The Hichborn

Stockton Springs, ME   Offered for sale at $1,495,000

The Nathan G. Hichborn House is a historic house at 10 Church Street in Stockton Springs, Maine. Built in the 1850s, this Italianate structure is one of the community’s more architecturally sophisticated buildings, and is notable as the home of Nathan Hichborn, a local shipbuilder and politician who was responsible for the town’s separation from Prospect. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.

Now the location of a Farm to Table restaurant with an artsy vibe, The Hichborn House is located in the village of Stockton Springs, just south of US Route 1 and the Stockton Springs Community Church on the west side of Church Street. It is a 2+1/2-story wood-frame structure, with a hip roof, clapboard siding, and a stone foundation. The roof has broad eaves studded with paired brackets, has gabled dormers facing front, and is topped by an hexagonal cupola.

Last open as a B&B in 2007, how about bringing The Hichborn Inn back to life?!

Currently upstairs over the four dining rooms of the main house are 4 bedrooms, 2 with private, ensuite baths. There is another section in the ell over the middle dining room and kitchen with a bedroom and ensuite bath (where the current owners live), an office, and another full bath.

The barn could be renovated to add more inn rooms….6 Church Street could become inn rooms…it’s only up to your imagination on how this wonderful business can be expanded.

Property Details
  • 5 Guest Rooms
  • 4 Guest Room Baths
  • Has Owner's Quarters
  • Built in 1855
  • Last Renovated in 2023
  • Opened in 2007
  • Building is 4,300 SQFT
  • Lot is 0.51 Acres
  • Photo Gallery
  • Property Website
Financial Details
  • Offered for sale at $1,495,000
  • Occupancy Rate: with signed NDA
  • Average Daily Rate: with signed NDA
  • Terms: with signed NDA
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