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B#94 Woodlands of Gargatha Seaside Creek: 3.5 acres of surveyed property with frontage on a deep water creek known as Gargatha. Located in a large home site developed that was formed in 1989. Little marshland, massive forest that will provide you with privacy. Free county/state boat ramp just around the bend. Miles of navigable waters known as the Virginia Inside Passageway. Approved for dock. 4' at MLW. Well known for its excellent fishing ground. No association fees. Breezes and aroma of the seaside mixed with the aged forest is a nature's gift that conveys. $220,000. . Click on photo for more details and click and HERE to view a short film.
M#90 Serpentine Seaside Homestead: Massive dock with deep waters on Gargatha creek. 6 private acres with his man cave, 3 car with workshop detached garage & hers is a attached two car, leading to the utility room & kitchen. One of the first Nanicokes built on the Shore, (1991) all on one level, freshly painted, new wood flooring and carpets. Central air & heat provided by Heat pump and a back up propane heat. Located is a large home site development with no HOA and free county boat ramp just around the bend. Navigation is amazing through all the inlets from Atlantic. Offered below current CMA, (value). Offered at $289,900. GREATLY REDUCED $249,900. GOTTA GO, SELLERS HAVE NO TIME TO MAINTAIN TWO HOUSE. Click on photo for more details and click HERE to view a short film.
A#37 Bayside Cape: 115' of frontage on So. Chesconessex Creek, in the lands held by the Chesconessex Indians and chartered by John Wise in the early 1700 century. A small village, once mostly watermen families, now a amiable mix of folks from all over the world having the common joy of the sea. How lovely, 3 full baths, 2 bedroom suites on the 2nd floor. Inviting foyer, 1 bedroom, family room, dining area and sitting room open to the kitchen and best of all is the massive screened porch that scales the entire width of the home. 2 car garage with attached workshop. 2 homes sites, very dog friendly with fenced in area. Little over 1 acres of level ground with sandy shoreline and expansive views. 2 Heat pumps all well maintained. $295,000. Click on thumbnail photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
B#99 Ravens Nest Farm: A 67.10 acre surveyed waterfront peninsula. Cultivated fields, woodlands, and landscaped grounds convey along with contemporary Cape Cod. A barn/garage and garden shed too. Built in 2000, this 2790 sq' home has a open floor plan with defined rooms. Bright and lovely with cathedral ceilings. Master ensuite, great room, dining room, spacious pantry and well appointed kitchen. 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, family room too. Flanking the great room are two decks each overlooking the creek and marshes. Birds of every description and be enjoyed. Privacy prevails all the while being just 10 minutes to town center of Accomac. Farm the land, hunt the woods, fish the creek and bays. This is the "Shore Life".$660,000. Click on thumbnail photo for more details, and HERE to view a short film and HERE to view a 3D Tour.
P#67 Sanctuary on the Creek: 3.29 surveyed acres with 250' of water frontage on a tributary of Nanuda Creek. You'll be free to choose the size of your home and if you'd like raise livestock or pet farm animals. Good pastures convey. Navigable waters by shallow draft vessel to Nanduca creek and on to the Chesapeake Bay. Only a shared road maintenance agreement not a development. Approved for conventional septic system, that allows for quite a savings. Purchase the property below P#66 that would then give you 7.11 acres. A deal could be struck. This property is offered at $74,900.
P#66 Countryside on the Creek: Build a tiny house or a mega mansion, choice is yours for there are no restriction other then setbacks from the water and property boundaries. 3.63 acres, cleared level land, perfect for pasture, set of woodlands and marsh near the water's edge. Located at the headwaters of Nandua Creek, navigable by shallow draft vessel. Bird watchers will revel in the abundance of birds enjoying the wetlands. A mini farmette on the creek. $94,000. Click on thumbnail photo for more details
P#61 Schooner Bay Fishing Cottage: Built in 1987 with frontage on a bulk-headed deep water canal. A manly man cave with the gathering post in the kitchen near the old pot belly stove, that opens to a covered patio.. 1 bedroom and 1 bath on the 1st floor and 2 bedrooms and bath on the 2nd floor with 18 x 22 sitting room and veranda. Views of the canal to the Chesapeake Bay convey. 1 car attached garage too and 1/2 acre. Is in need of updating and a feminine touch. Located in a development without HOA fees and a free county boat ramp. All the homes in Schooner Bay are located on the water. $165,000. Click on thumbnail photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
D#67 Four Chimneys, Boggs Wharf, Circa 1867. A collaboration of the best craftsmen on the Eastern Shore have spent the last 38 years in continuous renovations. The historical attributes have been respected with present day installations. Five-acre peninsula with excellent elevations, 250' T-dock. Deep anchorage, easily navigable to the Chesapeake. Five bedrooms, 41/2 baths, library, sitting room, dining room, breakfast room, keeping room. Four-zone geothermal heat & air. Captain Boggs, since 1804, transported the barrels constructed nearby, headed a blockade during the Civil War, and captained the steamship that docked in the very same location as the present dock. Ten minutes from the town center of Onancock, three minutes to the E. S. Country Club. Best of all are the expansive views and the privacy provided by the trees and peninsula. $998,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a 3D tour and HERE to view a short film.
