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           While my hopes are to keep this farm intact, the property is certified for 4 homesites, all having a large portion of waterfrontage.Keep in mind the purchaser of this property will have 1st option to purchase the remaining 60 acres that has several certified home sites, all waterfront, with septic installed.

The Sugar Shack as it is affectionally referred too is also the first launch site of the SkipJack "Claude W. Sommers" a sailing vessel used by watermen's workinging boats, especially in the Chesapeake Bay.

Google Maps allowed me to define this 239 acres of privacy, wildlife sanctuary, family compound.

The confluence of Muddy Creek, Guard Shore beach and the Chesapeake Bay. There is an old boat ramp here at this point, but a much better one just around the bend at Ann's Cove.

There are several impoundments, being self contained wildlife areas.

Muddy creek view to the northeast at the edge of Behrmann Pier.

Brother John on a peaceful day fishing at the point of Muddy Creek and Guard Shore beach, just before a 18 lb. Puppy Drum was on the hook. We all had a lovely meal that evening.

The boat basin provides a excellent dockage. The Sugar Shack has electric and quite suitable for a sleep over.

Driving and walking paths are all through the farm, introducing you to various terrians.

A gift by the owners of Muddy Creek farm, to the neighborhood, just for fishing.

We were ever so quite as we approached another impoundment, then birds of every discription took flight.