Perfect Protected Harbors
Looking for a coastal retreat with water views, plus elevation out of the flood zone and a protected harbor for your boat. These properties offer the ideal situation from turnkey to building site to create your custom getaway.
This quaint home is reminiscent of a Cotswold cottage. Surrounded by simple garden areas with wide river vista and serene creek views, it encompasses the ultimate Chesapeake Bay setting. There is the added benefit of significant elevation out of the flood zone, yet it is enhanced by a gentle slope to Taylors Creek for easy access.
One of three premier building sites in Irvington on Carters Creek, this 1.5-acre building site is elevated comfortably out of the flood zone in an exclusive waterfront neighborhood with the most commanding sunset view of Carters Creek to the Rappahannock River. With available water depth to 10 feet, the protected water provides an ideal harbor for any size watercraft.
This offering includes two building waterfront building sites totaling 5+ acres with 283 feet of shoreline. With access to over 6 feet of water depth, this property is ideal for those, who own or plan on purchasing a large power, sailboat to explore the Chesapeake Bay or kayak to discover the many coves of Carters Creek. This location is considered one of the finest for those seeking a protected deep-water harbor.
Over 30 acres of lawn, woods, and wetlands provide a stunning backdrop to this stately home on the Pamunkey River. The Tidewater design features light oak flooring, 10-foot ceilings, detailed crown moldings, and wainscoting. Most rooms have two walls of windows, providing natural light and views of the River.
On a cove of Dividing Creek, this building site is ready-to-build! With water views down the cove and location within minutes of the Chesapeake Bay and the town of Kilmarnock, this parcel provides an affordable opportunity to create your custom, coastal retreat.
In a neighborhood of fine homes, this level building site offers a private deep-water dock with power and water that will delight even the most accomplished boater. The protected water with deep water access to the Chesapeake Bay is ideal for any craft from a large sailboat to a kayak.