Historic Gardiner on the Kennebec
Gardiner is an unspoiled, authentic New England community with a historic downtown located within a half hour of Maine’s famous midcoast region and just a 45-minute drive from Portland. From art and music festivals to Gardiner's famous Swine & Stein Octoberfest, you'll experience Maine’s best-kept secret in Gardiner!
289 Water Street is located in the heart of Gardiner's downtown and, like many of Gardiner's Water Street buildings, has a unique history:
1894 Maine Water Company
1895 Oakland National Bank
1910 Henry Farrington (Lawyer)
1915 National Bank of Gardiner
1955 Andrews Taxi Co.
1955 Gardiner Fruit
ABOUT SWEET CAROLYNN
Blue line by day, ice cream mavin by night!
Carolynn Taylor, owner of Sweet Carolynn's, is a true renaissance woman. A member of the Gardiner Police Department, Carolynn is a School Resource Office at Gardiner Middle School by day and restauranteur by night. Her Italian family cultivated a love of sharing good with great people, and Sweet Carolynn's is her venue to do just that!