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>H#89 Transitional House Of Gardens: Circa 1930. Porches and gardens encompass this 2500 sq' 4 bedroom 2 full bath home, located in a bayside village on a little street lined with well kept homes. Freshly painted and polished, with hardwood floors throughout. 1st floor bedroom and full bath, family room, formal dining room, sitting room, and foyer too. 3 bedrooms, full bath and utility room on the 2nd floor and a massive attic. The grounds consist of approximately ? acre with a detached 2 car garage and two garden sheds, all surrounded with lovely gardens. A brick patio, open front porch and screen porch conveys for those fair weather days. Just two blocks to the town harbor and center of town. $248,000. UNDER CONTRACT Click on photo for more details.>
W#53 Coastal Love Circa 1897: 20 years of renovations, now it's shiny. Located in the town of Wachapreague. Marinas, restaurant, art galleries, fishing pier and bird watching sanctuary, kayak rentals, in this walk-about town. Massive pecan trees shade the covered porch and the brick walkways. 2850 sq' 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, dining room, office, eat-kitchen, family & sitting rooms. Hardwood floors throughout. Old barn and detached 1 bedroom cottage conveys an additional town lot too, all on 1 acre. Come sit about this lovely porch to chat about the day in this ever so peaceful seaside town. $298,000. SOLD Click on photo for more details.>
G#42 Captains Headquarters: Fishy while being elegant. Locale is the confluence of Finney Creek, Wachapreague Channel, marinas, and the heart of town. Salty yarns and trysting tales have encompassed this home. While the county site posts that it was built in 1930, Kirk Mariner's book, Off 13, tells a different tale: "The Eva Stevens House from 1883, and at one time housed a still that supplied "moonshine" to the faucet in the kitchen sink; the little building in the backyard once stood at road's edge and housed a store." The Federal style architecture is now a family & friends compound and has been exquisitely restored. The gathering room is 16' x 36', master en suite lst floor, 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, (sleeps 11) family & sitting room, eat-in kitchen. Fish cleaning pavilion, and that old store is quite suited as a workshop. Wachapreague is a nautical walk-about town. $375,000. Click on photo for more details or HERE for a film of the property.
L#51 Classic beauty Circa 1905 Complete facelift, all new flooring, paint, installation, painting, electric, kitchen bathrooms,closets, utility room, with new heat as well being installed now. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, dining room. sitting room, mud room and utility room too. Well know builder of our area has made it his business to make old home right again, up with the times while still maintaining the character. Massive attic with proper staircase. Wrap porch over looking mature trees set apart from the home providing lovely shaded areas. Detached garage and car port too and a garden shed. Not a thing needs to be accomplished, just move in and enjoy this little village. $138,000. UNDER CONTRACT
V#12 Circa 1906 Princess Anne Victorian: Standing the test of time. Popular from the reign of Queen Victoria, characterized by massive construction and elaborate ornamentation. Less flamboyant for ease of maintenance in the 1900s came the Princess Anne style. Rounded towers (turrets) pediments and expansive porches along with classical columns, ornate shingle pattern styles,remain the same. Most popular with merchants and bankers of the time. Massive foyer, attic , basement and a most welcoming wrap-around porch. Parlor, sitting room, formal dining room 4 bedrooms 1 1/2 bath, 3,272 sq' in all. Mature pecan, apple, magnolia trees convey on the double town lot. Ownership has remained in the same family since 1911. Located in a quiet, very convenient neighborhood surrounded by tasteful owner-occupied Victorian homes. Hospital, shopping, YMCA and schools nearby. Located in a walk-about town where neighbors chat and children play. $310,000. SOLD
B#104 Accommodating Bungalow & Guesthouse, Circa 1935, conveyed with two incorporated town home sites. Convenience is paramount, for just a hop skip and jump to shopping, town center of Onancock, the new hospital etc. Recently renovated with two heating systems, oil furance. heatpump and oil furance. Central air as well. Dining room off the renovated kitchen adjacent to the mudroom and utility room, sitting room and family too. Two bedrooms and 1 full bath. Full attic on the entire 2nd level with a proper staircase, can easily be converted into a 3rd living space. Guesthouse has full bath, 1 bedroom and sitting room with office, set well apart from the main house. A friendly neighborhood where children ride their bikes and dog walking is poplar. $140,000. SOLD
M#100 Tasley Villiage: Presenting this 1200 sq' home with an additional 300 sq' of porches, all on one level. Located on a cul-de-sac convenient to life in general. The electric company has installed a smart meter, new roof in 2017, 1/1/2 of renovated bathrooms, new flooring, windows and appliances too. There are 3 bedrooms all freshly painted. Most enjoyable are the two porches, winter and screened, one for each season. Home is wired for internet and Roku box conveys. The paved driveway lesds to the two car garage. There are two storage buildings flanking each side of the quarter acre. A four man hot tub conveys too. Sitable for FHA, VHDA financing. $110,000. OFF THE MARKET
