Built ca: 1864 (maybe)
A much-altered Second Empire on the Eastern Promenade side of Munjoy Hill. Continue reading
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Edward H. Elwell ca. 1875. Maine Memory Network
“The beauty and comfort of houses, dwellings, and abodes of citizens are important, because these are of an infinite number and they make up the city”
Built ca 1906 for Captain Lincoln Jewett. Design by John Calvin and John Howard Stevens
A handsome Queen-Anne in the Coyle Park neighborhood. Continue reading
Built ca: 1830. Probably built by Joseph Ilsley.
A simple, late period, Federal in the Park-Pleasant Street neighborhood Continue reading
Built ca: 1910 for Arthur and Frances Champlin. Design by John Calvin and John Howard Stevens.
A large brick Colonial Revival in the West End Historic District.
Built ca: 1849 by Ira Brett
A modest brick Greek Revival in the Bayside neighborhood. Continue reading
Built ca: 1900 by the West End Land Company
A small Queen Anne in the Libby’s Corner neighborhood Continue reading
Built ca 1910 for Frederic Dudley. Design by Miller and Mayo.
An imposing Colonial Revival in the Longfellow Highlands neighborhood.
Built ca 1867 for John Barbour & Jane Barbour Staples.
A fine, if somewhat remuddled, Second Empire double house in the India Street neighborhood.