Incorporated in 1813, Sweden, Maine, is a small town on the western border of the state. It is part of Oxford County. Its has a population of 391 per the latest census count in 2010. This is a beautiful town set among rolling hills, forests, and ponds.
Homes are modest, on very large plots of land. Median home values are on par with the state average, while median incomes are well below the state average. But overall, the cost of living in the area is quite low.
Sweden even has its own unofficial web site, and anyone who loves a beautiful natural setting, hunting and fishing, and watching wildlife in its natural setting, will love living in or visiting this scenic small town.