Turn-Key 1889 Starrett House Reduced to $1.42M in Port Townsend, Washington
$1,425,000 | Built 1889 | 5,796 Sq. Ft. | 11 Beds | 10 Baths | 0.19 Acres
744 Clay St, Port Townsend, WA 98368
If you’re in search of a historical property that blends vintage charm and modern amenities, then look no further than the 1889 Starrett House in Port Townsend, Washington. This stunning turn-key Bed and Breakfast has been beautifully restored to its original glory, featuring antique furnishings, ornate woodwork, and a breathtaking 70-foot free-hung staircase that rises to a magnificent dome. The home was originally built by George Starrett as a gift for his wife Ann, and today it offers guests a chance to step back in time and experience the elegance of the Victorian era. Now on the market for $1.42 million, the Starrett House represents an exceptional opportunity to own a piece of history while generating income as a successful B&B.
Listing details: Welcome to the Starrett House, ‘The Grand Dame’, a pivotal Victorian home in Port Townsend. Private home or ‘turn-key’ B&B business (most antique furnishings included). Built in 1889 by George Starrett for his wife Ann. This home has 11 bedrooms, 10 baths, library, parlor, sitting room & more. The rare free hung staircase that winds up the 70 foot tower culminates in a dome with frescoes of images of maidens representing the four seasons, including a near naked winter, and the four virtues. The floor plan is like a wedding cake with the floors replicating rooms, alcoves and porches stacked on each layer. These architectural wings bring more light into the house and provide views of the water and mountains and the picturesque town of Port Townsend, Washington. Situated on a corner lot- sited to maximize light & views. Exquisite woodwork, painted high ceilings, period light fixtures & hardware, fire suppression system & fir floors. Close to downtown, shopping, library & beaches. Time-tested brick foundation & sturdy faux slate roof. The Starrett House is on the market for $1.42 million with Teri Nomura of Windermere R.E. Port Townsend.