2 Bedrooms + Sleep Sofa in LR, 1 Bath - 1 off street parking space
Why Fredric Shotz chose Parkside
Location, location, location. This luxury apartment is just a 5 or 6 minute walk to more than twelve restaurants, Longfellow Square, Deering Oaks Park, (Farmer's Market every Saturday), the Art Museum, the Children's Museum, Maine Med and University of Southern Maine. Only a 15 minute walk to the Old Port and at least 20 more restaurants and bars. A quick fifteen minute drive brings you to beautiful Willard Beach or any of six other beaches, as well as Fort Williams Park, home of Portland Head Lighthouse, the oldest and one of the most picturesque in Maine. Drive an hour or two and you're within reach of more beautiful, scenic New England towns, beaches and mountains than you can see in a month So much to see and do, and 33 Deering Street is the perfect residence to enjoy it all.
What makes this Apartment unique
Please Note: Guests in the second bedroom must pass through the Master bedroom to use the rest of the apartment; living room, bathroom and kitchen. There is a door separating the two bedrooms. HOUSE RULES: No Smoking. All Quiet After 10PM In consideration of the very nice people who live upstairs and call this grand old townhouse home, we ask that from 10 PM, you keep the volume low enough to let them get their sleep. If you don't think you can comply with this rule, we suggest you select another one of Portland's fine accommodations.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
West End Portland rocks
My husband and I are still revisiting our great 5-day visit to Portland a week after returning to Connecticut. We stayed at this lovely older condo in a neighborhood full of period townhouses that remind me of Back Bay Boston. The property is on a busy corner at State and Deering, but the house is so well-built that morning traffic did not intrude on our visit. Restaurants and galleries in the area are top notch --especially the Portland Art Museum and the King Roll sushi place on the corner of Congress and State (the best sushi I've had outside Japan). I also liked being away from the tourist crush of Commercial Street which is within walking distance. It's all 5 stars. (I gave 4 stars for accuracy of online listing only because I think it's important to point out there that the townhouse sits on the corner of a very steep main street.) At the end of the day, though, let me say that I can't wait to return to this place.
Just as described
This property was a great find! Everything about the description is accurate -- the apartment is beautiful and has absolutely everything you need. Fredric is a delightful host. We also loved the location -- away from the main tourist areas but in a great neighborhood close to restaurants.
I booked this place for a girl's trip and it was so perfect! Frederic is extremely accommodating and knows a lot about the area. Bathroom was fully stocked and the place is incredibly cute
Lovely visit to Portland
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Portland. The property was lovely and very comfortable; we looked forward to going back and relaxing at the end of each day. The written list of the owner's recommendations was very helpful - one evening we ordered take-out from one of the listed restaurants and it was yummy. The location was very convenient. We had a nice walk to and from Commercial Street on our first day, which was very pleasant and manageable.
On our last day Fredric recommended the ferry ride out to Peaks Island for lunch. It was a delightful trip and we enjoyed lunch on the porch at the inn, which is in walking distance from the dock. We wouldn't have known to do this if it hadn't been recommended. It was a wonderful way to end our trip to Portland.
We enjoyed our stay very much and highly recommend this property.
A 5-star hotel experience with the comforts of home
Love historic architecture? Luxurious hotel linens, beds, and furnishings? A downtown nest close to all the hippest shops and restaurants? A safe neighborhood for walking, jogging, and parking? Then quit looking at any other listings and just book this incredible apartment! My husband and two boys (aged 5 and 6) couldn’t have loved this place more. We ate ourselves sick at the amazing local eateries and slept like babies on the soft mattresses in the quiet of the thick old plaster walls of this majestic townhouse. We appreciated the dedicated off-street parking space, and the quick and congenial communications with the owner. All our needs were met, and more. The next time we come to Portland - and yes, there will be a next time - we hope this will be our home away from home. And meeting the host poodles were the highlight of our trip!
Nice and convenient
The property is convenient and well-kept property that was within a 2 min Uber ride to any location one would care to see in Portland. The owner was very responsive, kind, and accommodating. Feel free to book without hesitation.
Location, location, location. This luxury apartment is just a 5 or 6 minute walk to more than twelve restaurants, Longfellow Square, Deering Oaks Park, (Farmer's Market every Saturday), the Art Museum, the Children's Museum, Maine Med and University of Southern Maine. Only a 15 minute walk to the Old Port, the Ferry Dock, and at least 20 more restaurants and bars. A quick fifteen minute drive brings you to beautiful Willard Beach or any of six other beaches, as well as Fort Williams Park, home of Portland Head Lighthouse, the oldest and one of the most picturesque in Maine.
Drive an hour or two and you're within reach of more beautiful, scenic New England towns, beaches, mountains and ski resorts than you can possibly see in a month
So much to see and do, and 33 Deering Street is the perfect residence to enjoy it all.