Our Current Projects: Kennebec River Estates and Great Southwest Estates
The Estates On The Kennebec River
Heavenly Homes has two estates that we are working on, Kennebec River Estates on the Kennebec River in Norridgewock, Maine, and the Great Southwest Estates on the Miramichi River in New Brunswick, Canada.
The Kennebec River is a 170-mile-long (270 km) river that is entirely within Maine. It rises in Moosehead Lake in west-central Maine. The East and West Outlets join at Indian Pond, and the river then flows southward from Harris Station Dam, the largest hydroelectric dam in the state. It is joined at The Forks by the Dead River, also called the West Branch, then continues southward past Madison, Skowhegan, Waterville, and the state capital Augusta. At Richmond, it flows into Merrymeeting Bay, a 16-mile-long (26 km) freshwater tidal bay into which also flows the Androscoggin River and five smaller rivers. The Kennebec then runs past the shipbuilding center of Bath, then to the Gulf of Maine in the Atlantic Ocean. Ocean tides affect the river height as far north as Augusta. Tributaries of the Kennebec River include the Carrabassett River, Sandy River, and Sebasticook River.
The Southwest Estates On The Miramichi
The Miramichi River, famous for fly-fishing and spectacular scenery, is perfect for paddleboarding or tubing lazily on a family vacation. The Miramichi River consistently yields more Atlantic salmon to anglers than any other river in North America. When fish are running the river, there is a good chance of catching salmon as any stretch of water on the Miramichi.
The Miramichi River meander length measures approximately 250 km and comprises two important branches, the Southwest Miramichi River and the Northwest Miramichi River, each having their respective tributaries.