Worth the Trip
Named after the area’s first English settler, scenic Mackworth Island is connected to Falmouth by a causeway. The island features a 1¼-mile trail overlooking Casco Bay. (visitmaine.com)
Plenty of (Boat) Parking
The largest recreational anchorage/mooring field north of Marblehead, Mass., Falmouth’s Town Landing also features a public beach. (falmouthme.org)
Top Billing
Forbes Magazine has named Falmouth a “Top City to Live and Learn.” (falmouthmaine.org)
The median home value in Falmouth. (zillow.com)
Go 4 It
Falmouth Community Park offers 4 miles of trails. (falmouthmaine.org)
Lucky 7
Falmouth was the seventh town founded in the Province of Maine. (wikipedia)
‘ … in Casco Bay’
Was an oft-used addendum to “Falmouth” c. 1700, to avoid confusion with Falmouth, Mass. (wikipedia)
Tavern Town
Hall’s Tavern, built in 1800 and now a B&B, and the Falmouth House, built in 1820 and now a private residence, catered to travelers passing through. Both buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. (wikipedia)
Hello, Trolley
The 1898 establishment of a trolley connection to Portland helped spur Falmouth’s growth. (falmouthmehistory.org)
Acres of land that make up the Blackstrap Hill Community Forest and Preserve. (falmouthlandtrust.org)
River Fal
Falmouth is believed to be named for the English town of Falmouth, so named for its location at the mouth of the River Fal. (Maine Place Names, Ava Chadbourne)

On the Market in and around Falmouth


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