Friday, April 13, 2018

Fairview Inn in Marshfield Is Up for Sale

by Marc Hurwitz

An iconic oceanside restaurant on the South Shore that reopened last year is up for sale, along with the inn in which it resides.

According to an article in Wicked Local, the Fairview Inn in Marshfield's Brant Rock neighborhood is on the market for $2,975,000, with the price including the kitchen equipment, the inn's furnishings, and the name itself. The post says that Robert and Laura Clancy and Robert's brother John, who have been the owners of the Ocean Street space since 2001, are hoping that whoever buys it continues to operate it as an inn and a restaurant. The restaurant section of the Fairview Inn had been run by Paul and Betty Disch until 2015, when they left and opened Disch's Route 53 Tavern in Pembroke; the Fairview closed that fall and remained shuttered until reopening under the Clancys' management last summer.

The building in which the Fairview Inn resides dates back to the 1870s, according to an earlier article here; the structure burned down in 1998 but was rebuilt by the Clancys, opening back up three years later.

The address for the Fairview Inn is 133 Ocean Street, Marshfield, MA, 02050.

[December 9 update: A new article from Wicked Local indicates that the Fairview Inn in Marshfield is still up for sale even after dropping its price by more than $1 million (to $1,950,000). The post also mentions that the business remains open while it is on the market.]

[Earlier Article]
Fairview Inn Returning to Marshfield's Brant Rock Area

Follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston

[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]

Labels: , , , , , ,


Post a Comment

<< Home