House Lust: A Stately Winery/Bed and Breakfast in Westerly

Langworthy Farm and Winery is for sale.

Photos courtesy of Christopher Woodard/Keller Williams. Aerial photos by Raymond Santos.

Early retirement, anyone?

Langworthy Farm Bed and Breakfast, Vineyard and Winery, a Westerly landmark about a half-mile from the ocean, is on the market for $1,895,000.

The gorgeous farmhouse was built in 1875 on the historical home site of Samuel Ward, a founder and trustee of Brown University and Rhode Island’s thirty-first and thirty-third governor. Now a bed and breakfast, it boasts seven suites with bathrooms (some with jacuzzi tubs), a breakfast room and common living spaces, plus an owner’s quarter with bedrooms, an office and a laundry room. The current furnishings are a little outdated, but its bones are strong. Think: period-appropriate staircases, ten-foot ceilings and cozy working fireplaces.

The wine production facility and retail store were built about a decade ago. All in all, the property is just shy of two acres with lots of mature chardonnay grape vines and the largest Norway maple tree in Rhode Island. A bonus: According to listing agent Christopher Woodard, the business is licensed for tastings, events and retail sales.


Fore more information on Langworthy Farm, located at 308 Shore Road in Westerly, call Christopher Woodard at 401-640-3481 or visit


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