Camden Maine’s Norumbega Inn
The grandeur of this property will captivate and fascinate you!
Sold 2012. The grandeur Camden Maine’s Norumbega Inn will captivate and fascinate you! Overlooking the coast of Penobscot Bay, Norumbega Inn enjoys a spectacular panoramic view of the bay, the ocean, and the islands of Camden Harbor. The twelve guest room (9 rooms plus 3 suites) 19th Century stone and wood castle exude a charm and elegance of a bygone era. Touches of old-world artistry, throughout the house feature rich wood paneling, coffered ceilings, stained glass windows, carved gothic fireplaces, balconies, and turrets. The public rooms include a grand dining room, music room, parlor, library, and the enchanting ‘courting’ alcove.
The Inn has a commercial kitchen conveniently located next to a sunny breakfast room overlooking the rear lawns and gardens. On the lower walk-out garden level floor there is an office, gathering room, another guest room, and 2 room / 2 bathroom guest suite which could easily become spacious owner’s quarters for the new owners and future stewards of the Norumbega.
Camden is a highly desirable destination for tourists and residents. The property’s location in a lovely residential neighborhood is just a short walk to Camden with its unique shops and restaurants. The charming historic village is also a convenient base to explore other areas of Maine.
Since the mid-1980’s the property has been run as a bed and breakfast and has closed at the end of the 2011 season. In its heyday, the Inn was doing in excess of $500,000 in revenues. Today, the Norumbega is searching for new and energetic Innkeepers to restore this truly one-of-a-kind property to its former glory.
Camden Maine’s Norumbegan Inn was offered for sale exclusively by The B&B Team® for $1,590,000 and sold in 2012. The B&B Team represented both sellers and buyers in the transaction. For details, please contact The B&B Team at 877-957-2360 or email us here.
- $1 Million to $2 Million
- New England
- 11 - 20 Rooms
- Bed & Breakfast
- Water View