A short drive from Route 1 in Thomaston, Cushing is a small Maine town that incorporated in 1789 and, according to the last census in 2010, still retains it’s rural feel with only 1534 residents. It is a favorite destination for people seeking the quiet, unspoiled natural setting it has to offer. One of the people drawn to Cushing for it’s beauty was Andrew Wyeth, whose painting, “Christina’s World,” featured the Olson House, which is in Cushing.
The Homestead at Cushing rests on a small hill above a tranquil pond offering residents a peaceful, bright and sunny home, where they can enjoy the beautiful gardens in the spring and summer as well as abundant wildlife year-round. The Homestead at Cushing boasts two cozy living rooms, each with its own fireplace, an intimate dinning room and kitchen, two sunny and cozy sitting areas as well as a screened in deck and a patio that allow residents to take in the surrounding beauty. Situated on a private road, with only 10 rooms the Homestead at Cushing provides both privacy and socialization in a cozy, familiar setting.
32 Lover’s Lane • Cushing, ME 04563
Directions: One mile from the Thomaston bridge, turn right onto Lovers Lane, 2nd house on the left, #32.