Kennebunk is home to several beaches, the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, the 1799 Kennebunk Inn, many historic shipbuilders’ homes, the Brick Store Museum, and the Nature Conservancy Kennebunk Plains, with 1,500 acres of nature trails and blueberry fields. The Municipality includes the constituent villages of Kennebunk Village (Town), the Lower Village (Lower Kennebunk), Kennebunk Landing (the Landing), Bartlett Mills, West Kennebunk, Kennebunk Beach, Lords Point, Coopers Corner Crossing, Sea Roads Crossing, Webhannet Grove, and Vinegarhill, Cheshire Commons, Kennebunk Meadows, and various newer neighborhoods.
Perhaps you’ve visited the Kennebunks on vacation – maybe even fallen in love with the area and envision moving here. If so, we welcome you! This part of rural small-town Maine isn’t just a wonderful vacation destination, but it’s also home to thousands of year-round residents. Here, you’ll find a strong sense of community wherever you go – whether you join a church, become involved in community organizations, or enroll your children in our outstanding school system, with its new elementary and middle schools and the only International Baccalaureate program in Maine
- Population: 5,647
- Median Income: $57,488
- Population Density: 772.7
- Median Age: 52.8 years
Housing Stats 2020
- # of Sold Properties: 190
- Median Sold Price: $469,950
- Median Days on Market: 13
- Price Change over 2019: 20.81%
Kennebunk, along with neighboring Kennebunkport and Arundel, form Regional School District 21. The schools in RSU 21 are Consolidated School, Kennebunk Elementary School, Mildred L. DaySchool, Sea Road School, Middle School of the Kennebunks, and Kennebunk High School.