N#39 The Haven: George Washington was president, John Adams vice president, ladies with hoop skirts and corsets easily passed through the raised panel doors to be directed from the grand foyer to the ladies area while political discussions ended on the small western porch with their tobacco. 1794 was the year and that is the year nearly all of The Haven construction had been completed having been the property of John Wise and Captain Burton. In recent times, 3 years of continuous restoration has been completed, exterior, interior, gardens, all with respect to its historical attributes. 4102 sq' 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, formal sitting and dining rooms, 3 porches, 3 heating and cooling systems, 4 fireplaces.. Eastern Shore's most historically significant house 150' length and 1 room deep, commonly known as" Big house little house, kitchen colonnade.".Located in a private setting on 1.34 acre in the county seat, Accomac, being amiable to turning these types of home into $425,000. SOLD
H#85 Classic Bungalow Circa 1930: Hats off to the architect of these bungalows, rather amazing how many rooms convey, all with a intended frequently used purpose. Located in a nautical, historical town, (settled in 1609) know as Onancock. 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, eat-in kitchen, formal dining area, sitting room and landing. Best of all is the front porch and back sunroom, each spans the width of the home. 1400 sq' exclusive of the porches. There are all new windows, painting, baths and new roof on the double detached garage. Depending on the type of business, this location has been approved for residential as well as commerical use. The home lends way to simotanicously operating as a business and residental occupancy. $148,000. SOLD
Y#8 Nassawadox House Circa 1745: A small house with a big heart. I am a house with a new attitude from the floors to the ceilings, from the doors to the windows, from the tub to the sink, and all new appliances too. The 576 sq' of living area was well utilized. Conveniently located 8 minutes to shopping, 8 minutes to the elementary school to pick up the kiddy buns, and 22 minutes to the beach of Cape Charles, for fun in the sun. I am a house with a new attitude, but I want ot be a home that is lived in and loved. The purchaser may think the price of $49,950. REDUCED $35,000. is high? Let me tell you, I'm worth it. SOLD
C#66 On the Hague at 408 Mowbray Arch: Circa 1897. Located at the sea inlet commonly known as the Hague and directly across from the walking bridge is this solidly built Flemish bond brick constructed multi-family apartment building. The heart of Ghent in the historical district with 4 apartments in all, approximately 3,900 sq'. Located on a walkabout street that parallels the water. Apartment #1 has a foyer, library, dining room open to Kitchen, living room, 1 bath, 2 bedrooms and two fireplace with water views.. #2 is studio, kitchen, full bath and fireplace with water views.. #3 is a 1 bedroom, full bath, sitting room and fireplace. #4 is a 1 bedroom with kitchen,full bath, 5 closets fireplace and water views too.. Each apartment has its own electric and gas meters and the gas heat is central. Common laundry room and storage.. Slate and rubber roof. There are 3 exits and a fire escape. $740,000. Firm.
O#16 Little City By The Sea: A offering that would allow you the opportunity to be part of this salty town. .70 acre home site with septic installed, contiguous to a private road. Build what you like, save the boat, for there are two marinas in the town and two boat ramps. Miles of barrier island beaches to discover within view from town. A place where the neighbors give each other a call for their needs when leaving for provisions. The town has a famous restaurant, fire department, country grocery store, art gallery, bird watching sanctuary, kayak rentals, motel, and the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences. Well know for its fishing tournaments and bicycle events. $28,000. SOLD
W#51 Quiet Spacious Victorian. Located on a dead-end little street, one block from town center and 3 blocks to the Harbor in Onancock, a historical bayside town. 2348 sq' on a deep lot with fence back grounds, consisting of .36 of an acre. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, foyer, dining and sitting room. Eat-in kitchen, utility room and pantry plus a family room with access to a deck that spans the back elevation of the home. Restorations began 2 years ago, but the owner could not complete and relocate., hence the opportunity is here. Central air & heat with the majority of the windows being new. All pine and tile floors. Three quarters of the detached garage is a studio apartment. Wonderful for a large family and to be in a walk-about town. $95,000. SOLD
