Portland, Maine's West End Neighborhood is as trendy as Portland can get. And that's not a bad thing. I absolutely love it. It reminds me a lot of Chicago's North Side, which is probably the greatest major city neighborhood in America.

The West End is full of life, great restaurants, fun neighborhood dives and bars, good schools, and major hospitals. It's also a very short trip to downtown Portland, but far enough away to still give it a neighborhood feel.

There's no doubt the demand for homes and condos in the West End is very high. Fortunately for those who want in, there's a new listing that will attract any city neighborhood lover.

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Located at 15 Clifford St is a multi-unit building with a lot character and charm. Designed by famed architect John Calvin Stevens, the brick building wows with its sleek design in the wonderful old neighborhood.

The condo unit has a footprint of nearly 2,200 square feet. It features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a shared foyer, fireplace, state-of-the-art kitchen, galley, laundry room, marble countertops, off-street parking, hardwood and terrazzo floors, and a location that can't be beat.

The condo is just footsteps from parks, amazing restaurants, schools, coffee shops, and even a hospital. If you are looking for a true city living experience in a chic Portland neighborhood, this is definitely the home for you.

The asking price for the unique condo unit is $825,000, and the place is listed by Elise Loschiavo, Vitalius Real Estate Group. You can find out more info here.

More images of this amazing condo can be found below.

Rare Condo in Portland's Trendy West End For Sale

Looking for true city living in a trendy neighborhood? Then this 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo in Portland's West End is for you. Its a beautiful find in a historic building. And the location is ideal.

The asking price is $825,000. The condo is listed by Elise Loschiavo, Vitalius Real Estate Group. You can find out more info here.

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