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Finding a charming new apartment in Eliot is effortless, whether you are searching in the fall or any other time of the year.
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Ah, Eliot. Perched against the glassy, crystal blue waters of the Piscataqua River and doused with the fall colors of so much New England vegetation run amok. Or at least that's what we can glean from the awesome picture on this city of ~6,000's website. The website doubles as a shining example of how to deploy more drop down menus than is probably reasonable, but we digress.
Like many a small town, Eliot is actually, through a few urban chains of separation, part of a bigger and more famous city. In this case that'd be Portland. Speaking of fame, we recognize that this particular Portland comes second in the national imagination to this one. But who are we to pit Port against Port in such a way? We'll leave that to the BBC.
Low on poverty and high on life, this is Eliot, and it's a New England lady-in-waiting ready to greet its new resident - namely you - at the castle (rock) door. Go forth and peruse our Apartment Guide to score more crucial info pertaining to all things Eliot. Utilize LocalTalk to explore further, and don't forget to take advantage of the ""Ask a Question"" feature to get customized answers to all your inquiries from local experts.
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The residents of Eliot,according to the town itself anyway, are a contented bunch. They appreciate the natural beauty the region affords and strive to preserve it. As a potential resident of Eliot, we hope you share their desire to extend the town's majesty well into the future, and beyond.
But we also want you to score a totally bodacious apartment!
Check out our rental and census data tables as well as our other fact sheets for more info about affordability and options for your future new digs. Get started on your Eliot apartment search by clicking upon the rentals listed below."
Come Join Team Eliot
The Eliot Historical Society is beckoning you, pleading with you to help make history within Eliot's cozy 21.3 square miles. The EHS, as we've come to call it in the few moments since our introduction, is really quite the team of advocates for the archaic, totally committed to keeping the Eliot of yore firmly on the minds of current and future generations of New Englanders. They ask you to remember when tiny waterborne vehicles (perhaps ""dinghies"" - some folks quite like the word) were responsible for getting folks from place to place around Eliot. Of course none living today can actually remember such a time, circa the 17th century or so, when that was the case, but that's okay. No doubt a monetary contribution to the efforts of the EHS will suffice in lieu of your lack of imagination.
Eliot's quality of life, quite apart from the foliage heavy beauty that itself is reason enough to set up here, is triumphantly top notch. With a median income that is not only above and beyond Maine's but the US as a whole, Eliot can boast of a standard of living that will impress to no end. Or at the very least the end of the continental United States.
Eliot's even got its own Garrison Keillor type persona in the figure of Tim Sample. He's been tagged a ""Maine Humorist,"" but none other than fellow Maine-iac Stephen King himself vouches for the universality of his comedic style, so you need not fear any inside jokes. Get a ""sample"" of his work here and prepare to crack a wry smile.
Here's an interesting factoid: About a third of Eliot's residents are of English stock.
Leave it to New England to harbor some actual English.
So, Where To Go, And What To Do? Eliot Knows, And So Should You!
Pardon our attempt at a kind of limerick, but we couldn't resist.
The aforementioned Eliot Historical Society comes in at #1 on this site's list of stuff to do in the town, and in line with our praise for our buddies at the EHS, we couldn't agree more in encouraging your visit. What comes in at #2? That'd be the town's skate park, much to the excitement of Eliot's youth. It even has its own website. Now that's going, or rather skating, the extra mile. Judging from the thumbnail photos of the place it appears to be well maintained. That should go over well with the teens that frequent the park, seeing as how teens and well maintained public spaces go oh so well together.
More fun, of the hopefully overage variety, can be had at the Shipyard Brew Pub, where pints flow like the waters of the mighty Piscataqua River. Or the urinals, eventually. Don't shy away from getting your maw on some of their clam chowder and specialty flatbreads while you're at it. You know, to soak up the alcohol. It's just being practical after all.
Apart from this good n' great stuff, you'll find even more to keep your body and soul occupied in and around Eliot by taking a gander at the town's calendar. It looks as if some county meetings are on their horizon. Oh well, it can't be all fun all the time. But you knew that.
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Is Eliot a town where I'll need a car to get around?
Yes. As a town of just over 6,000 people, Eliot is neither large nor dense enough to support a viable public transportation system. Being a small enough town in terms of area, it's possible to walk and bike to certain places, but the roads are rural and not terribly conducive to this type of transportation. In addition, hot summers and cold, snowy winters can make non-car transportation unpleasant. All of these factors make for a very car-oriented town.
Are there any quiet neighborhoods in Eliot?
Yes. Most of Eliot, in fact, is quiet. With a little over 6,000 people inhabiting more than 21 square miles, Eliot is suburban in terms of population density. It is also coastal, a factor that may contribute to its tranquil nature, and there are quite a few farms in the area as well. That it's more rural and residential than urban ensures that noise levels will generally remain low throughout.