Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday condo in Portland - Arts Dist. Historic Victorian
1 bedroom, 1 bath with tub, sleeps 3 (1 on fold out couch in study)
Beautiful first-floor condo in 1858 brick Victorian(French 2nd Empire architecture) on Deering Street, one of Portland's most notable and historic tree-lined streets.
Wake to breakfast in the cozy breakfast nook with your complementary Coffee By Design coffee, relax in the comfortably elegant 22 X 17 living room on 2 - 6' couches with flat screen TV and bose music, enjoy cooking in the large, fully equipped kitchen (gas stove) and end your day in a soothing and cozy bedroom with queen bed. Original moldings, 12ft high ceilings and wood floors complete the experience of historic Portland. Step out to Portland's diverse and vibrant arts venues, restaurants, farmer's markets and Portland Sea Dogs baseball (the Red Sox Double A Minor League team) while enjoying city living in comfort.
Our condo is furnished with a mix of antiques, local art and new discoveries. Off-street parking, linens, laundry and available cleaning service make your stay easy and comfortable.
You are minutes to many of the features that have made Portland one of the US's favorite small cities. Within a 10 minute walk acclaimed restaurants, the I.M.Pei-designed Museum of Art and Victorian Mansion as well as the Longfellow Square and State Theatre music venues or the Deering Oaks Farmers Market every Saturday morning. A 15 minute walk will take you to Hadlock Field, home to the Red Sox's AA team the Portland Seadogs or to Portland’s Old Port District and Casco Bay Lines where you can hop a ferry to the islands of Casco Bay. You are a mile to Whole Foods and Trader Joes and just a short drive over the Casco Bay Bridge to Cape Elizabeth's white sand beaches, and the country's most photographed lighthouse, Portland Headlight.
To compliment your Portland exploration, we are including a copy of the Sunrise Guide, a great 'green' coupon book with many terrific discounts.
- non smoking only
- not suitable for elderly or infirm
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Tony retired from a 27 years law practice to operate his own real estate services company, specializing in Buyer Agency for those seeking Portland and Maine Coast Properties. www.tonyholtrealestate.com
Deb is a professional communications consultant and Kripalu yoga teacher who just launched a business, Practice, bringing yoga-based wellness strategies to people who work, live and play in Portland.
We wanted to live where we didn't need to use a car for anything, and we wanted to be close to everything we enjoy, from arts and entertainment to ocean going activities. And by Amtrak we can be in Boston is 2 hours.
What we love the most is the feeling of volume in all the rooms, which are large and have 12 foot ceilings with a very cozy, quiet bedroom.
And living so close to all the wonderful restaurants both in our neighborhood and beyond... what can we say about all those wonderful restaurants...yum!