A#38 Mount Airy, Circa 1845: A fine example of telescoping house. The name came about due to its superb cross ventilation, for when all windows are open breezes flow through the entire house. A glance from every window reveals views of nature and sea. 300' of water frontage, 3' MLW. 3 Bedrooms, 1 & 1/2 baths, 4 operable fireplaces and one of the mantles tells the story of Mount Airy being built. Wide heart of pine floors, hand blown windows, spacious rooms and natural light conveys. Mount Airy with all its historical attributes on 3.60 acres with crepe myrtle, holly, magnolia, mahogany, Japanese pines and lets not forget Mrs. Martin's rose bushes enhance the yard and grounds. $320,000 Click on thumbnail photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
F#37 Casa Blanca Creek side Home site: A small development centrally located on our peninsula. A grass road leads you through the little forest that provides privacy and a decompressing moment or two. The land opens to a clearing on o the shoreline and views that stretch for miles to the Chesapeake Bay. 3' at MLW, with a bank approximately 4'. The 1.47 acres is surveyed with well & septic certification. State maintained roads, no association fees. Well established and elegant. $180,000. Click on thumbnail photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
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" from the oyster watch house, 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 thumbnail photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
M#96 Salty & Comfortable On The Creek: Gently used 2001 raised Nanicoke. 2644 sq' consist of great room with dining area, eat-in kitchen, pantry, utility/mud room, master en suite plus 2 more bedrooms and full bath. Best of all is the 12' x 20' all season porch with deck overlooking the expansive views of creek to the bay. The second floor is the primary living area with floor joist at 10' above the average high tide, this results in just $591. per year of flood insurance the Seller pays. The ground floor has a massive workshop with heat & air 16' x 36' and a game room that has a 1/2 bath being 16' x 28', presently used as a bedroom. Attached is a 3 car garage with 6000 watt whole house generator. The home has central air and heat by heat pump as well as a gas furnace, allowing for an economical application for heating. 176' L dock with water & electric having 2' at MLW, and average tidal change of 3 1/2', navigable to the Chesapeake Bay with well marked channels. Near the end of a very quiet forested road with 1.48 acres conveying Just 10 minutes to the town center of Onanock in a watermens village known as Deep Creek. $398,000. GREATLY REDUCED $360,000. Click on photo for more details and click HERE to view a short film.
N#38 Burtons Bay Seaside Farmette: A canopy of indigenous forest lines the state road leading from the little historical village of Locustville where the proprietors of massive tracts of land and few homes exist. A new home foundation is in place and rows of cedar trees line the width of land, designed as protection from northwest winds. 5 surveyed acres with septic & well certifications. The surf of the Atlantic can easily be viewed, and the barrier islands that run the entire distance of the coast protect this shoreline. $399,000. Click on photo for more details
A#36 Contemporary Example of a Living Tradition, Palladian Architecture: European style derived from and inspired by the designs of the Venetian architect Andrea Palladio. Columns with acanthus leaf capitals, symmetry, grace, understated decorative elements, and use of classical orders has been implemented in this 5999 sq' (557.32 m2) villa. Scaling the 1st & 2nd floors are verandas and cover porches with panoramic views of Onanancock creek and the Chesapeake Bay. 5 bedrooms 5 1/2 baths, formal and casual dining rooms, family room, library, recreation room, to name a few. 120' T dock with two lifts, 3 car garage and workshop. 1.79 acres 300' of beachfront. 4-zone Geothermal H/A, Whole house generator, professionally landscaped. Minutes to town of Onancock. The home beacons the sea to its' interior. $1,200,000. DRASTICALLY REDUCED, SELLER READY TO MOVE. $1,050,000. Priced lowered once more $995,000. SOLD Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
S#117 Ornithologist & Ethologist Haven: A home site on a private gravel dead end road of 1 acre, is amongst a forest of high banks gently slopping to marsh lands and Parkers Creek. The creek is navigable to Virginia Inside Passage Way, all the barrier islands and on to the Atlantic. The home site is surveyed, has well & septic certifications with a neighborhood of tiny houses and large homes all living in harmony. The property seems ever so private, teaming with wildlife. A free boat ramp and temporary tide-up dock is just around the bend. $80,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
