When guests arrive, allow them time on the front porch; they will enjoy the beauty and peace of the gardens.
250' T dock with electric and water, 10.5' at MLW at the dock, 5.5' MLW in one section of the creek, then quickly to 13'. The channel is well marked with average tidal changes of 3.5'.
Freshly painted, Cedar sided.
The poplar tree of major status, must have been on the grounds at the time of construction. Magnificent.
The brick floored porch is accessed from the sitting room. Views and breezes are wonderful.
Rest a bit while you contemplate the maintenance needed on your boat.
The architectural features of the home are all orginial and well maintained.
This photo is taken from the southwest section of the dock. 5 1/2' at MLW, with 10' at MLW alongside the dock.
Ginger lilies, aged boxwoods, daylilies, iris line the picket fence on the southern exposure.
Pungoteague Creek is expansive and eaily navigable to the Chesapeake Bay. The banks are healthy and high, estimate 15-17'.
Heartpine floors, massive fireplace, true light windows, butler's pantry, and back stairs. Elegant and casual dining with views over the grounds to the creek.
Heart of pine floors and orginial staircase too.
The kitchen has had a complete remodel: breakfast room, preparation room, and keeping room. Gently used with so many cabinets.
If you are lucky enough to have that special someone who lights fire and make coffe well then what a perfect breakfast.
The modern intrusion is the recessed lighting, installed in the perfect reading locations in this incrediable library that is 18' by 18'.
Boggs Wharf is the water basin common name.
Elegant master bedroom bath, with walk-in closet.
The sitting room feels spacious even with this baby grand occupying its space.
There was a change made to the master bedroom, just by removing the ceiling it exposed these windows.
The hall was narrowed in order to build-in utility space, linen closets. They are all hidden behind raised panel doors.
View of the secret room.
The secret room is a private haven above the breakfast room, with it's own private bath and views of the creek.
The old fashion barn appears to have not changed since its construction unitl you go inside, now a woodshop.
I'm jealous of the gardens, ginger, tiger, day lillies and boxwoods all about
Solid bank, extremely important here on "The Shore".
17' banks, sweet for "The Shore".
Easterly views are expansive as well as the westerly views.
Mature classic trees of the Eastern Shore grace the grounds.