Title

"There and Back" piece on the high value of waterfront property in Maine, noting

Authors

John McDonald

Source

Mainebiz

Date

7-23-2007

Pages

19

Abstract

"There and Back" piece on the high value of waterfront property in Maine, noting that there was a time when waterfront property was unappealing. Historian Clarence Tucker explains that the Captain Butler homestead was deliberately built without a view of the water because in those days the "waterfront" ruled people's lives and was a loud, over-crowded, smelly place.

Subjects

Waterfront, Real estate

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