Now offered at $1,295,000 a substantial price reduction ($100k) for such a meticulously maintained inn. A new owner can come back from the closing table and welcome guests that evening.
This is as turnkey as it gets.
Recent additions include: new boiler fall, 2017; complete asbestos abatement fall, 2017, new porch roof by 2017 year end (which will complete all roof work, gutters soffits, including an entire slate roof restoration in the last 5-10 years). The entire exterior clapboard and all trim has been freshly painted (and replaced where needed) over the past few years, not just a side or two, and there are a lot of sides (and rooflines) to this historic Painted Lady!
The physical plant of this historic inn is positioned for a new buyer not to have concern about anything but the business of innkeeping.
This is The Craignair Inn, a full service waterfront inn on Clark Cove in Spruce Head, Maine.
There are 21 guest rooms in two buildings (13 in the main inn, 8 in the annex), a 45 seat restaurant, 2 bedroom 2 bath owner's quarters and wonderful venue for small events and weddings. The annex and restaurant are open May-October, but the inn is open year round. Views from the porch, the owner's quarters, many rooms, the grounds. A beautiful, quiet spot at the end of a quiet residential road, but only 15 minutes to Rockland.
Strong, financially viable business. For more details, check out the online offering below. Contact me with any questions. And thanks for browsing!
Gorgeous paint colors are different in each room, and each has its own style. All are spacious and comfortable with lovely natural light. Common rooms are also spacious and comfortable with plenty of natural light. The outdoor dining deck is popular at breakfast or any time of day.
Imagine taking a great walk on one of the beaches located within thirty minutes of Freeport, or hiking one of the many beautiful parks nearby. Guests and innkeepers alike can enjoy lobster shacks and lighthouses, beaches and waves, windjammers and museums that surround James Place Inn. It's not just about L.L. Bean!
The inn has 7 guest rooms with ensuite baths, 4 with jetted tubs, 1 with a European style walk-in tiled shower, 1 with a fireplace.
A bonus of this offering is an owner's home built in 2001 with 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, living room with fireplace, open kitchen/dining room, radiant floors, walk-in shower, spacious laundry room with cabinetry.
This highly regarded neighborhood in downtown Portland does not issue new B&B licenses; any operating inn in this zone has been grandfathered. These urban style inns are in demand!
This is West End Inn.
This beautiful 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.
Within short walking distance of the inn are excellent restaurants, shops and Portland’s vibrant Arts District and the Portland Museum of Art. Walking from the Inn to the Old Port District takes about 20 minutes.
There are 6 guest rooms (one with a private deck), a lovely dining room and sitting room with fireplace. The chic decor is both eye catching and relaxing.
This is a buyer's opportunity to live in a vibrant, thriving and ever growing town and become immersed in all that Portland has to offer.
A big congratulations goes out to seller Jackie Hogg and John Atkinson and buyer Sarah Dunagan on the transfer of this beautiful property today.
The buyer has wonderful plans to take the inn to the next level with B&B stays, events and weddings. And eventually they plan to offer dinner. It will be a great addition to the region.
I was pleased to work with both buyer and seller as a Disclosed Dual Agent and wish Jackie well in her future endeavors and Sarah the best of luck with the 1774 Inn. And welcome to the world of innkeeping, Sarah!
We are pleased to announce the sale of Camden's Windward House Bed and Breakfast today! Sellers Kristen and Jesse Bifulco passed along this lovely and well cared for inn to Matt Dempsey and Dan Hall. I represented the sellers and Eliot Dalton, a B&B Team affiliate, represented the buyers.
WELCOME TO THE INNKEEPING WORLD, MATT and DAN! We hope you enjoy Maine, the way life should be.