A Completely Unique 55+ Active Adult Lifestyle Community; A National Destination

Highland Green (HG) is unlike any other place. It has attracted residents from 32 different U.S. states and counting. That’s amazing.

HG people experience a resident-driven active lifestyle and a wider age range than they could find in a traditional service-driven retirement community.

And even though HG folks enjoy lower-maintenance living, they have custom-built free-standing homes unavailable elsewhere.

HG is a vast 635-acre oasis of natural beauty and community. The incorporation of a 230-acre nature preserve into the development is unprecedented and nationally award-winning.

Yet it is right next to a college town, nearby the Maine coast, and convenient to all amenities.


 

Video Tour of Highland Green & New Construction Home Sites


Upcoming Events



Thursday, February 20, 2020

Designing & Building Your New Home at HG


2:00-5:30pm @ HG Community Center (7 Evergreen Circle, Topsham ME 04086)

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Thursday, February 27, 2020

Downsizing: Making The Move

*Rescheduled from 2/6/20 due to inclement weather

2:00-3:30pm @ HG Community Center (7 Evergreen Circle, Topsham ME 04086)

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Thursday, March 19, 2020

The Enclave Presentation 

2:00-3:30pm @ HG Community Center (7 Evergreen Circle, Topsham ME 04086)

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Highland Green Lifestyle Blog

Downeast.com Spotlight:

December 27, 2019 by wpengine

Residents at Highland Green, Topsham’s 55-and-up residential community, are active and enthusiastic volunteers — as the folks at Maine Maritime Museum can tell you. When Pat Friedman, manager of corporate relations at Bath’s Maine Maritime Museum, met recently with a representative from Highland Green, the two talked about the high number of volunteers that come to the museum from HG, as residents affectionately call their community. Dozens of HG residents help out at the museum as docents, tour guides, board members, and benefactors. Of late, many have been working on the restoration or interpretive program of the Mary E, the oldest Maine-built fishing schooner still afloat. Originally built in 1906, the Mary E was officially Read More