Known as the Captain John H. McLarren house and built c. 1830, this lovely is on the Eastport Walking Tour and sits proudly on Washington Street welcoming all to the island community. Referred to as having Georgian colonial, Greek revival, and even country farmhouse elements, she awaits new owners to make this a year round home or even a B&B. She is one of the few pre-cilvil war homes in Eastport. Literally a half minute walk to Water Street shops, restaurants and galleries, the location is well suited for your next business venture. Located on a quarter of an acre with 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths, double parlors separated by wonderful wooden doors, dining room with a pass- through to another room - maybe where the gentlemen sat to discuss the next seafaring adventure, politics or upcoming election. The connected barn was underpinned by a professional local builder about 8 yrs ago. It now has deep concrete footings which would make it a good candidate for conversion into a potential attached carriage house - a great spot for your model T, Subaru, or lawn tractor. Deck in back for your afternoon parties and morning coffee. Some other updates include newer roof, carefully rewired electrical, lovely faux painting of some cabinets and on the downstairs hallway which is simulated Italian marble in diamond patterns on the floor. There is a deep lot which runs from Washington Street to Sullivan St. Shown by appointment.