220 East Water Street
Built circa 1785. Constructed by an English sea captain, Lockwood Hyatt. The inside walls slant toward the river, and the living room is shaped like a ship. Initially built in the federal style with similar exterior features to the neighboring houses to the west, the exterior has been substantially altered. Rumor has it that the ghost of Captain Hyatt resides on the third floor of this house, looking for ships coming up the river.