55 Commercial Street $1,100,000

55 Commercial Street Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538

Year Built: 1877
Square Footage: 4562 sq ft
Lot Size (Acres): 0.26

This Historic 1877 Captains Home has welcomed travelers for decades . The Captain Sawyers Inn in the heart of popular Boothbay Harbor offers all the ingredients for a perfect investment in a superb location with public water & sewer and ample parking. Built for a sea Captain this substantial home has benefited from caring owners, the current Innkeeper has spared no expense in going through the entire Inn and creatively renovating the 9 quests rooms and taken the time, energy and expense to surpass the expectations of today's savvy traveler. The owners space, with renovations underway, allows for privacy with it's separate entrance, or could be repurposed as a loft apartment. Situated on Commercial Street surrounded by all the local activity of the public wharf's, boat trips, art galleries and restaurants. A classic New England B&B, run seasonally or year round.

Town: Boothbay Harbor
Zoning: 130B Inns MDL-1
Taxes: $8,706
Tax Year: 2018
MLS ID: 1369789
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John McCarthy
Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty

With more than 30 years of experience as a former owner/operator of a 60-unit waterfront motel in Midcoast Maine and as a hospitality consultant with clients in New York, Florida and the West Indies, John has more hands on experience in the hospitality industry than most in his field. For the last several years John has focused on facilitating sales of hospitality properties representing buyers, sellers, banks and limited partnerships. His years of industry experience as an owner and consultant adds a unique perspective to help the deals such as Boatyards, Golf courses, motels and restaurants all come to a closing. John is a licensed Broker in Maine, currently a Hospitality specialist for Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty and has studied at State University of New York and NYU's Stern School of Business focusing on the Hospitality sector. He is also a member of the Maine Innkeepers Association, the Maine Real Estate and Development Association (MEREDA) and the Maine Commercial Association of Realtors.