10 miles west of Portland is Gorham - voted second best town to live in Maine, is a quaint small town with plenty of historical architecture and lots of culture. Gorham is home to a University of Southern Maine campus.
Gorham has grown from a small village to a flourishing town. Its popularity has attracted many new housing developments and businesses. Positioned near Sebago Lake, Gorham also offers a plethora of recreational activities such as trails for hiking and the river for kayaking, canoeing and swimming.
- Population: 17,651
- Median Income: $78,251
- Population Density: 323.6
- Median Age: 40.2 years
Housing Stats 2020
- # of Sold Properties: 238
- Median Sold Price: $339,500
- Median Days on Market: 7
- Price Change over 2019: 2.91%
Gorham’s public school system provides education for K-5 with three elementary schools: Great Falls Elementary, Narragansett Elementary, and Village Elementary. Gorham Middle School and Gorham High School serve grades 6-12. Being a university town that values education, the community has a strong tradition of supporting public schools.