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Maine Cottage Keepers

Maine Cottage Keepers (MKC) is a small property management and vacation rental company. We are property owners and local to the MidCoast and Sebago Lake Region.

Maine Cottage Keepers (MCK) is a small property management and vacation rental company. Pat & Shawn-Elise Lapomarda are both the property owners and operators of the business. We are local to the MidCoast and Sebago Lake Region areas, operating and living in both.

Back in 2013, we bought a cottage down the road from Shawn-Elise's dad, near where she grew up. It was a special place to her because as a child, it was her friend’s great aunt’s homeand she visited there often. We both love the location, lived there full time for a short while, but eventually weren’t there as much as we wanted and still paid for it each month. So in 2016, we decided to rent it out when we weren’t using it. We accelerated some projects we had been putting off, did a thorough cleaning, took some new photos, and listed it on VRBO and AirBNB and Sea Rose Cottage was born.

Read more at https://www.mainecottagekeepers.com/about-us

  • Address 116 Hearthside Rd
    Standish, Maine 04084
  • Phone 207-835-1371
  • Website www.mainecottagekeepers.com
  • Payments Accepted All major credit cards are accepted.
  • Hours Most of our units operate year-round. We are available for guest 24x7, while staying. For property owners who are interested in working with us, please contact us via email for a consulation.

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