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Historic Houses around Portland, Maine
 
 
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Wadsworth-Longfellow House
489 Congress Street, Portland, ME, 04101, United States
The Wadsworth–Longfellow House is an important architectural artifact of New England's past. Originally a two–story structure with a pitched roof, it was the first wholly brick dwelling in Portland. Henry's parents added a third story in 1815. The only...
0.3 miles Historic House
McLellan-Sweat Mansion
111 High Street, Portland, ME, 04101, United States
Constructed in 1800-1801 for shipping magnate Major Hugh McLellan, the brick mansion was designed by John Kimball, Sr., an architect/housewright originally from Ipswich, Massachusetts. The cost was $20,000. After a change of owners, the property was purchased in 1880...
0.5 miles Historic House
Victoria Mansion
109 Danforth Street, Portland, ME, 04101, United States
Victoria Mansion is a landmark example of American residential architecture located in downtown Portland, Maine, United States. The brownstone exterior, elaborate interior design, opulent furnishings and early technological conveniences provide a detailed portrait of...
0.6 miles Historic House
Neal Dow Memorial
714 Congress Street, Portland, ME, 04103, United States
The Neal Dow Memorial was the lifelong home of Neal Dow, one of the great men of the reform movement of the nineteenth century. The late Federal style mansion was built in 1829 for the occupancy of Neal Dow and his bride, Maria Cornelia Durant Maynard. The...
0.8 miles Historic House
Tate House Museum
1267 Westbrook Street, Portland, ME, 04102, United States
Tate House was built in 1755 for Captain George Tate (1700-1794) and his family, who had recently arrived in the Colonies from Britain. With its clapboards still unpainted, Tate House is one of two residences in Maine with an unusual indented gambrel roof. As the...
2.8 miles Historic House
Baxter House Museum
67 South Street, Gorham, ME, 04038, United States
The building that is now the Baxter House Museum was first built in 1797 by the carpenter Isaac Gilkey, and passed through several hands before being purchased by Dr. Elihu Baxter in 1812. Dr. Baxter's family later moved to China, Maine, eventually to Portland. Dr....
9.4 miles Historic House
Eagle Island State Historic Site
Eagle Island, ME, 04079, United States
Nestled a few miles off the coast of Maine, Eagle Island State Historic Site receives about 6,000 visitors each season who tour the summer home of North Pole Explorer Admiral Robert Peary. Purchased in 1881 for $200, the island provides a perfect perch for Peary's...
10.8 miles Historic House
Marrett House
40 Ossipee Trail East, Standish, ME, 04084, United States
Marrett House is a historic home in Standish, Maine, USA, now owned and operated as a house museum by Historic New England. In 1796, as a young man and recent graduate from Harvard University, Daniel Marrett moved to Standish to become the town parson. The house he...
15.5 miles Historic House
Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum
226 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME, 04011, United States
The Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum was the home of American Civil War general, Bowdoin College president, and Maine governor Joshua L. Chamberlain for over 50 years.
22.7 miles Historic House
Skolfield-Whittier House
161 Park Row, Brunswick, ME, 04011, United States
The Skolfield-Whittier House is a Victorian museum of the Pejepscot Historical Society in Brunswick, Maine. It is often referred to as a "time capsule" because it has been virtually untouched since the Victorian era.
22.9 miles Historic House
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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