The Brewer House B&B

Robbinston, Maine
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Property Overview

Established, turnkey B&B. On the coast of Maine, boat launch. Carefully restored, in excellent condition All systems new. Separate art gallery, artist studio, and work shop. On the National Register of Historic Places, built in 1828 by Captain Brewer. Last stop on the Under Ground Railroad. Within an hour to Canada's oldest seaside resort, Saint Andrews. Campobello, Roosevelt's summer home, Eastport with art galleries, symphony orchestra, live theater, restaurants, whale watching, cruises, etc. One of the east coasts hidden treasures. Golf course near by.More photos on FB@ Brewer House B&B

Property Description

7 guest rooms with own bath, most with ocean view. Apartment with separate entrance sleeps 4. Very popular pet friendly. Own kitchen. One guest room on main floor. Faithfully restored to it's old splendor, furnished with antiques, yet with modern comforts. All upkeep maintained in and out. The owner's quarters is large and has 2 baths, and a brand new screened-in porch overlooking the ocean. Visit Lubec, Cobscook State Park, Moose Horn, St. Andrews. Beautiful 3-acre garden, apple trees, berry bushes. Extra income apartment renting to "Visiting Nurses" for months at a time. Parking, 20+ cars.

Business Description

The Brewer House B&B opened in the 1980s by the previous owners. They also ran an antique shop in the separate building on the property. Current owners ran it as a "lifestyle" B&B, meaning that they did other things too. One of the owners is a painter, and opened an art gallery in the separate building on the premises. The other is a concert violinist and conductor and started the symphony orchestra in Eastport. Owners also had international music camps with the faculty housed in The Brewer House, and concerts in their gallery. The property is used in more than one way and had as many guests as it could handle. The many attractions near by made it a popular destination. Still asked to have weddings there and events of different types.

Reason for Selling

My husband is currently the conductor of The Galveston Symphony and The Bay Area Youth Symphony (both in Texas) along with being the concert master of The Bangor Symphony. This doesn't leave us enough free time in Maine to run a B&B.

Terms & Asking Price

Turnkey B&B furnished with antiques. Some owner financing if needed., agents welcome