ABOUT STABLE RIDGE
What is the vision of Stable Ridge?
Stable Ridge strives to provide a safe and desirable family neighborhood within the Auburn community. Traditional is not reserved for single family residential alone, but rather a mix of single family and multi-family, giving those who chose the convenience of renting an opportunity to live in a beautiful neighborhood development amongst other beautifully crafted and well-maintained homes.
What makes our location unique?
Stable Ridge is well positioned on 14 acres parallel to three of Auburn's most desirable single family residential developments. It offers an abundance of green space and landscape and is just walking distance from the Elementary, Middle and soon to be newly constructed Edward Little High School. Our property offers direct access to over 100 acres of cross-country ski, biking and walking trails as well as a community garden space and family picnic/grill area.
Watch this fly through video rendering of the entire Stable Ridge development.
City of Auburn, Maine
Auburn is one of Maine’s Twin Cities, but it has plenty to offer in its own right. The history of the city is one common to many throughout Maine – a settlement along the river that thrived as mills and factories attracted immigrant populations to the area. Even as the industries that led to Auburn’s growth have declined and left the city, it remains one of Maine’s bigger cities. With a population of around 23,000, Auburn is bigger than the state capital of Augusta.
Auburn is close to major highways including Interstate 95, as well as Routes 202 and Route 4 which provide easy access to larger cities.
Shopping & Dining
Auburn offers many chain restaurants mixed in with some local pubs and grills, large grocery shopping or wholesale membership stores, home goods stores, novelty and thrift shops.
Auburn is also home to many numerous large companies that draw people to the city for employment opportunities.
Though it’s a city on the smaller side by national standards, Auburn has plenty to offer in the way of cultural attractions; a community theater Community Little Theater (performances since 1940), historic buildings with tours, a historic society. Visit the chamber of commerce to learn more: https://lametrochamber.com/
Auburn is not far from the lakes or mountains! Indoors or outdoors, Auburn has a way for you to stay active. Walking, biking or running on the Auburn Riverwalk or Mount Apitate Park, Norway Savings Bank Sports Arena, skiing, golfing, all within minutes of Stable Ridge.
Exploring Auburn Maine
Auburn acts as a service center as well as a cultural, educational and recreational center. It is a thriving community with much to offer residents, commuters, and tourists alike.
Throughout the year Auburn plays host to special events. The Winter Festival brings the community together and encourages people to get outside during the colder months. Art in the Park is a day for people to appreciate artwork and meet artists while enjoying live music on a summer day in Maine. The annual Great Falls Balloon Festival is put on by Auburn and Lewiston and balloons rise on either side of the Androscoggin over the course of a summer weekend. The sights are impressive – whether it’s seeing the balloons lined up on the ground, waiting to fly, or the balloons actually in the air floating above Maine’s Twin Cities and the Androscoggin River. In addition to the impressive balloon launches, a carnival and family fun day are part of the festivities.
Auburn is home to seven public elementary schools, one public middle school, and the NEW Edward Little local public high school. St. Dominic’s is the local Catholic high school, drawing students from outside of Auburn who want a private education. Central Maine Community College draws students from the region for higher education. The school offers in-person and online courses, as well as opportunities for high school students to earn college credits. They proudly advertise that they offer some of the lowest tuition rates in New England.
While Auburn does not have a hospital within its city limits, both St. Mary’s and Central Maine Medical Center are nearby, just across the river in Lewiston. Auburn does have St. Mary’s campus that offers some medical care. The Auburn campus includes radiology and lab services, cardiac and physical rehab, as well as an internal adult medicine practice. Auburn residents have many local options for primary care, as well as dentists, optometrists, and other medical specialties.