A home for a family (and their pet birds) nests among the trees on a precious Washington County plot.
By Sarah Stebbins
Seasoned renovators find solace in a riverfront Cape — and a sledgehammer.
By Sara Anne Donnelly
Meeting Their Match
It was love at first sight for a Maryland couple and their cheerful Castine cottage.
By Laura Wallis
Out of the Woods
An expansive, serene haven emerges from decades of taming a stony forest.
By Virginia M. Wright
Why I Live Here
Reader Bob Dennis settles in the beloved southern Maine community he’s been photographing for 26 years.
Swinging tasseled finds, putting the Color of the Year into practice, Portland’s hip new hostel, 19th-century maritime crafts to collect, roadtripping through the Queen City, the backstory on an 1893 world’s fair pavilion, rare landmark buildings on the market, a storied Colonial Revival in need of saving, and advice on your home and garden conundrums.
We’re crushing on this adorable wooden yurt, a dated suburban home gets a Shingle-style makeover, five minutes with designer Tracy Davis, inside the studio where painter Jan ter Weele creates his richly layered scenes, and a mid-century houseboat anchors a former helicopter pilot on Rangeley Lake.
Homey Things to Do This Season
From Rags to Riches
Twenty-three years ago, a writer’s decision to buy on Portland’s Munjoy Hill was considered questionable; now she’s lauded as a real estate genius.
By Amy Sutherland
Net-zero subdivisions are becoming more plentiful, popular, and affordable — should you make a move?
By Jessie Ellison
How to Rent Your Maine Home
Among the perks of owning property in Vacationland: an influx of visitors who may be willing to shell out for a stay in your pad. Capitalize on your asset with help from our guide.
On the cover: The U-shaped Washington County home featured in Artful Aerie, photographed by Trent Bell