Easton B&B, circa 1790, hits market for $1.3M

The Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton, Maryland, dates back to 1790. (Courtesy Eve Fishell)
The Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton, Maryland, currently operates as a bed and breakfast. (Courtesy Eve Fishell)

WASHINGTON — The historic Bartlett Pear Inn in Easton, Maryland is on the market for $1.295 million.

The home was built in 1790 and is currently being operated as a bed and breakfast.

The Inn, at 28 Harrison St. South in the center of town and near Easton’s shops and restaurants, is listed by Long & Foster/Christie’s International Real Estate.

The eight-bedroom home, with seven full and two half bathrooms, is just over 10,250 square feet and has been operating as an inn for 10 years, though the listing agents say it could also be converted to a private residence.

Architectural details include Federal-style design, including original wainscoting, millwork mantels and hardwood floors.

The dining room overlooks a patio and garden, and the inn includes several public rooms, including a main level parlor with gas fireplace and screened-in porch.

Seven en suite bedrooms are on the upper levels, some with private sitting rooms. There is also a space currently being used as a spa.

The inn, which doubles as an event and wedding venue, is being sold fully furnished.

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