maine: