The name Waterboro is truly appropriate for this town on the edge of both the Western Maine Mountains and the Sebago Lakes Region. Lake Arrowhead, Little Ossipee Pond, Round Pond, Northwest Pond, Lone Pond, Bartlett Pond, Moody Pond, Middle Branch Pond, Lake Sherburne  and other smaller ponds are all located here.

The Western Maine Foothills begin their march to the White Mountains here.  The Waterboro Barrens Preserve is conservation area and a great example of boreal forests of pitch pine and scrub oak with it’s trails managed by the Nature Conservatory.  A massive wild fire burned much of Waterboro in 1947. You wouldn’t know it today but if you take a good look, you can still see the remaining scars.

Visit these websites:

Waterboro Town Website
Waterboro Schools RSU57

Come for a visit and stay for a lifetime.

David Karl Roberts/Associate Broker
The Maine Real Estate Network

207-741-2006 or email me at david@maineinfo.net