After Mr. Higgins' death in 1926, the Buckler family purchased Higgins' summer home and offered rooms for rent. Land's End Inn was then known for its hospitality and Russian Tea Room. The Bucklers traveled globally and brought back artifacts from around the world, many of which can be found in the Inn today. The Bucklers owned the property until 1955 when two gentlemen, Jules Wade and Norman Lague, acquired it and added a heating system.
David Schoolman took over this Cape Cod Inn in 1972. The significant changes he made included adding the large veranda and new tower at the front of the building, extending the rooms on the main level, and adding private baths. Many of the artifacts, museum-quality art, and antiques seen around the Inn today were his additions. When he passed away in 1995, the Inn passed into the David Schoolman Trust, which he organized to benefit the theater community in Provincetown and the current Provincetown Theater was largely funded from the Schoolman Trust fund.
In 2001 Michael MacIntyre acquired the Land's End Inn from the Trust and committed himself to preserving the Inn's integrity as a Provincetown landmark. An architecture buff, Michael integrated some of today's comforts and amenities—luxury bedding, furnishings, artwork, and air conditioning—while consciously working to preserve the heritage and history associated with the Inn. Decks were enlarged for expanded panoramic water views, the gardens were reinvigorated, and comfortable outdoor wicker furniture was added. Using plans developed by David Schoolman over thirty years prior, local stonemasons relayed the entrance path and walls. The architectural integrity, tranquility and artifacts of this Cape Cod Inn, remained.