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Chesapeake Bay Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast For Sale


If you ever wanted to own a bed and breakfast - if you like lighthouses - if you like fantastic views, the Chesapeake Bay Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast can now be yours!

Built by Bill and Janice Costello to resemble the famous Thomas Point Lighthouse, this place has it all. Located only six miles from Annapolis, Maryland, a true colonial town with cobblestone streets, the nearby Naval Academy, the blue waters of the Chesapeake, 200 feet of waterfront, panoramic views, sail boats, blue heron, osprey and more, this place is like heaven.

Attached to the lighthouse is a lovely 70 year old Dutch Colonial home. The lighthouse, called Sharp's Point, is even sanctioned by the Coast Guard. All in all, you get 9 bedrooms, 9 baths, a private pier and what could become a lifetime of memories.

The asking price is $1,900,000. If you are interested; contact Carolyn Mathias of Champion Realty at 410-280-8481. If you are truly serious, you can also call Jan Costello, (one of the owners) direct, at 410-757-7388.

If you buy it, be sure to tell them you read about it in Lighthouse Digest.

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