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B#98 The early days of Muddy Creek Farm: Moddy Creek surveyed and exactly Drawne, 1670 Augustin Herrman. 1607-1609 Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail commemorates the exploration on the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, Muddy Creek is highlighted on the Captain's 1st voyage. 1664 Notables of the Eastern Shore held ownership. 1816 deed transfer to Colonel Jesse Dickerson. Mid 19th century Captain Somers, successful coastwise trader. 1911 Tom Young built and launched the 1st Skipjack, "Claud W. Somers" at Muddy Creek from the Sugar Shack, being part of this 239 acre farm and wildlife sanctuary. The last 40 years good stewards of the land have planted deciduous planting to attractive the wildlife, monitored the deer herd, protected the impoundments, there are 3 self contained wildlife areas that attract birds of every description. 55 acres is pristine marshes that are contiguous to the Saxis refuge that consist of 5,574 acres. 184 acres of highlands. Certification for 4 wells & septics , hence 4 home sites. This regions pristine area offers the opportunity to hunt the marshes, fish the surrounding waters or view a vast array of water and shore birds. To date a rare find. $885,555. Click on photo for more details.
C#62 Woodland Farm: Countryside with convenience. 30 +- acres half in forest,deer hunting superb, remainder in cultivated fields. Located within 10 minutes of 3 towns. A newly constructed custom, energy efficient home of 1,250 sq feet of high quality materials and craftsmanship. Geothermal heat & air, so lovely. The winter porch (with heat & air) has adjacent veranda, where you can gaze over all your land. 2 bedrooms, 1 and 1 half baths. All details were considered and the best implemented. Oak flooring, granite counters, custom tiles.All the rooms have natural light provided by skylights, HDMI cable in nearly all the rooms even the garage. There are also solar hot water systems, 80 gals. The garage is a real ;man cave with doors that have heights for boat entry. Workshop area has, TV receiver concrete floors and sheet rocked walls.10-220 electric service. There is more, although the most important is all that land, convenience and efficiency. $276,000.SOLD Click on thumbnail photo for more details Click on photo for more details.
T#31 Flanagan's Gut: Youngs Creek, an impoundment lake, especially for duck hunting and 70 +- acres by recorded survey conveys. Deer hunting and duck hunting has been the norm for this tract, although certainly has an amazing home site with septic & well installed. A cabin nestled in the woodlands, (9 x 16) with metal roof has recently been constructed with the interior in need of completion. Paths throughout the property lead to the lake and tributaries from the Chesapeake. There are hundreds of feet of water frontage with a rarely used state boat ramp at the end of a peaceful road. Navigable to the southwest portion of property, by vessel of 2 1/2 draft. $275,000. REDUCED TO $200,000. Click on photo for more details.
E#24 Hickory Patch Tract: 67 acres more or less bounded by the east by Hickory Patch Gut and the North by Bagwells Creek. Approximately 40 acres of uplands and remainder in marshlands. Views stretch over the creek to Jack and Webb islands, as well as Dix Hammock, Parkers Landing and Jacks Marsh. Navigable waters to the Chesapeake. Well known for its hunting, yet may also be possible for a home site. $180,000. SOLD. Click on photo for more details.
D#30 Augustine Herrman surveyed said property as "Moddy Creek and Exactly Drawne" in 1670. Notables of the Eastern Shore have laid claim to the farm, then 30 years of wildlife management has resulted in a pristine combinations of mature woods, fields, and marsh with approximately 800' of shoreline and 24.38 acres of surveyed land. Two septic installed and a third Well & septic certification, approved for three homes. Muddy Creek is navigable to the Chesapeake Bay and nearby Guard Shore Beach. While the town of Parksley is 10 minutes away one feels a million miles from civilization with all of nature's glory all about. Offered @ $590,000. DRASTICALLY REDUCED $280,000. Click on photo for more details.