Homestead Inn in Greenwich Appoints Cushman & Wakefield To Seek Investment Partner

  Cushman & Wakefield announced on Monday that the firm has been appointed by the owners of the Homestead Inn in Greenwich to seek an investment partner.

“Homestead Inn is an exquisite property within Greenwich’s prominent Belle Haven – Field Point Circle peninsula. The formation of a future partnership with ownership presents a fortuitous opportunity to invest in an iconic property which has always been a Greenwich touchstone,” said Al Mirin, Executive Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield.

Homestead Inn is an 18-room luxury boutique hotel comprised of four buildings totaling 17,810+/- sq ft poised on a 2.75 acre site.

It was originally called the Augustus Mead House, having been built by Mead in 1790. The Hotel also boasts Thomas Henkelmann’s renowned classic 120-seat French restaurant, a four-star New York Times rated restaurant well known for its chef, Thomas Henkelmann.

The Hotel is set on the Connecticut coast in the exclusive Belle Haven residential neighborhood, with the refined dining and shopping of Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich’s Metro North train station and Interstate 95 all less than one mile away.

“Homestead Inn has established its status and heritage as a gateway to New England, and we look forward to maintaining this history while we pursue a partnership to evolve our path forward into the future,” said Theresa Carroll, co-owner of Homestead Inn.

This gracious Hotel is an 18th-century mansion turned country-style retreat and is set among lush, well-manicured gardens and specimen trees. Homestead Inn is an 18-year member of the Relais & Chateaux association, a global fellowship of individually owned and operated luxury hotels and restaurants and is designated as an Andrew Harper Premier Property and is featured in the Kiwi Collection.