The Revere House is noted on local maps as early as 1836. This restored Captain's home of the Federal period was erected at the height of Provincetown's reign as a thriving fishing port.
In the winter of 2004, the house was completely remodeled; however it still maintains the charm and ambiance of the nineteenth century throughout. You can begin each day with a continental breakfast in the beautiful outdoor gardens or large common room with fireplace. Since the late 1960's the house has been operated as an Inn in order to accommodate the many visitors that come to Provincetown each year to enjoy this small New England town, relax in the seaside atmosphere, and to view Provincetown from the Pilgrim Monument which commemorates the first landing of the Pilgrims in 1620 before they headed west to Plymouth. In May of 1995, Gary Palochko purchased the house and renamed it in memory of his Grandfather, Albert LaRivere.
This home has also been featured on HGTV - If Walls Could Talk - for its hidden treasures found in the walls that belonged to the owner from the 1860s.