Deacon Timothy Pratt House

Say Brooke Fort North Cove Deacon Timothy Pratt House

Deacon Timothy Pratt House



The house was built by Deacon Timothy Pratt in 1746 and served as a private school in the 1790's. Timothy Pratt was a carpenter and served as a Deacon in the church across the street.


This magnificent c.1746 center chimney colonial Bed and Breakfast Inn is listed on the National Historic Register and is located in the charming, quintessential New England village of Old Saybrook, Connecticut.





central chimney stairway







dinning area






latch for upper panel of Dutch door



"The Traveler"
relaxing on the sofa in the parlor

Library Bedroom





molded panel





side view


the B&B

Say Brooke Fort North Cove Deacon Timothy Pratt House

Old Saybrook

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