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Noble House Inn in Bridgton
In the Western Lakes Region, ME
Situated on a lovely 4.15 acre lot, the inn sits graciously perched above scenic Highland Lake in the foothills of New England’s Majestic White Mountains.
Originally a senator’s estate, this historic inn has been maintained with an eye toward preservation yet with all the comforts of 21st century living. It is surrounded by sprawling lawns and classic New England stone walls, towering oaks and a century-old pine grove.
The spacious lawn is perfect for tented events and outdoor enjoyment for guests, if they can manage to pull themselves away from the fantastic wrap around porch!
Guest rooms are spacious and all tastefully decorated, painted in warm neutrals, each with its own personality. All have en-suite baths, and the rooms on the main floor open up to the enclosed back screened in porch. Common areas include a very large parlor with comfortable seating and a grand piano. There’s a more casual den with a wood stove which is lovely in the off season. And the breakfast room is a bright room with windows overlooking the lawn. The breakfast room is also a great place to sit and play games or cards with friends and guests.
Noble House Inn is a viable business and an opportunity for new owners to move in, ramp up the marketing and take the business to the next level, particularly with events. The physical property is very well cared for.
At a Glance
- Built in 1903
- 4.15 acres
- 8 guest rooms with en-suite bath
- 3 fireplaces
- Large front parlor with grand piano
- Spacious ‘den’ with wood stove
- Sunny breakfast room with lots of windows and natural light
- Beautiful kitchen with granite counters, stainless gas stove, plenty of storage.
- Private office space directly upstairs from the Kitchen/Den area
- 2019 real estate taxes $6,262
- Map 43, Lot 18
- Zoning – Lakeside Neighborhood District
- Open Year Round
- Two room owner suite with two baths and private entrance from exterior or interior
Noble House Inn is located on a quiet side road in downtown Bridgton, a lovely, walkable resort community serving as the region’s hub. It is home to over seventy bodies of water, dozens of mountains and countless outdoor recreational opportunities. Centrally located just 35 miles from Portland, Freeport, the coast, and just 20 minutes from the White Mountains,
Bridgton is a cultural & tourism-based resort community offering access to ski resorts, performing arts venues, movie theaters, shopping, restaurants, museums, art galleries and academies. Main Street weaves a mile and a half through the heart of downtown Bridgton where most amenities can be found.