W#50 Farmhouse Duplex By the Harbor: Here is a plan for those that can't retire now, or want help to pay the mortgage for there are two very attractive apartments. The studio with super deck and storage building, collects $500. per month and the 2 bedroom spacious apartment with carport and storage shed collects $750. 1885 sq' in all. with 1 acre of landscaped grounds. A very pleasant 2 block walk is the Quinby harbor, boat ramp and park. The marina has very reasonable slips that can accommodate boats with 5' drafts and has well marked channels to the Atlantic. Metal roof, vinyl siding all new windows, heat & air. In a nut shell completely updated property. Offered at $179,000. PRICE REDUCED to $162,000. Click on photo for more details or HERE to view a short film. SOLD
P#60 Over the Bridge Circa 1940 Arts & Craft Bungalow: Totally renovated with complete respect to the original architecture. It's a walk about location, a block to the town center, block to the harbor. 2500 sq' with central A/C and cosy oil heating. Covered spacious porch is an inviting spot to while away the hours. Floor plan allows for privacy for all, 2 bedrooms on the 1st floor, 2 full baths, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, mud/utility room and sitting room with fireplace. 2nd floor has 2 more bedrooms and a family room, super for the children to have their own space. Tastefully painted, no maintenance needed, only needs a family to continue the love and appreciation. $274,000. SOLD
G#41 Carriage Row: Circa 1900, Presently a duplex with a long rental history. Once the location of the carriage builder, who lived on the second floor and constructed the carriages on the first floor, hence the ceilings on the first floor are 12' in height. 1st floor consist of welcoming spacious foyer, sitting room, bedroom, eat-in kitchen, full bath and a enclosed back porch. 2nd floor has sitting room, 2 bedrooms, full bath and eat-in kitchen. Total rental income is $1,250. per month, I equate to a 11% cap rate, sweet. Only 2 blocks to the town center and 3 to the harbor. Located on a 1 block street where the oldest homes in town exist. $138,000. SOLD
M#89 Outskirt Cottage: Circa 1920, 1182 sq', with 1st floor bedroom and bath. 2 more bedrooms on the 2nd floor. Eat in kitchen with fairly new appliances and windows. Surprising is how generous in size each of the rooms are. Best of all is the location. Conveniences of the town, while being on the fringe, with a countryside feel. Nearly 1 acre with forest land to the back and no neighbors butting up to the land. Offered below county assessment at $65,000. SOLD Click on photo for more details.
T#38 The Little City by the Sea Homesite: Water views encompass Finney Creek, Wachapreague Inlet and on to the Atlantic. No worries about the view being obstructed, for there is a designated bird sanctuary adjacent the road that is also contiguous to this homesite. .83 of an acre, cleared with well & septic certification in place. Marina, tackle shop, Island House restaurant, VIMS (Marine Science Institute, art gallery, small grocery store, kayak rental & sales are all in a gentle stroll away. Best of all is the friendly residents that are always happy to lend a hand. $95,000. SOLD Click on photo for more details
S#110 The Victorian in the Victorian railroad town of Parksley: Circa 1920, completely refurbished to 2015 standards: All is new and bright, energy efficient heating, appliances, roof, new flooring and original refinished oak floors that gleam. Perfecting homes with respect to its historical characteristics is the Sinclair signature and he has accomplished once more. There is a foyer accessed by welcoming a three quarter wrapped porch to the luminous sitting room and formal dining room. Country kitchen with Frigidaire Gallery Edition appliance, Samsung high efficiency Washer/dryer, Lennox 2 zone 16 SER central heat & air (all brand new) recessed lighting, granite counter tops and subway ceramic tile,. Spacious mudroom and 1/2 bath leading out to an expansive deck. 2nd floor comprises of 3 bedrooms, master bath and an additional bath with utility. A proper staircase leads to the attic and there is also a basement, quite suitable for wine & root cellar. The .25 acre has a workshop and garden shed too. $194,000. Click on thumbnial photo for more detail and HERE to view short film. click on thumbnail photo for more photos and details SOLD
D#62 Arts & Craft Village Bungalow: Sidewalks, free library, and the best Pizzas in town are within walking reach. Room for the extended family with 2 bedrooms on the 1st floor and 2 on the second, 1st floor bath, as well as spacious dining room, sitting room, pantry and country kitchen. Enclosed porch scales the back elevation and screen porch the front. Hardwood floors and vinyl. New split system heat and air, very energy efficient. Approximately 1520 sq' with .34 of an acre of land. 2 detached buildings, one a garage the other workshop. The neighborhood is kid friendly and life is convenient. $135,000. WITHDRAWN click on thumbnail photo for more photos and details
R#85 Seafaring Village: While science and technology has infused its methods for the harvesting the sea, its not apparent in this seaside incorporated village known as Willis Wharf. Watermen still bring there catch alongside the bulk headed wharf as generations before them. The deep channel passes directly in front of the rows of neatly trimmed homes and the tidal flats team with wildlife. As the road curves to the marina we have a home site with a cinder block garage and single wide mobile. .34 of an acre with views of the sea. $58,000. SOLD Click on photo for more details or HERE for a film of the property.