A waterfront inn is on the market in Westport for $2,050,000, with nine bedrooms each named for a historic whaling captain.
The Paquachuck Inn — located at 2056 Main Road — is still operating with an active innkeeper’s license, and the listing agent said it’s an annual, sentimental destination for many.
Agent Cecile Callahan, of Robert Paul Properties, said her favorite aspect of the property is its location. Sitting at the tip of Westport Point, the inn sees stunning views of sunsets over the Westport River, and the water is ideal for kayaking. The private dock has space for 10 small boats or kayaks.
“The property is full of history going back to the early 1800s, and the home still offers a lot of the history with modern amenities like the fully equipped commercial kitchen,” Callahan wrote in an email. “Love the brick on the back of the building that is also in the inside of the bar area.”
The inn has three full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The kitchen, which overlooks the water, has commercial grade appliances and radiant floor heating.
Originally built in the 1820s by shipbuilder Isaac Cory, the property operated as a general store, with a tailor ship and rigging storeroom on the second and third floors.
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