The year Scarborough was founded. (scarboroughmaine.org)
Home of Kings
Scarborough is the home town of Maine’s first governor, William King (1768-1852). His brother Cyrus was a U.S. Congressman; their half-brother Rufus, a U.S. Senator, presidential candidate and signer of the Constitution. (scarborough.mainememory.net)
Since 1927
Ken’s Place has been serving up fresh seafood and other treats. (facebook.com/KensPlace1927)
Winslow Homer
The artist’s studio at Prouts Neck is a national landmark and open for guided tours. (portlandmuseum.org)
Scarborough’s median home value. (bestplaces.net)
Acreage of Scarborough Marsh, the largest salt marsh in Maine. (scarboroughmarsh.org)
Get to the point
Originally known as Southgate House, the Black Point Inn on Prouts Neck was established in 1878.(www.blackpointinn.com)
Square mileage of Scarborough. (wikipedia.org)
This old house
Built c. 1700, the Hunnewell House on Black Point Road is Scarborough’s oldest dwelling. (www.mainememory.net)
Pounds of milk chocolate in Lenny, “The World’s Only Life-Size Chocolate Moose.” (lenlibby.com)
Partially buried treasure
The hull of the 1897 wreck of the schooner Howard W. Middleton is still visible at low tide. (www.higginsbeachmaine.com; mainememory.net)
On the Market in and around Scarborough