Located on the southernmost tip of the Western Promenade is Western Promenade's most regal and commanding Queen Anne-style homes that contribute to Portland's most intriguing historical landscape. Built from 1901-1905 and known ''The Castles.'' This historical home represents the vision of John W. Burrows and a mysterious architect whose identity is unknown. This singular home throughout, but the home's most striking feature is the array of stained glass throughout the home. Featuring many original details, this home has been meticulously cared for and restored to maintain its authentic character with new kitchen and baths the blend remarkably well with the original features of this fine home . The fireplaces in the living room and dining room are unique with beautiful tile surrounds as well as coved tray ceilings. Family room has stunning craftsman ceiling. The rounded and contoured rear porches are south facing and offer outstanding views of the Fore River and surrounding areas!