Portland, ME Offered for sale at $1,750,000
Portland isn’t just known for lighthouses, blueberries, and lobster. Indulge at award-winning restaurants and breweries, hit the shopping district, visit the culturally rich historical sites, enjoy the abundant nature, and sight see at the Old Port. A visit to Portland will be anything but ordinary.
Award-winning foodie restaurants can be found around every corner and farmers markets run the town. The Arts District, just south of Old Port, is home to world-class art galleries, theaters, museums, and is overflowing with culture, so much that the rest of Portland can’t help but reflect the thriving art scene.
Portland was named “Restaurant City of the Year” by Bon Appetite Magazine in 201! The city has become a destination for the food scene and is viewed by many to exceed Boston for its quality dining. There’s a culture here of eating out and supporting the local culinary scene. The number of really good restaurants in Portland is mind-boggling, and new chefs and restaurants are always arriving on the scene, many award winning.
Many of the home’s original architectural features remain in tact, i.e., trompe l’oeil paintings by Charles Schumacher in the entry hallway, opulent plaster moldings on the main and second level. The grand staircase with its’ carved pineapple newel post and the massive walnut pocket doors between the original parlor and the dining room. Antique ornate chandeliers grace many rooms and hallways in the Inn.
The details in this historic home are just stunning.
The Inn has six large guest rooms on the second and third floors all with closets and en-suite bathrooms, state of the art Mitsubishi mini-split heat pumps and electric fireplaces. Five rooms have queen beds and one room a king. Rooms three and six have private hallways that create a suite-like feel for guests. Each guest room is individually decorated and freshly painted.
- Offered for sale at $1,750,000
- Terms: Financial details provided to qualified buyer with signed NDA