The Historic Old Riverton Inn. Restaurant, tavern, private function room, and 12 guest rooms in a 10,000 square foot facility.
ENTRY FOYER: (12’x18’) flagstone floor
COAT ROOM: (6’x8’)
MAIN DINING ROOM: (36’x36’) seats 90 patrons, hardwood flooring, paneled walls, brick fireplace, exposed beam ceiling
HOBBYHORSE BAR: (17’x32’) tavern room seats 35, flagstone flooring, paneled walls, service bar
GRINDSTONE TERRACE: (22’x 26’) seats 50 for private functions, mill wheel grindstones inset in concrete floor, bay window, large brick fireplace
KITCHEN: (1200 sq. ft.) fully equipped commercial kitchen, walk-in cooler, walk-in storage and storage room, liquor storage, quarry tile floors, delivery entrance
TWO PUBLIC BATHROOMS
SEVEN GUEST ROOMS
UPPER LOBBY: (18’x34’) comfortable guest reading area, Linen/Supply room, linen closets, service staircase
OWNER’S APARTMENT: Four rooms plus separate Office, FULL BATH
COUNTRY STORE: Former retail area, currently storage, street entrance from Mountain Road, vintage fireplace with a beehive oven, exposed beams, random width hardwood flooring, track lighting
FIVE GUEST ROOMS
DETACHED GARAGE: (30’ x 40’)
ATTIC storage over part of the 2nd floor
0.63 level acre directly across from the Farmington River, on the edge of People’s State Forest and unlimited outdoor recreation. Parking for 40 cars.
Location: 436 East River Road, Riverton, Connecticut
Age: Built in 1796 with many additions and updates
Land Size: 0.63 acre; Map: 2-5, Lot: 19
Volume: 63, Page: 488
Zoning: Village Commercial
Additional Land Available: Yes
Frontage: 150’ approximately
Easements: See the deed
Square Footage: Approximately 10,786 (1st floor 5,000, 2nd floor 4,226, 3rd floor 1,560)
Heat: Oil fired steam heat, two 330-gallon oil tanks in the basement, new boiler 2004 serves most of the building. 2nd oil fired hot water boiler, 3 zones, serves the balance of the property. Electric baseboard in the guest rooms supplements the radiators.
Hot Water: Propane fired hot water heater
Electric: 200-amp service, BX wiring
Sewer: Septic, four 1,500-gallon tanks plus two 1,000 gallon grease traps, two pumping stations, pumped four times per year
Water: Private well
Roof: Asphalt shingle
Windows: Double hung storms and screens
Air-Conditioning: Individual window units
Furnishings: Attention to period detail is evident throughout. From the Hitchcock chairs in the dining room to the wallpapers, antique fainting couch, and Hitchcock bureaus and beds that complete many of the guest rooms, the Inn has been furnished with thought and care.
Mil rate: $31.52 Date: 2019
Taxes: $10,027 Date: 2019
Taxes change; please verify current taxes.
Listing Agents: David Taylor & Mark Telford
Listing Type: Exclusive