Sunny, one bedroom, one bath condo located in 1835 red brick brownstone which is listed on the Historic Register-- nestled into Portland's Historic West End. Situated very near the Old Port. Brick lined sidewalks, magnificent churches, historical sights all nearby. 1000 square foot condo (two floors) Elevator from ground floor is furnished with Vermont Antiques, new Queen bed and mattress, new double pull out sofa. Condo is two floors and the Master Bedroom with Queen Bed is upstairs. Sunny East facing windows overlook Portland's harbor and waterfront - a view from every window. Hardwood floors and gas fireplace. Newly painted walls. New televisions, DVR, cable and WI-FI.
Two windows upstairs have view of Casco Bay On the fourth is the living room, kitchen area, dining area, and TV area. The kitchen is fully equipped with dishwasher, fridge, electric stove, coffe maker, toaster oven, microwave. All linens and sheets are provided.
Elevator in building. Basement has washer/dryer,(requires coins). Parking is off street, on site, safe, well lit and private.
You will love walking only minutes to the Children's Museum of Portland, the Portland Museum of Art, Commercial Street ( waterfront, ferries, fishing) and Congress Street (Maine College of Art, churches, Starbucks, Maine Historical Museum, Portland Library, Wadsworth Longfellow House,Parks, Art galleries, and shopping).Victoria Mansion is a block away. The city is decorated for Thanksgiving and Christmas in Victorian Style. The Maine Mall is only minutes away by car. Western Promenade and Eastern Promenade offer views of the bay and surrounding islands.
Fine dining and casual dining offer the best of organic Maine produce. Portland is a 'localvore' city. Fish and lobster are fresh from the ocean. Delicious bakeries and ethnic markets. Some favorites within walking distance: Duck Fat, King of the Roll, Sapporos, DiMillos, Fore Street, Local 188, Ben-Kay, Sebago Brewing, and so many others. Also great fish stores, Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Miccucci Italian Deli, Gorgeous Gelato, Fat Cat Bakery and on and on.
Keywords: In Town Condo in Historic West End ,walking distance to everything!
From Vermont, our family has always vacationed in Maine on the coast. My grandfather was a minister in town and is buried here. From the first time we visited Portland we loved it. Foghorns, sunny days, walks on the beach or a good book by the fire all satisfy. Seafood - a favorite of ours abounds.
when we walked into the condo it was a 'wow' moment. It is very serene, and yet in the middle of downtown and only minutes away from almost anything to do in Portland. Walking distance to the Old Port. Read a book by the fireplace, snooze, a view from every window keeps things lively. Our son moved into the condo when he was at USM majoring in Jazz saxaphone.
Unique and acclaimed restaurants. Eat fresh fruit, vegeatbles and fish. LOBSTER. Walk and admire the architecture. Ride bikes all over the city. Take a drive to a beach. Portland is like a small oasis in a vast landscape of beaches, rocks, skyblue, sunsets, parks and streams.
Close to Maine Historical Society; Longfellow Square;
Historic Victorian Mansion; fishing, Maine Mall; Casco Bay Ferry to islands; Five miles to Portlands Jet Port. Portland Museum of Art, Portland Children's museum, within sight. bike and hiking, Extensive trails, Audubon Society, one half hour to Kennebunkport, Old Orchard Beach, and Freeport shops. Portland Historical Sightseeing tours,. Congress Street has galleries, shops, dining, Longfellow Sq., Longfollow Historical Home, Portland Library,,, All within Walking Distance from Condo. Commercial Street-one block away- is the old fishing district, still fish stores LOBSTER, restaurants, shops and galleries. Walk to Eastern Promenade which hosts biking, driving, walking, park and views of Casco Bay towards islands. Watch the barges, sailboats, ferries,listen to the fog horns. See the old forts still obvious in Casco Bay. Portland is called a FOODIE TOWN great reviews in NYT, Martha Stewart,Food and Wine, Downeast Magazine.
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