Historically significant, distinguished, and stately Federal Period (1784-1840) home for residence (with room rental option) or innkeeping (includes B&B license). Situated near the City Dock in the heart of the Annapolis Historic District amid all the attractions, restaurants, taverns, and shopping of Maryland's capital. The four-story building is modernized yet authentically restored. Original random-width hardwood floors. Front and back staircases, which offer owner privacy. Second level graced with the last existing Charleston piazza in Annapolis. Owner's areas include kitchen, office, sitting room, bedroom, bath, laundry room, and workshop, which can be closed off from guest portions of the building. U.S. Naval Academy, St. John's College, St. Mary's private school, historic Md. Statehouse and state offices, Governor's Mansion, Annapolis Yacht Club, and Arts District are all right here within a few blocks. Romantic guest rooms have cozy fireplaces, queen beds, and en suite baths with either double whirlpool tubs or antique claw foot tub/shower. Six fireplaces –– one in each of four guest bedrooms and in two first-floor parlors, which are for family/living rooms, guest access, or to accommodate groups in a meeting or lecture-style setting. Spacious yard, with large brick patio and garden furnished with wrought-iron chairs and tables. Mature trees afford a degree of privacy rare in downtown locations. Size and location of this home/inn allows owners to adapt to whatever level of room-rental activity they wish (from none to full time). Year-round season in Annapolis includes naval academy events, holiday festivities, and nation's two largest boat shows –– all an easy walk. State of Md. legislature in session just five-minute walk up the street.
Email: Russ Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org
172 Green St., Blue Heron Inn (Green St. Inn), Annapolis, MD 21401
$1,115,000; 5-7 bedrooms; 4 bathrooms; 4,000 sq. ft, Federal Era