Look Inside The $10 Million Mansion That's Maine's Most Expensive Home

The most-viewed property on Realtor this week is a breathtaking mansion in Maine, with an equally jaw-dropping price tag. It has been listed for $10.5 million, making it the small state's most expensive residence on the market. The mansion has been on the market for 12 days and is located in Falmouth. It was completely renovated and refreshed in 2021, per the Realtor listing, and boasts 13,307 square feet of total living space, including 10 bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms. However, the waterfront property isn't just a single house — it's an estate with three more separate residential spaces. 

In addition to the luxurious main home, where no expense has been spared in the renovations, there's a one-bedroom unit as well as two separate two-bedroom units on the lush grounds of the property. Whether you want to keep those for family and friends whenever they visit, opt to transform some of the additional properties into rental suites, or even use them as a workspace separate from the primary residence, the options are endless with this gorgeous and versatile estate. And, despite the scenic surroundings that offer a rural ambiance, the estate is just a 10-minute drive to the Old Port area of Portland, Maine, with Boston, Massachusetts, less than two hours away — so you're never too far from limitless options for entertainment, dining, shopping, and other activities. Read on to learn more about this stunning, spacious property with several amenities.

A dreamy waterfront location

As the Realtor listing specifies, the principal residence, and all the other properties within the estate, sit on a 3.2-acre lot in a gorgeous setting. Homeowners who value their privacy will also love that the home isn't visible from the main road to any passers-by — there's a paved driveway that winds amongst a forest of mature trees, leading towards the grand entrance of the main house. The rest of the grounds also feature an abundance of greenery, offering plenty of space for outdoor activities. The home's façade is a mix of neutral siding and rustic stone, helping the massive mansion blend in with the rocky shores of the Maine waterfront. And though the grounds themselves are stunning, the selling point of the home is the waterfront location.

There are breathtaking views of the water from all corners of the property, indoors and outdoors, and a large deck that wraps around a portion of the main floor of the home. There's also a large deck right by the waterfront, along with a dock and waterfront boathouse. The boathouse would be the perfect spot to keep all the essentials for outdoor adventures or enjoy the view with a cup of coffee before setting out on the water. For those looking for even more amenities, there's a tennis court on the property and garage parking for seven vehicles to protect your luxury rides during the Maine winters.

A main floor with views and space to entertain

The moment you walk into the home, as the Realtor listing photos demonstrate, you'll be welcomed by the high ceilings and open, airy feel of the interior, courtesy of the peaked ceilings and abundance of windows. A segment of the wall is constructed almost entirely of windows on the back of the house, overlooking the waterfront and providing a one-of-a-kind view from the communal living spaces. To go along with the waterfront views, there are several nautical touches throughout the home, from marine sculptures to wallpaper with illustrated ships to a compass nestled along with the hardwood plants near the entry. However, the house certainly doesn't give off a coastal cabin feel — it's packed with high-end finishes and details.

The gourmet kitchen features top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, including two refrigerators and a seven-burner gas range. Pale gray cabinets and modern light fixtures add a chic feel to the room, which also contains a sizeable quartz-topped island that seats six. However, there are small details that add character and visual interest, including the eye-catching tile backsplash and the massive stone fireplace that adds a rustic focal point to the main living areas. There's a spacious dining area just off the kitchen, perfect for hosting dinner parties, as well as several living room areas for entertaining while soaking in the view.

Whimsical details meet modern luxury

A curved staircase that starts near the grand entry leads up to the second story, with stunning wallpaper adding a major visual impact, especially when paired with the crisp white moldings and rich wood flooring and banister. An arched doorway leads to several bedrooms, adding grandeur to the upper level. As the Realtor listing clarifies, most of the home's bedrooms feature views of the water and private balconies, so you can truly enjoy the beautiful location. The primary bedroom features sliding doors that open onto a deck, ideal for enjoying those quiet moments in the mornings. Also within the main suite is a sizable walk-in closet with wood detailing and a primary bathroom with a massive walk-in double shower.

And if you're looking for a bit more whimsy in your home and some other places to entertain, you just need to hop down the stairs and go down two flights to the walk-out basement. It features a full bar, as well as an indoor deepwater diving pool, complete with a built-in whirlpool jacuzzi and waterslide. There's also a wall-mounted basketball hoop and sauna nearby. The walls in the basement are a combination of wood planks and stone, creating a rustic ambiance. Of course, if you want your guests to have a bit more privacy once you're done entertaining in the main house, you can get them all set up in the beautifully decorated separate units on the grounds.