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143 Emery Mills Road , Shapleigh - ME 04076
Office: 1-207-850-1099

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About Karen Cudworth

Karen has been practicing real estate for 21 years, she worked formerly at Century 21 Shapleigh and then for Real Estate 2000 ME/NH in Shapleigh for 8 years.  She opened her own office in 2010 and has been very successful working with Local Folks and Summer Folks selling their waterfront properties.

Karen and her husband Scott bought land and built their home in Shapleigh in 1993. This is where they raised their 5 children and 4 little doggies.

Currently her husband Scott owns and operates Lakeside Sport & Marine in Shapleigh and our office Lakeside Realty LLC, is under the same roof where he shares his space with her and her team of experts. We are kind, reliable and dedicated to serving our clients to the best of our ability, and we look forward to serving you!

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