The Oxford House Inn & Restaurant at 548 Main St. in Fryeburg has been sold to Lillian Chalifour and Michael Clukey.

The sale was closed Feb. 28, according to broker Swan Agency Real Estate for an undisclosed price. The inn and restaurant is listed on the brokerage’s website for $849,000.

The 111-year-old building was built for Charles and Blanche Fox as a private residence by renowned Portland architect John Calvin Stevens.

It was turned into an inn and restaurant in 1985 by John and Phyllis Morris and sold to Natalie and Jonathan Spak in 2007.

The inn has four guest rooms with private bathrooms, and there is an owners suite on the third floor that could be converted into another guest room.

The restaurant and pub have a combined seating capacity of 60 and have received plenty of positive reviews over the years. Oxford House is rated five out of five on TripAdvisor, with the following description: “stunning sunset mountain views, exceptional food and warm New England hospitality have established The Oxford House Inn as a dining and lodging destination.”

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