About This 1890 Historic Waterfront House In Plymouth Massachusetts
This coastal sanctuary has drawn in countless travelers throughout history, including our nation’s founders in 1620. Built by Sea Captain Lamb in 1890, Anchors Aweigh is a house with deep historical roots. A one-of-a-kind opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. Nestled on 4 acres of waterfront, this three-level, five-bedroom home accommodates up to 21.
Located on the western shore with breathtaking sunset views of Plymouth, Kingston, and Duxbury Bay. Powered by solar energy for essential needs and a seasonal dock. This retreat whisks you away from technology, traffic, and the chaos of daily life, providing a serene escape just 10 minutes away. Delve into exceptional boating, top-tier fishing, delectable shellfish, and unspoiled beaches in the bay.
This beach house is the one you’ve been dreaming of, it has been cherished by the same family for the past 90 years. Opportunities to own unique properties like this are a rarity. Start creating your own family legacy today.