Historic House Listings

The West Mansion, Circa 1912. Over 12,000 square feet in Maine. $2,995,000

May 30, 2020

What a stunning home! How about that staircase! The West Mansion was built in 1912. It is located on .55 acres in Portland, Maine. This Georgian Revival was designed by architect, Frederick A. Thompson. There are views of the Fore River and surrounding mountains. The grand oak staircase goes up three floors. There are Tiffany light fixtures and Tiffany stained glass. This home even has silk wall coverings! Seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and 12,174 square feet. $2,995,000

Contact David Jones with F.O. Bailey Real Estate: 207-650-3455

From the Zillow listing:


The West Mansion: Portland’s iconic Georgian revival-style home designed by renowned architect, Frederick A. Thompson. With panoramic views of the Fore River and beyond to the White Mountains, this 13,674-square-foot home features 24 rooms, 7 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and 10 wood burning fireplaces. Six striking 30-foot white granite columns set the stage for the eye-catching exterior. Inside, an elaborate oak staircase is a centerpiece for three stories of grand-scale rooms, oak floors, Tiffany light fixtures, intricately stained glass rumored to be Tiffany, mahogany wainscoting, silk walls, beamed ceilings, and more. Enjoy a gourmet kitchen outfitted with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, endless rooms for entertaining, and three options for en suite master bedrooms. This is your opportunity to own the most prominent residence built in Portland’s historic district.


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