A simplified Craftsman style, 22 Turner retains much of its original architecture. The exterior is nearly identical to how it appeared over 100 years ago with a deep overhanging roof and a mix of clapboards and shingles. Over the last year, the home has been completely updated – from new lower siding and roof shingles to window replacements and fresh paint. The landscaping has been reimagined to make it easy to care for and is surprisingly private given the home’s urban setting. Two‑car deed parking is accessed from Morning St. 

Driveway and Parking

The property has an easement across land at 130 Morning Street to access two parking spaces in the southeast corner of the lot (rear right corner when facing the home from the front/street side). There is also an easement for the owners of 30 Turner Street to use the walkway to the westerly side of the property to access parking spaces to the southwest corner of the lot (ask listing agent for details). 


20 Turner Street

  • Existing 3 unit property
  • Owner‑occupied
  • Not part of this development
  • No parking, access or easements over property of 22 Turner or other

26 Turner Street Front & Rear

  • Sold 2/14/2019
  • Architect is from New York City
  • Full‑gut rehab
  • Projected finish: Winter 2019‑2020
  • Parking for these properties is behind 22 Turner; the 2 spaces closest to 26 Turner Street rear
  • Residents on these units can walk along the sidewalk between the properties and have access and
    driveway easement across lot of 130 Morning Street
  • 20% of cost to maintain and remove snow/ice

130 Morning Street

  • Planning board approved 9 unit condo building
  • Garage parking in rear of the property
  • Shared driveway with 22 and 26 Turner Street
  • Projected completion: Summer/Fall 2020
  • 40% of cost to maintain and remove

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Benchmark Real Estate

72 Pine Street #16
Portland, Maine 04102