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One feels special to be part of such a span of nature. A sea eagle soared above us obviously aware of our intrusion. This photo was taken from the southwestern portion of the property.
This impoundment that is tidal was designed especially for duck hunting. It appears to be 3 acres or more.
Nestled in the woods is a newly placed cabin, approximately 9 x 16, with a metal roof and wood siding. The interior is in need of completion.
The Seller had trees cleared for wide paths throughout.
There is a round about near the cabin. The septic and well are installed, will need to be connected to the cabin.
Primarily the property has been used as a hunting retreat.
The headwaters of Flanagan's gut run through the southwest portion of the property. Nearly due west the property can be assessed by boat of shallow draft. There is a free boat ramp contiguous to the land, owned by the state.
The set of pines border the sandy point. Rather rare to have such a large tract of land with a survey here on the Eastern Shore, yet this property has a recorded survey, revealing 70 acres.
Of the 70 acres my estimate is that is non-tidal uplands and remainder is marshland and the impoundment lake.
In warmer times I'd like to see what feeds on the surface here and have fly rod in hand.