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Popular Kennebunk Apartments
Portland, Maine, 04101
1 Bedroom$950 - $1,209
2 Bedrooms$1,025 - $1,299
Falmouth, Maine, 04105
1 Bedroom$1,100 - $1,300
2 Bedrooms$1,300 - $1,750
Portland, Maine, 04103
1 Bedroom$900 - $1,025
2 Bedrooms$975 - $1,125
3 Bedrooms$1,450 - $1,550
Portland, Maine, 04103
2 Bedrooms$1,275 - $1,500
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Gorgeous Kennebunk Welcomes You
Welcome to Kennebunk of York County in the beautiful state of Maine, along the coast. Can you say “charming?” Kennebunk and its surrounding areas are bursting at the seams with it. This small town is a bit of a tourist town with its beaches, trails, historic sites, and nature preserves to hang outdoors, watch wildlife, or get active and work up a sweat. (But please don’t do all three at once. Don’t offend the woodland creatures.)
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Get Familiar With the Kennebunk Rental Trends
Apartment dwellers have great options in Kennebunk. The prices here are quite reasonable and you can just leave it to our finder to find you the best deal around town. Whether you’re looking for something near Rogers Park, a place with a view of the river, or something closer to downtown, our apartment finder will help you find it and cinch up that sweet deal. So, what do places in Kennebunk actually go for? Take a look at the table above and you’ll get an idea. As of ||monthpull|| the average rent for a one bedroom cost ||1BRrentpull|| while a two bedroom went for ||2BRrentpull||. Not too bad when you consider all that this picturesque New England community has to offer. Grab a cup of tea and get cozy and read on!
Charming, Little Kennebunk
The Kennebunk River and Mousam River are in Kennebunk, which adds to the gorgeous landscape of this seaside town. There is definitely a charming fishing village-vibe going on here. It feels a little like the Rockwell picture of a New England lobster town. Oh, so sweet.
Settle into your new apartment and then take a walking tour of the city to get a good overview and explore the interesting history and architecture that helps to make Kennebunk what it is. The Brick Store Museum offers architectural walking tours of the historic district. You’ll see sites like Christ Church, a Greek Revival building from 1828, the Nathaniel Frost House, the Benjamin Brown House, and many other fascinating (and fascinatingly old) buildings. If you can’t get enough history, check out the Kennebunkport Historical Society. These guys are a great resource for local history in and around the area.
Ready for fun times? The Kennebunk Recreation Department offers oodles of fun programs, leagues, and classes for everyone in your clan. From swimming lessons, Zumba, and basketball to babysitting courses, jewelry making, and karate, these guys have an awful lot going on. If you’re looking to spend some quality time outdoors, and you will, you’ll be in awe of how beautiful it is here. You have beaches, parks, playgrounds, and some really great wildlife areas. The Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge offers marshlands, meadows, and dunes to explore. Birders and wildlife viewing folk better keep those binocks handy, this is primo real estate for feathered friends and critters and creatures of the natural world. (You most likely will not see an alien creature here, but hey, you never know.)
There are many special events and things going on throughout the year in and around the area. Once you’re in your new apartment you can enjoy Winterfest, May Day Celebration, and the spiritedly cockle-warming Christmas Prelude. Christmas Prelude was recently voted the number two Christmas Town in America by HGTV, so prepare for some big time warm and fuzzies. You’ll likely feel as though you are inside a little village under a Christmas tree. It may sound a little creepy when you think about being underneath a tree, but it’s actually really, really charming. Like insanely charming. Like twinkling, winking, Santa smiling, hot-cocoa warming, charming.
You, K-Towner, You
Seems like you have everything you could need or want in Kennebunk, but it’s nice to know that it’s only 90 miles from Boston. If you do want to get away from all this charming beauty and hit the mean ‘ol big city, it’s easy. But why would you want to? It’s just so dang pretty here. And charming. Did we mention the charm?
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What do people do for fun in Kennebunk?
The main draw of Kennebunk is its coastline. The town is home to a number of public beaches that it shares with Kennebunkport, including Kennebunk Beach, Gooch's Beach, Mother's Beach, and Parson's Beach. The beaches provide recreational activities for adults and children alike, including swimming, surfing, boating, or simply sunbathing. The area also has various mini and full-size golf courses.
What do people in Kennebunk do as far as outdoor recreation?
Located next to the Atlantic Ocean and a vast expanse of green space, Kennebunk residents shall not want for outdoor recreational opportunities. This area of Maine is best known for its beaches, and sea-related activities include sunbathing, swimming, sailing, boating, kayaking, and fishing. Located along 50 miles of coastline in York and Cumberland counties, the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge will contain approximately 14,600 acres when land acquisition is complete. The area around Sebago Lake to the northwest offers nature trails and canoeing, and the White Mountains beyond that is one of the best places around for hiking and front and backcountry camping.