Historic Westport Paquachuck Inn listed for sale

The Paquachuck Inn, in historic Westport Point, has just been listed for sale. With a history dating back over 200 years, this is an annual destination for family gatherings, getaways and for those looking to be on the water.

History of the Paquachuck Inn

Paquachuck Inn

Captain Isaac Cory, the first whaler to live in Westport, built this property as a provisions & general store, tailor shop and sail loft/rigging storeroom over 250 years ago. While the exact date is not known, Cory was the first of three generations to own this property. Some original pieces still remain.

In the mid 1950’s, the 2nd and 3rd levels were turned into rooms and the property became an Inn. The Inn is listed on the registry of historical homes as the Isaac Cory Store with references dating back to 1820.

Exploring the InnPaquachuck Inn

The Paquachuck Inn’s 9 bedrooms all have a history themselves – many named after sea captains of the era. There is a large green house on the property, over 100 years old, that was relocated from the current owner’s grandfather’s home. Many of the gardens’ herbs and vegetables are used for breakfast at the Inn.Paquachuck Inn

The gardens are well tended, and the sprawling yard is great to host outdoor events. The addition of the bar and sun-filled sitting area is used for breakfast and to sit around the cozy fireplace in the evening. Guests can also enjoy a game of croquet on the lawn and sunsets from the patio.

Enjoy the Water and the TownPaquachuck Inn

The Inn has a private dock with slips that can accomodate 10 small boats. It’s a great spot for kayaking and boating on the Westport River.  The Inn in also nearby to the Westport Winery, Buzzards Bay Brewery, Horseneck Beach, restaurants, bakery/coffee shops, and specialty stores.

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Learn more about this unique property and contact a South Coast agent to see it for yourself.