Historic Building In Suffolk County: Terry-Ketcham Inn
Built in 1693, the Terry-Ketcham Inn is a 2-story cottage-style building that has had several additions throughout the past 300+ years. The Inn was a very popular spot in the late 18th century, including during the Revolutionary War. Two notable guests at the Inn during that time included Benjamin Havens, a well-known spy; and Captain Hulbert and his troops on their way back to Bridgehampton after a campaign at Ft. Ticonderoga.
The Inn continued in service under new ownership throughout the 19th century, during which time Civil War volunteers used to meet and drill at the site. The Inn also stayed in service throughout much of the 20th century, being in continuous operation until 1989.
At that time, the great citizens of Suffolk County rallied to raise funds to save the Inn and the property from being torn down and replaced with a new building. The Terry-Ketcham Inn still stands, 324 years after it was first built.
Plumbwell Services – Staying Current with Your Heating and Plumbing Needs
The sheer age of the Terry-Ketcham Inn is impressive in and of itself – being 83 years older than the United States! That kind of resilience and longevity can’t be overstated.
At Plumbwell Services, we appreciate workmanship that can stand the test of time. Now, we aren’t saying that our Heating and Plumbing Services will last for the next 3 centuries – but our Heating and Plumbing Professionals craft the type workmanship that will serve your home or business for many, many years.
With over three decades of providing Heating and Plumbing services to Nassau County, we strive to provide great workmanship in all we do. We also stay current as to the latest technology and advancements in both the Plumbing and Heating industries, so as to provide the best options for our customers.
We also love what we do and are passionate about our work. We look forward to helping you with your plumbing and heating needs.