Eastport House

Eastport House is less than a block from water's edge, near the tip of the Eastport peninsula in Annapolis. It is Annapolis' only historic B&B located in the maritime district. Built circa 1870, this home has a colorful history as a farmhouse, a family grocery store, a schoolhouse, a polling place, and now as a guest house. Recent renovations have restored many charming features of the past as well as adding the comfortable amenities for today's lifestyle. Safety and comfort features in this meticulously maintained home include central heat and air conditioning, a full fire sprinkler system, and smoke detectors. Guest rooms celebrate Maryland's rich shoreline features and the maritime industry that has responded to the alluring challenge of the Chesapeake Bay. These fresh air themes create a casual, relaxing environment for guests to launch recreational respites or to tackle business endeavors. The wraparound porch is most popular spring through fall.
Business Information
Eastport House is just 28 miles from Baltimore, 32 miles from D.C., and a short walk (>1 mi.) or water taxi ride to downtown Annapolis where history and shopping reign. Guests often bring their own agendas; such as sailing regattas, sailing school, Naval Academy parents, business travelers, festivals and the Annapolis boat shows.

Price: $1,115,000
Rooms: 5
Baths: 5.5
Square Feet: 3,424
Restaurant: No
Year Built: 1870
Contact Information
Location:  Annapolis, MD
Phone: 410-295-9710
Email: susan@eastporthouse.com
Website: http://eastporthouse.com
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