Featured Property: Captain Alexander Crocker House

Cape Cod is known for its beautiful beaches, bike trails, and endless seafood options; but it is also known for having some of the oldest architecture in the Northeast. The Historic Register on the Cape runs deep. Once run as a B&B, the renovated Captain Alexander Crocker House is itself a piece of our history, and luckily for the interested buyer, it is newly listed on the market. 

History Behind the home

Captain Alexander Crocker House

Built around 1865 and owned by Captain Alexander Crocker, this homes was added to the National Register of Historic Places in March, 1987 as one of the village’s finest Italianate houses. The 2-1/2 story wood frame home was at that time being run successfully as a B&B known as “The Inn on Sea Street.”

358 Sea Street, HyannisCaptain Alexander Crocker House

Just a short stroll from Keyes Memorial Beach, it is no wonder this made an ideal location for a B&B. This lovely property, now serving as an elegant single-family home, offers over 3,300 square feet of living space and boasts a grand foyer with high ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors. Relax in the bright and pleasant sun room with bead board ceiling, comfortable family room, or the spacious living room with fireplace. There is also plenty of room to gather for meals in the over-sized dining room. Also on the first floor is a private guest quarters with separate entrance that would make a great master suite if desired. With impeccable lines and an historic feel, the property should definitely be seen.

Learn more Captain Alexander Crocker House

Contact listing agent Deborah Kenney or a Mid-Cape agent to learn more about this unique opportunity.