Imagine leaving it all behind and running your own idyllic inn – you can do just that with this week's listing. The property at 4750 Warner Hall Road in Gloucester is a fully functioning, waterfront inn.

All in all, you would be getting a riverfront estate known as historic "Warner Hall," a converted carriage house, and 38.08 acres of waterfront land on the Severn River. Between the two structures, you get 16 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, and six powder rooms. It is currently known as The Inn at Warner Hall and would make an amazing opportunity for any lucky buyer.

This is the view that your guests will enjoy as they drive up.


A classic veranda is the best place to relax and catch an evening breeze.


Can't you just imagine the stately foyer all decked out for the holidays?


Inside, the receiving rooms are full of charm. Thirteen working fireplaces appear throughout both the Manor House and the Carriage House.


The kitchen is fully outfitted with a commercial setup. Cooking for a crowd would be a snap with all of this restaurant-grade equipment!


You can take your meals in the dining room, the sunroom, or one of the outdoor decks. Dinner with a view? Pure bliss!



Upstairs, the bedrooms are spacious and elegant. Each has its own character and space for sitting room furniture as well.


Despite its age, the inn's many renovations have resulted in modern, updated bathrooms for each room.


Don't forget about the carriage house! This would be the perfect place to get away if you had a full house at the inn. 

guest houseguest house

You and your guests will love fishing, crabbing, or just watching the sunrise from your private dock.


So, how about it? Can you picture yourself as an innkeeper at this week's dream home? The property at 4750 Warner Hall Road in Gloucester is listed for $4,500,000 by Hogge Realty, Inc. Visit the original listing to arrange a viewing.

aerial view

**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Hogge Realty, Inc.

What would you do with this beautiful inn? Keep it open as a business or just use the whole space for your family? Tell us your ideas in the comments!