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Intown: The historic Old Port and Arts District.
Follow Congress Street into downtown Portland’s renowned Arts District, where you’ll find the world-class Portland Museum of Art and scores of vibrant independent galleries. The Portland Symphony, Portland Stage Company and PORT Opera offer other cultural diversions, as do the many small bookstores, coffee shops, antique stores, boutiques and trendy restaurants. Walk towards the water to explore Portland’s Old Port, where fishing boats, cobblestoned streets and charming early American architecture meet modern-day shopping and dining delights. See points of interest and web links forintown Portland here.
The West End: Serene, residential and very chic.
Our State Street and Park Street properties locate you in Portland’s very desirable West End, where grand mansions by John Calvin Stevens sit alongside 18th-century capes, charming Victorian row homes, corner shops, bistros and neighborhood restaurants. Stroll the shaded brick sidewalks admiring the stunning architecture, and take in the sunset from the public park on the Western Promenade. See points of interest and web links for Portland’s West End here.
The East End: Stunning ocean views and a vibrant city scene.
Our East End properties put you steps from Portland’s Eastern Promenade and East End Beach. The breathtaking sweep of Casco Bay visible from the Promenade is just one of the East End’s many delights. Lovely historic residences, art galleries, renowned restaurants, performing arts venues and nationally recognized shops are around every corner! See points of interest and web links for Portland’s East End here.
Greater Portland: From lighthouses to the mountains.
A quick drive outside the city can take you to the breathtaking lighthouse and ocean views of Cape Elizabeth, the popular outlet stores of Freeport, or to pick apples or watch maple sugaring at a local farm. Incredible hiking, kayaking, skiing, camping and boating are all close by.