208 Vaughan Street, Portland.

208 VAUGHAN STREET, Portland — $1.495 million
4 units, 6,350 SF, built 1904

A John Calvin Stevens original on the West End, this home has been subdivided to five units, including one currently used as medical offices and another in the carriage house above a two-car garage. The south-facing carriage house has two-bedrooms and looks the most updated, with a contemporary, light-filled interior and front deck. The main house units are all one bedroom, while the commercial suite currently has two half-baths. Additional off-street parking in the lot. Listed by Tom Landry, Benchmark Real Estate. See the full listing.

147 Pleasant Avenue, Portland.

147 PLEASANT AVENUE, Portland — $1.95 million
6 units, 7,305 SF, built 1871

Located in Deering Center, the four two-bedrooms and two one-bedrooms here have been updated to varying degrees, but all retain some historic details like marble fireplaces, exposed brick, hardwood floors, and 12-foot ceilings on the first floor. Separated utilities will get investors a headstart on a possible condo conversion. Large parking lot, plenty of yard on the sides and rear for gardening. Recent $340,000 price drop. Listed by Peter Valcourt, The Atlantic Real Estate Network. See the full listing.

701 Congress Street, Portland. Multi-unit townhome for sale is on the left side of building.

701 CONGRESS STREET, Portland — $1.675 million
4 units, 3,882 SF, built 1892

Find four, updated one-bedroom units across three floors in this townhouse on a fun and busy stretch of Congress near Longfellow Square. Zoned for residential and business, there is an additional office space with half bath and one unit with a private deck on the first floor. The third-floor unit also has a private deck, plus some pretty nice views. Hardwood or tiled floors throughout. Basement laundry, no deeded parking, though rental spaces are nearby. Recent $25,000 price drop. Listed by John Murphy, The Real Estate Store. See the full listing.

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