A tour inside
- Owner: Cosmas Papastavrou
- Address: 310 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, ME 04055
- Legal Description: Book 21130, page 267 of Cumberland County Registry of Deeds
- Taxes: $6,493 (2017)
- Deed: Warranty
- Land: 1.42 acres
- Zoning: Commercial
- Designated use: Hotel/Motel
- Construction: Wood frame
- Siding: Vinyl
- Roof: Composition shingle (2009)
- Windows: Thermal pane replacement
- Flooring: vinyl, tile, carpet
- HVAC: Hot water baseboard, AC window units
- Hot water: Off heating system
- Fuel: Propane, Oil (propane cooking)
- TV/Internet: Cable/Wireless throughout
- Water/Sewer: Private
- 9 motel units (8 single and double rooms plus 1 efficiency with kitchen)
- Built in 1960
- Large, sloping lawn with mature trees and plenty of area for outdoor entertaining
- Large, private backyard
- Great visibility on Route 302 (Roosevelt Trail)
- Spacious owner’s apartment connected through the front office/check-in
- Large paved parking area along length of the motel and on the side as well
The owner's apartment at Romah Motor Inn offers privacy with 2 bedrooms with 1 bath, a private deck, spacious kitchen, living room with wood burning fireplace, dining room, laundry, storage, 2 car garage, plenty of space! New ceramic floors, new dishwasher, new range! For a lodging property in this price range, such owner's space is a nice perk.
area location, access and visibility
Romah Motor Inn is about 15 minutes from Bridgton, 40 minutes from Portland, 45 minutes from North Conway, New Hampshire, and minutes away from all of your Four Season Activities.
Romah Motor Inn sits on Route 302 at Route 11, with great exposure for travelers heading most anywhere in the Sebago Lake region. The causeway less than a mile up the road spans Long Lake and Brandy Pond, where water sports are the summer event. The beautiful scenery of the lakes, however, would make tourism the dominant industry. Visitors in the 19th century included Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Naples is probably the most popular resort town in the “western lakes region” of Maine and sits just north of Sebago Lake.