Welcome to the mid-Maine area from the staff of Affiliated
Realty. We are pleased to be a locally owned full service real estate company that was created in 1997 when Gregg Perkins, Dick Goodhue, & Mark McDonough, some of mid-Maine's most
experienced independent brokers with combined experience of over 50 years, joined forces to create a larger stronger company. Starting out in a small 850 square foot office, our company has
continued to grow and in just 18 months, we were pleased to have purchased our own 2200 square foot office building located at 63 Silver Street, Waterville.
Our office is situated in what is known as the mid-state region of Maine. Then region we service is
located in the very heart of the state and is comprised of four vibrant communities: Waterville, Winslow, Fairfield, and Oakland. Situated 18 miles from Augusta, the State Capitol of Maine, 80 miles from
Portland and 190 miles of Boston, the area is a commercial, cultural, industrial, medical and recreational center for an area of 150,000 people
within a radius of 25 miles. Only 35 +/- miles from the glorious Maine Coast and adjacent to the North-South Interstate 95, U.S. Route 201 and
State Route 137, the area is a major transportation hub as well. Approximately one-half of the population of Maine lives within a 50-mile radius of
the region. The area is ringed with lakes, including the famous Belgrade Lakes and China Lake, and Sugarloaf/USA, New England's premier ski resort, is just an hour's drive away.
The City of Waterville is the employment and commercial center of northern Kennebec County. Its two I-95 interchanges link it with Augusta, 18
miles to the south, and Bangor, 60 miles to the northeast. The city is also served by Robert LeFleur Airport and the central Maine rail yard of the
Springfield Terminal Line. Relatively small in size, at 14 square miles, Waterville is highly urbanized, with a well-developed city center along U.S. Route 201. The Kennebec River bounds Waterville to the east.
Everyone is aware of Maine's glorious seasons where people have come for many years to enjoy our leisurely Vacationland. Sometimes the fact
that Maine is a multi-season state is overlooked. Don't miss all the assets Mid-Maine has to offer in the spring, fall, & winter as well as during our well-known summer.