The James Place Inn is a restored Victorian style home built in 1890 offering 6 guest rooms with ensuite baths, four with jetted tubs, one with a fireplace and deck, all comfortable and beautifully decorated. The inn sits on a quiet residential side street, but just a couple blocks to L.L. Bean and the heart of town.
Spacious and light filled rooms are uniquely decorated
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath owner's house attached, with deck, fireplace, radiant flooring, walk-in tiled/glass shower, wonderful kitchen and farm sink. And let's not forget the custom built wine cellar!
Not often does an urban inn in downtown Portland hit the market. There aren't many to begin with and they aren't issuing new licenses in this historic, renowned section of town. Portland is HOT right now.
This is West End Inn.
The beautifully restored West End Inn was designed by John Calvin Stevens and constructed in 1871. The townhouse-style building was originally purchased by Freedom Nash, a local stove dealer, and is rich in original architectural detail. It remained a private residence until 1984 when it was converted to a bed and breakfast.
The West End Inn proudly sits within Portland’s prestigious West End, a residential neighborhood renowned for its brick-lined avenues, historic architecture and refined character. Just two blocks from the Inn, the graceful Western Promenade boasts Olmsted-designed walkways and grand western views across Maine to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and beyond.
The impeccably maintained Victorian architecture of West End Inn is on strong display in the common dining and sitting rooms. Original details include twelve-foot ceilings adorned with anthemia medallions and large picture windows overlooking serene Pine and Neal Streets. The décor fully complements the inn’s innate architectural beauty with contemporary style.
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