Historic House Listings

Sold. 13 bedrooms! Circa 1892 in Bangor, Maine. $183,222

August 9, 2020

This is a big house! I would take it back to single family. This home was built in 1892. It is located in Bangor, Maine. The home has original moldings, beautiful stained glass, nice mantels and a grand staircase. There are mountain views from the house. Two blocks away from Stephen King’s mansion! Thirteen bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 6,461 square feet. $183,222

Contact Philip Cormier with Keller Williams: 207-745-7070

From the Zillow listing:


pays for itself as partial rentals with 4 livable floors plus second building Possible group home(has needed lot size and grandfathered history as hospital and group home) with upgrade of existing sprinkler system. Recently upgraded to Bangor Code requirements with addition of hard wired alarms in all bedrooms. Has four fully equipped kitchens. Originally built by wealthy sea captain/judge with exquisite stained glass windows and elaborate woodwork and four beautiful tiled fireplaces–two of which have Roman motif artwork tiles. Views of southern mountains from 3 picture windows on second floor. Sitting porch. Sits at top of a hill, high and dry on block granite foundation . Close to downtown, Cross stadium, the Bangor Waterfront and river park, which offers with summer concerts and the annual Folk Music festival, the Hollywood casino, Bangor’s excellent John Bapst High School, Fifth Street middle school, Bangor’s fine library and post office and excellent supermarket offering a lot of organic produce–all 3 minutes drive away. Across the street is the Hannibal Hamlin mansion. Two blocks south of Stephen King’s mansions, Excellent neighborhood of well maintained properties. For safety is 3 minutes drive from Bangor Police Station and Bangor Fire station. 8 minutes from two hospitals. Downtown are many fine restaurants as well as popular chains:Subway, MacDonals, Tim Horton’s. The Bangor Mall is convenient also via Interstate 95 it is just 15 minutes’ drive. Just 7 minutes drive you are in farm country. Deep woods just a half hour to an hour away by car. Many lakes to fish. The best of both worlds, town and country within easy reach.


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