Rent to Own Homes near Brunswick, ME

4 Top Reasons to Move to Brunswick, ME

  • Brunswick, Maine, is a town of about 20,000 people located less than an hour north of Portland. It is a coastal community located at the mouth of the Androscoggin River and is the gateway to what is known as thriving Mid-Coast Maine. It is also the home of Bowdoin College. Brunswick is a former timber and shipbuilding town, and was once home to a now-decommissioned naval air station that is destined to become a major business and transportation hub.

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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Brunswick, ME 04011
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Brunswick, ME 04011

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School: St. John Catholic School
Grocery: Morning Glory Natural Foods
Restaurant: El Camino Restaurant
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Brunswick, ME 04011
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Brunswick, ME 04011

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School: Williams-Cone School
Grocery: Michaud's Market
Restaurant: Captain Mike's
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2 Beds, 1 Bath in Brunswick, ME 04011
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Brunswick, ME 04011

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School: Williams-Cone School
Grocery: Michaud's Market
Restaurant: No 10 Water Restaurant
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Brunswick, ME 04011
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School: Harriet Beecher Stowe School
Grocery: Big Apple
Restaurant: Jen's Place
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Brunswick, ME 04011
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School: Coffin School
Grocery: Maquoit Market
Restaurant: Benchwarmers
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1 Bed, 4 Baths in Brunswick, ME 04011
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Brunswick, ME 04011

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School: Brunswick Jr High School
Grocery: Bowdoin College
Restaurant: Jen's Place
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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Brunswick, ME 04011
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Brunswick, ME 04011

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School: Brunswick High School
Grocery: Maquoit Market
Restaurant: Dead River Co
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4 Beds, 1 Bath in Brunswick, ME 04011
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Brunswick, ME 04011

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School: Brunswick High School
Grocery: Ship To Shore Store
Restaurant: Cafe Mojo
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Brunswick, ME 04011
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Brunswick, ME 04011

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School: Harriet Beecher Stowe School
Grocery: Morning Glory Natural Foods
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  • A city full of History! There are sea captain's mansions, architecturally important homes, and homes that can claim famous residents, even ghosts! Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin while her husband was a Bowdoin College professor. If you like music, there are free noon concerts every Wednesday at the Unitarian-Universalist Center, and Bowdoin's International Music Festival brings artists, students, and instructors together for six weeks every summer.
  • A Mix of Housing: Brunswick has a variety of housing options, including large brick multi-story homes on tree-lined streets, and there are a few modern studios and lofts in converted mills and commercial buildings. In the downtown area, there are ground-floor retail spaces and coffee shops, with studio apartments located upstairs. Much of the central area is within walking or biking distance of campus. As in most college towns, pizza and burger places abound, but The Great Impasta is a favorite of students and residents from miles around, and Bryne's Irish Pub is a popular watering hole.
  • Gateway to Mid-Coast: Amtrak's Downeaster runs from Boston to Brunswick. Destinations further up the coast are easily reached from Brunswick, and even Augusta, Maine's capital, is only a short drive away. Life here revolves around nature, the sea, and the river. Residents get out on trails and nature paths at every opportunity, and ecology is very important. Art is also important to locals -- see art based on local surroundings at Summer Island Studio, and celebrate local crafts at a number of shows each year.
  • Four Distinct Neighborhoods: About 56% of the homes in Brunswick are occupied by owners, with 33% leased; during the last year, almost 11% of homes were unoccupied. Finding a rent-to-own house may not be difficult, but narrowing your search may take some time. Cook's Corner is a newer area with reasonable prices, but it is also located further from the water, and is quite a distance from downtown. As might be expected, rental homes on the water or with saltwater views tend to command higher prices.