J#32 Creek Acres: If you could capture the natural beauty and serenity of a park, turn it into an 8.47 acre waterfront homesite complete with dock and artesian well - this would be it. The land is bounded by forest. Almost half-mile crushed shell drive winds past the trees to the homesite, which has been cleared, leveled, surrounded by landscaping, and made ready with electricity. A 5-zone sprinkler system cares for the plantings and lush lawn, which abuts a 300 foot long dock that rests in Pungoteague Creek. Actually two contiguous surveyed and recorded building lots with excellent elevations, the property can support two homes if you choose. 10 years ago and before improvements, appraised at $430,000. Offered at $397,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
T#41 Sunrises & Sunsets: 270 degree views on a 7.21 acre peninsula. Privacy prevails with a 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1680 sq' one level home. 150' T-dock with boat lift. Casual to elegant entertaining with sunroom, gazebo, decks, patio. Whole house generator, Trane HVAC system. Located at the end of a quiet road with neighbors in the distance. The seaside town of Willis Wharf is in view where a marina, post office and lovely restaurant are in operation. Watermen work the creek for crabs, oysters and fish. Actually Willis Wharf is noted as having the best oysters in the world. 2 acres of the property is a approved as an additional building site. Parting Creek is salt water creek with deep channels that are well marked. Easily navigable to the barrier islands and the Atlantic. Attached garage and also detached garage. Well maintianed with established gardens. $523,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
R#92 Watermens' Hamlet: Pleasingly comfortable, charming, creekside cottage with frontage on Deep Creek. Far reaching views of the creek, Chesapeake Bay and the watermens' boats coming and going. Circa 1920 with 1656 sq', consisting of foyer, formal dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths, sitting room and all season porch. There is a garage too charming to remain so, two sheds, mature gardens with .75 of an acre. Gently sloping to the creek is this ever so delightful property. $278,000. PRICE REDUCED $244,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
F#29 Under the grant of the Crown of England the tract of land known as Chesconessex was purchased from the Indians, of the hills called A- [illegible] by the first immigrant ancestor, Col. John Wise, for 7 Dutch blankets. John Wise settled on Chesconessex Creek in 1635, and was a lawyer by profession and was as such highly esteemed for his integrity & success; he was Speaker of the House of Delegates of Virginia, from 1794 to 1799. Presently a home site of .87 of an acre is available with septic installed for 3 bedroom home. A tributary of the creek meanders through the woodlands, providing wildlife views at every turn. The views of the big waters conveys as well. Construct your home on a slice of history being nearly untouched as in the days of the Colonel. $55,000. Click on photo for more details.
N#37 Brant Point on Burtons Bay: Ornithologists, Fishermen,, Artists, or those that solely appreciate nature's beauty, along with its peace and tranquility,, shall be truly home at Brant Point. pristine shoreline with average elevations of 8 feet above the high water mark. 5 Acres with 325' of beach front. Crabs, oysters, clams galore can easily be captured near the shoreline. A canopy of indigenous forest lines the state road leading from the little historical village of Locustville where the proprietors of massive tracts of land and few homes exist. A solid well-built clam shell road runs the entire length of the property, allowing easy access to all the land and shoreline. 3 of our largest (little) towns are within 10 minutes time.$495,000. PRICE REDUCED $475,000. Click on photo for more details.
F#14 The Hollies on Nandua: Private beach, deep water, navigable to the Chesapeake Bay, views over Nandua creek that stretch for miles, 3.31 acres, home site cleared, remainder in virgin woodlands and to top that septic is installed and road in place. Located on a 50 acre peninsula, that was divided into 10 home sites. Horses allowed, 1400 sq' building requirement, no mobiles or commercial business, otherwise no rules. Priced at today's market value of $265,000. Click on photo for more details.
D#70 Seaside Beach On the Bay: A family compound holiday retreat of years gone by with 8.5 acres and approximately 1000' of sandy shoreline. Expansive views that stretch over Burtons Bay to Metompkin island, Cedar Island and on to the Atlantic. Conservation lands and private large estates surround the home site. The old well & septic from the house that once was present may still be utilized as well as the brick foundation of the house that provided years of joy. Migrating birds cover the farm fields, seabird's of every description visit yearly, deer and turkey are daily visitors. Convenient to nearby towns with the ambience of complete seclusion. $385,000.. Click on photo for more detail and HERE to view a short film.
