Month: December 2008

Is the glass half full or half empty?

Winter in Maine…some say it’s gray, dreary, cold and long. I say it’s all how you look at things and it’s just beautiful. I am an eternal optimist. A blanket of fluffy snow on the ground and I’m ready to bundle up and head out with my camera. The silence of snow when you’re out …

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Portland’s Western Promenade…

My husband and I just came back from a quick trip down to Portland and I know I spoke about Portland just a few days ago, but this was one of those right time and place moments. There was just enough snow on the ground, hazy snowy skies, cold temperatures but everyone was still out …

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Let’s talk OWNERS QUARTERS…

Over the years, owner’s quarters have changed quite a bit. It was commonplace that innkeepers would occupy a room or two in the basement or on the same floor as the guest rooms and share common living rooms. But in more recent years we’ve seen a change. Many buyers have made the decision to leave …

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NEW LISTING MID-COAST MAINE!

This is Craignair’s view from their shorefront. This is one of the two buildings that make up Craignair Inn. Offered at $1,150,000, Craignair Inn is a mid-coast waterfront inn built in 1928 and was given a 2008 “FODOR’S CHOICE” rating. The room revenue is very solid with a nice supplemental revenue stream from the inn’s …

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