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           Equal to the impressive nature of the home are the grounds and mature trees.

Approximately 400' of water frontage on the high banks of Nassawadox creek, being navigable to the Chesapeake Bay. This saltwater creek is well known for its flounder, spot, and puppy drum fishing opportunities.

Located directly on the grounds is this par 3 hole, Southwest green and Tee Box with sand trap.
The channel has good access to the Chesapeake Bay. There is 4' at MLW at the dock with water, electric, and an electronic lift.

Northern view of the elevation. The important homes on the water always have their front entrance facing the waterfront and this entrance graced with mature gardens is the most commonly used.

Perennial gardens greet you at every turn.

Detached two-car garage is in keeping with the architectural style.

At Saltworks farm, the choice is yours: swim in the pool overlooking the sea or swim in the creek. Both quite lovely.

The barn is suitable for 2 horses, with tack room and full bath.

A feature of the antebellum architecture is a center foyer running the full length of the home, hence a 10 x 72 dimension, with its rich wainscotting and stepped moulding.

The formal sitting room is 14 x 14.7 with gleaming hardwood flooring, fireplace with propane gas log insert, and 10' ceilings.

True-light windows and elegant valences grace the sitting room.

The formal dining room is 13.2 x 14.7 with a span of windows overlooking the gardens and hardwood floors. Lovely.

The breakfast room is a good morning welcoming locale.

Of the 30 years I've been selling properties, this kitchen has more cabinetry then any kitchen I've seen. Your kitchen will always be neat as a pin. 14 x 21 with adjacent hall and utility room.

The all-season porch has panoramic views of the sea and garden, a lovely spot for casual living. 17 x 19'.

This room, while being used as a family room, is actually an ensuite lst-floor bedroom.

Home business owners will adore this office.

To have a dry basement with water frontage is no doubt a rare find. Presently being used as a gym for both homo sapiens and canines lupus familiaris. Warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

This bedroom has windows at every turn, taking in the views of sea and gardens.

All the bedrooms are of ample sizes. This room is 14.7 x 17.5'.

A partial view of the window on the landing. A quiet spot to contemplate the days events.

There are 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms on the second floor, all bright with lovely views.

The brick-floored front patio has columns that reach the second floor.

You'll want to sit a spell here and take in the breezes from the sea, fragrances and beauty of the gardens, and watch for the shore birds.

The variety of flowering bushes and mature trees can easily satisfy the criteria for Shinrin-yoku (forest bathing).

Once entering through the gates onto the clam shell drive, one side is lined with crepe myrtles and the other, evergreens and flowering shrubs. Delightful.

New Hardie Plank was installed on the entire exterior for ease of maintenance. This view is of the back elevation.

You maybe asking why the name Saltworks. Here is the story as told to me. In the early 17th century, the salt was harvested from the flats for preservation of oysters. Then, in the early 18th century the salt was harvested for the preservation of the soldiers' provisions. Today no salt is harvested, but the name remains commonly known. This is a southwest view.

The Eastern Shore calls its large bodies of water creeks and its smaller bodies of water guts. Seems a bit odd to newcomers, but it is as I say. View to the northeast.