On the Market: A Red Rowhouse in Portland
It's one of the colorful dwellings that makes up Stratton Place.
6 Stratton Place, Portland
Size: 2,202 square feet
If you’ve ever taken a leisurely stroll down the brick sidewalks of Portland, you’ve probably been stopped in your tracks by the colorful rowhouses at Stratton Place. Built in the 1840s, the group of 10 attached homes bear Greater Portland Landmark status.
Now there’s the rarely available chance to live in one of them. The red brick townhouse at 6 Stratton Place hit the market this week. With two bedrooms and three full baths, the place strikes a balance between antique appeal and contemporary comfort. There are built-in bookcases in the living room, plus a formal dining room off the kitchen, an office, and a finished basement. The property boasts water views from the third floor, not to mention parking for one vehicle and a shared outdoor green space.
Best of all? The home is situated across from the West End’s Victorian Mansion—one of Portland’s most charming house museums.
For information, contact Sue Lessard, Town & Shore Associates LLC, townandshore.com.
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