M#91 Lakeside & Beach Retreat: Private and peaceful is this one level rustic cottage, set amongst the forest with salt water lake frontage and 3 beach front lots on the Chesapeake Bay, that are just around the bend. Circa 1958, 1200 sq', 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, with a deck that spans the entire elevation of the home. Located at the end of a road the blends with the forest and property that borders the entire 1 acre home site. 10 minutes to town center, yet feels so far from the complications of life. Relax on the deck, enjoy the migrating fowl, or stroll to the beach, where a cabana awaits. Life is good. $225,000. Reduced $220,000. Seller purchasing a larger home so wants this gone now, so reduced once more to $215,000. REDUCED 165,000. Click on Thumbnail photo for more details and HERE to view a short film. UNDER CONTRACT
S# 101 The Great Machipongo River: A serpentine salt water tidal creek navigable to the Atlantic with voluminous flow and glistening sunsets from this seaside farmette of 5.88 acres with 250 +- feet of sandy shoreline. The deep navigable waters coupled with the protected anchorages were explored as early as 1609 by Captain Henry Hudson, a friend of Captain John Smith. Captain Hudson was commissioned by the Dutch East India Co. to find a northwest passageway, under the English ship Half Moon. Oysters, crabs, fish are abundant. Clearings, mature trees, woodlands, sandy banks and sea breezes convey. Approved for well & septic. Offered @ $188,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
D#65 Bayside Farmette: 16.13 surveyed acres contiguous with the largest collection of conservation lands, commonly known as the Saxis Refuge. Massive woodlands, fields, marsh land, creek frontage and navigable waters to the Chesapeake Bay and the lovely Guard Shore beach., Recorded as 3 home sites, with septic and well certification in place. Augustine Herman surveyed said property as Moddy Creek and exactly drawne in 1670. The fast moving creek provided excellent anchorage for cargo in route to the north. Now its all about the wildlife and privacy. $265,000. Here is the best part, save mortgage fees for the Seller will finance! Click on photo for more details.
K53: Colossal Westerly Views: Bay, creek, barrier islands, fishermen, impressive sunsets is the scenery from this .52 acre surveyed home site. Located in a long established waterfront community known as Schooner Bay. Situated on a peninsula with state/county boat ramp and temporary tie-up dock at hand. Septic approved and well is installed. $110,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
W#49 Vaucluse Shores Homesite 72: Shafts of sunlight peer through the rich green thickets of indigenous forest on the gentle slopes, filling the tributary of Hungars creek with shadows. Surveyed 3/4 of acre, accessed by paved road in a very peaceful well established development. A neighborhood where folks mine their business but are there to lend a helping hand. Just a few blocks is the community beach, pool, tennis courts, clubhouse, boat ramp and dock. Traditionally has been well maintained and held to be the most reasonable HOA fees. Sellers are offering financing with 20% down, 5% interest and a 3 year balloon. Only the sounds of birds and lapping shoreline filled the air. $54,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
B#95 Nandua Bay: Voluminous skies parallel the level 3.58 acre meadow at the horizon. Geese ripple the water in the pond that flanks the homesite and provides an entertaining wildlife habitat. Located in a large lot development with private paved roads and a community boat ramp with dock. The waters are navigable to Nandua Bay and onto the Chesapeake Bay. Ready for construction with approvals in place for well & septic. $68,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
M#61 Pristine Bay Haven: 700' of frontage on a shallow navigable salt water tributary of Nandua Creek and the Chesapeake Bay. 3.94 surveyed acres, all with natural woodlands except for a clearing for the home site. Towering mature forest convey total privacy. Community dock with 3 1/2' at MLW. Convents & restrictions 1800 sq' building requirement. Bay Haven is a small large lot home site comuntiy. Offered @147,000. Click on photo for more details.
