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Portland, Maine's West End Neighborhood is as trendy as Portland can get. And that's not a bad thing. I absolutely love it. It reminds me a lot of Chicago's North Side, which is probably the greatest major city neighborhood in America.

The West End is full of life, great restaurants, fun neighborhood dives and bars, good schools, and major hospitals. It's also a very short trip to downtown Portland, but far enough away to still give it a neighborhood feel.

There's no doubt the demand for homes and condos in the West End is very high. Fortunately for those who want in, there's a new listing that will attract any city neighborhood lover.

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Located at 90 Neal Street, this 19th Century brick home is an amazing find, especially in this housing market. The home features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, incredible wooden floors, numerous fireplaces, incredible loft, and just blocks from a park.

This home has tremendous character. Along with the amazing floors, the home's architecture, built-in bookshelves, brick façade, and outdoor hardscaping all add to the property's mystique.

Listed by William Davisson from Town & Shore Real Estate, this incredible turn of the century home could be yours for the asking price of $1.265 million. You can view the property profile here.

If you are looking for a true city-living experience in Portland, in a chic neighborhood, this is definitely the home for you.

Incredible Portland Turn of the Century Home for Sale

Looking for the city life in one of Portland's trendiest neighborhoods? Then this amazing turn of the century home is perfect for you.

Listed by William Davisson from Town & Shore Real Estate, this 4 bedroom, 3 bath home is 2700 square feet of beauty. Asking price for the amazing property is $1.265 million.

Take a Look Inside This Beautiful Historic Mansion For Sale in Portland, Maine

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