This property at 0 Collinsbrook Road , Brunswick, ME04011 has listed by Dot Ollier Team but has not been updated for quite some time. Please contact the listing agent and broker for up to date information.
Lots and Land
It's hard to beat THIS location for peace and quiet! Travel the length of lovely Collinsbrook Road with its farms, rolling hills, and fields, then leave the town road behind and enter your own enclave, shared with a few like-minded neighbors! The road is a dead end; the lot is high and dry, perfect for your new homestead! A road association is in place and an (older) 3BR septic plan is available, paving your way to a spring build. Lot is part of a larger parcel; taxes given are for entire parcel and will be recalculated upon sale. Contact Dot Ollier at 207.751.4919 or [email protected]
The historic and picturesque New England town of Brunswick was settled in 1628. Serving as a gateway to Downeast and coastal Maine, Brunswick’s downtown provides a palette of village convenience, wonderful ethnic restaurants, open spaces, professional entities, and specialty shops.
Brunswick is a college town. The home of Bowdoin College, Brunswick enjoys diverse arts and cultural resources including museums, galleries, theater, and concerts. The highly acclaimed Maine State Music Theatre, located in Bowdoin’s Pickard Theater, features off-Broadway productions during the summer months. In addition to Bowdoin College, the developing Brunswick Landing (formerly Naval Air Station Brunswick) is the home of a branch of Southern New Hampshire University as well as Southern Maine Community College.
Brunswick has been repeatedly lauded as being one of the “best” retirement communities nationally and is widely recognized for the presence of Thornton Oaks Retirement Community.
The redevelopment of Naval Air Station Brunswick, now known as Brunswick Landing, strategically offers a prime location and technology benefits to relocating businesses. It is sited on approximately 3,300 acres of prime real estate located just 25 miles from Portland and 2.5 hours from Boston. It is located just off of Route 1, with easy access to Interstate 295. Brunswick Landing is the site of Brunswick Executive Airport, which benefits from the two runways and flight tower as well as aviation hangars inherited from Naval Air Station Brunswick.
Geographically, Brunswick is bordered by the Androscoggin River and the Atlantic Ocean. It offers 67 miles of coastline, occupies a land area of 49.7 square miles, and has a population of 20,278 (2010 census statistics). Brunswick Commons is an area of natural enjoyment for wildlife, walking, and cross-country skiing. Located just outside of town, it offers over a thousand acres of natural land for enjoyment. In addition, Cox’s Pinnacle provides a spacious region of natural enjoyment in the western region of town.
The Town Green is a focal point of this community and provides an ice-skating rink in the winter months as well as a picturesque setting for musical performances and the renowned Farmer’s Market in warmer months.
Estimated Population: 20,278
Curtis Memorial Library
Maine State Music Theatre
Pejepscot Historical Society
Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum
Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum
Coffin School, K-1
Harriet Beecher Stowe Elementary School, 2-5
St. John’s Catholic School, Pk-8
Brunswick Junior High School, 6-8
Brunswick High School, 9-12
First Parish Church
St. John the Baptist Church
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Unitarian Universalist Church
Town Clerk: 207-725-6658
Fire Department: 207-725-5541
License: Broker, REALTOR
Listed by: Dot Ollier