M#85 Scott house in the hamlet of Deep Creek: Also once owned by the Hopkins family, one of the Eastern Shore's first families. Noted as being the oldest house (1800) in this waterman's village. Near 30 years ago a talented couple purchased the home and restored from top to bottom, inside and out. Gratitude should be bestowed on this couple for respecting its original Eastern Shore charm to perfection. Gracefully situated on 2 acres with expansive views of Deep Creek and woodlands, purchased to protect its privacy. 1647 sq' all rooms with view of the creek except the powder room. 120' T dock with 4' at MLW and 5' in the channel to the Chesapeake bay. $397,000. REDUCED $387,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film. SOLD
F#33 "Port in a Storm" Tie up along side this 1/2 acre home site, with 9' at MLW. Bulk head is in place, septic system and well conveys too. Schooner Bay is a well established development with views out to the Chesapeake Bay. Protective anchorage and easily navigable to the Bay. County boat ramp is very handy. Only need to bring your house plans and your vessel. Live on your boat while you oversee your home being built, a thought. Convenient to the town center of Onancock, a year round historical town. Offered at the fair price of $148.000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
D#63 Tide up alongside the bulkhead, step ashore to your 4.36 acres where the woodlands and clear land introduces you to the wildlife of the Eastern Shore. Pristine waterways navigable to the Chesapeake Bay and the lovely Guardshore beach. Conservation land encompass this area. Septic installed, surveyed, well certification, all set for your architecutal style. No mobiles allowed. $150,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
Y#4 Original Purity: Amiable hills and dales in these pristine lands, once occupied by the Algonquian Indians. 27 acres +- of agricultural lands, flood zone A9 elevation 9, Zone C. This equates to mountainous land on Eastern Shore, with no flood insurance needed. Voluminous far-reaching views over the marsh, the salt water creek, known as Assawoman. A freshwater creek, pastures, forest and barn, convey with these bounteous lands. Biosphere reserve borders the land, allowing for teeming indigenous wildlife and flora. $598,000. REDUCED $545,000. Click on photo for more details and HEREto view a short film.
A#27 One Homesite on Blenheim Way: Swing the club and cast your rod all in one days time. 1.9 acre cleared building envelope with expansive views over Pungoteague Creek, a massive creek navigable to the Chesapeake Bay. Located in a small development with private roads, being a golf cart ride away from our country club, commonly knowns as Eastern Shore yacht and country club. The Club has 18 hole course where waiting on the green is never a issue and a small marina where you can tie up for the day. Flounder, Spot, Drum, are readily caught in the creek. 10 minutes from the town center of Onancock and 5 minutes to the airport for private planes or charters. Certifications are in place for septic & well. Offered at $190,000. SOLD Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
G#37 Captains paramount local at Schooner Bay: The confluence of Chesconessex Creek, Chesapeake Bay views are captured from this .93 of an acre homesite as well as deep water canal where you can tie up alongside your own frontage. Septic is already installed and the home site has good elevation and borders a dead-end state road. State boat ramp and temporary dock is contiguous. Schooner Bay is an established development that began in the 80s with no mandatory HOA fees. Every home site has its own waterfrontage.Greatly reduced price. $191,000. REDUCED $178,000. Owner financing possible. Click on photo for more details and HERE to view a short film.
B#92 Baywatch, a large lot subdivision whereas horses, the sea and its wildlife come together in a most civilized manner. Gated community with boat ramp, dock, pond, barn and fenced pastures. This home site sets distinctly on a high knoll overlooking immeasurable marshlands and the meandering tidal salt water creek, Pitts creek, being navigable to the Chesapeake Bay. $169,000. If you like 20+ acre the contiguous property is for sale as well, see M#82 I'll bet a very fair bargain could be reached for both sites, same family selling. Click on photo for more details and HERE to see a short film.
M#82 A gated large lot subdivision with paved roads, community barn, fenced pastures, boat ramp, dock and fresh water pond, are shared by the property owners. This home site has vast marshes as far as the eye can see that part only to allow passage of Pitts creek. The building envelope has good elevations. To know the life of a grand marsh is to experience being one with nature. Fairly near the Maryland, Virginia line. Cleared with certifications in place, ready for construction. $169,000. If you like 20+ acre the contiguous property is for sale as well see B92 Click on photo for more details
N#34 Brant Point on Burtons Bay: Ornithologist, Farmers, Ecologist, Fishermen, Equestrian, Biologist, Artist, or those that appreciate natures beauty along with convenience to life in general and most of all peace and security shall be truely home at Brant Point. 30.7 acres of prolific land, over 678 feet of pristine shoreline, with average elevations of 8 feet above the high water mark. Crabs, oysters, clams galore, can easily be captured near the shoreline. A canopy of indigenous forest line the state road leading from the little historical village of Locustville where the proprietors of massive tracts of land and few homes exist. A new home foundation is in place and rows of Cedar trees line the width of land, designed as protection from northwest winds. While the surf of the Atlantic can easily be viewed, the barrier islands run the entire distance of the coast and protect this shoreline. There beautiful beaches glow at sunrises and sunsets, where surfcasting fishermen will be at heaven on earth. Well suited as a family estate, for there is permission for 3 homes in all as well as agricultural buildings. 2 fresh water ponds especially designed to attract wildlife are scattered about the farmland, being ever so lovely A well built clam shell road runs the the entire length of the property, allowing easy access to all the land and shore. 3 of our largest (little) towns are within 10 minutes time. $975,000. Click on photo for more details and HERE to see a film of the property.
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 half draft. $275,000. Click on photo for more details.