Country Side

F#7 Bayside Villiage Cottage: Circa 1885 Lifted above the flood plane and completely renovated. Have pets, if so you'll love the convenience of the spacious screened front porch that exits to the fenced-in front grounds. Floors, kitchen, walls, and bathroom, all spruced up while maintaining its original charm. 2 bedrooms, a spacious office easily can be converted to a 3rd bedroom. Two blocks to the boat ramp and temporary tie-up dock, 10 minutes to the center of Onancock. Double car detached garage and workshop, all set on a corner, two lots, estimate 1 acre. $182,500.

Y#1 Colonial Manor Home Of Consanguinity: Generations of families all can find a peaceful location in this 2980 sq' well-constructed custom-built home, circa 1995.Handicap accessible with first-floor ensuite bedroom contiguous to the private sitting room and enclosed brick floored sunroom. 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms and a massive family room. Convenience is the key to this lovely little development where neighbors take the time to chat. All the shops, restaurants, medical centers, etc. within 5 minutes drive. No HOA fees. $368,000. SOLD

G#13 On the crossroads is a bit of countryside in a convenient location. Surveyed 5.19 acres 95% cleared, high land with well & septic certification. By right of zoning, a home and business are allowed. The only restriction is no mobile homes or barbed wire fencing. Excellant pasture and homesite. $88.000.

L#3 Circa 1920 Farmhouse, completely restored to 2024 standards. Set far off the state road on prolific high elevated land, once the Parksley dairy. All bright and shiny now, 1954 sq' with a bedroom and 1 1/2 baths on the first floor and 3 bedrooms and a full bath on the 2nd. All new windows, flooring, etc. Central air and heat by way of heat pump. Set apart is what would have been referred to as a shed, yet once viewing the interior, is quite suitable as a guest house, or office. Attic and basement too. Three towns all within 10 minutes drive. Best of all is the privacy and convenience this property grants. $250,000. SOLD

E#2 Set squarely in 3/4 acres with a strong roof ridge and unobstructed views of farmlands, is this 1606 sq' home built in the late 1900s. 2 floors, 2 bathrooms, 1st floor bedroom and 2 more bedrooms on the 2nd floor. Needs a whole lot of cleaning, painting etc, although at this price is certainly worth all the effort. A fixer-upper for sure with good bones and an excellent location. Only minutes to the town center of Onancock. $74,000. OFF THE MARKET

S#8 On the bend at the seaside, are 3 parcels of heavily wooded tracts estimated to be 1.22 acres. Peaceful location with cultivated fields and woodlands encompassing this land. Parkers Creek County boat ramp is less than a mile. Suitable for home sites with no restrictions except county setbacks from state roads. Convenient to towns with a salty country flare. $60,000.

S#7 Seaside Woodlands: 21.42 acres of indigenous woodlands lay off a private road, close enough to the sea to smell and feel the breezes. Surrounded by cultivated fields and less than a mile is the country boat ramp and dock on Parkers Creek, which is easily navigable to the Virginia Inside Passageway, barrier island, and the Atlantic. Very private indeed. $199,000.

R#2 Southside Chessconessex home site: Stones throw to the county boat ramp is this 1/5 acre building site with 4 bedroom septic and well installed. Located approx 5 miles outside of the town limits of Onancock in the small watermen's village. No restrictions besides setbacks from state roads. Chesapeake Bay waters are just around the corner.$69,000.

M#7 Morning under the billowy clouds. the gentle sun, surround by green fields and the awaking of the forest, this began my education of this 12 acre farm.. There is 800' of state road frontage, with bojack soils, with 2' BFE, in the area known as Melfa. Neighboring properties are cultivated farm fields and a nursery. Towns of Wachapreague, Onancock, are within 15 minutes and the Eastern Shore Yacht and Country Club, minutes away. A place with peace and sustainability. Complies with county regulations for two home sites. $115.000. SOLD

K#1 Country Road, Home & Store: Located on the corner of back roads is this 3 bedroom 2 bath home, sun porch, circa 1932, with adjacent store, 20 x 56', that has a basement, once commonly known as Groton & Groton's Country store, and also once a post office. The home is in need of updating and certainly a demand for the store to be reopened. Well-traveled back road that leads to the public boat ramp at Kegotank Creek, is navigable to the Atlantic, Chingoteaue, and Wallops Island. Store & Home combined $170,000. Temporarily off the market.

W#3 Seaside Crossing Bungalow. The faintest scents of seaside marshes and southeast seaside breezes encompass the 1.10 acre at the junction of seaside country roads. While the kitchen is well equipped, two bedrooms quite feminine and sitting & dining room too. there is a sense of a real man cave. Pool room, with fireplace, easily could be quest room too, 22 x 24.9 basement workshop. Entire home is tip top, new roof, painting, kitchen and oak flooring throughout. To top that off, two-minute cruise east, you can cast your hook in Gargatha Creek, or launch your vessel at the county boat ramp to make way to the bays and beaches. $195,000. SOLD

G#11 Country Crossroads Farmhouse, in the village of Craddockville. Began its origins in 1795 with present-day renovations and additions. i.e 1st floor master bedroom, walk-in closet. 1864 sq' with 3 bedrooms, nursery, dining, and sitting room. The foyer, country kitchen, 2 full baths, landing on the 2nd floor, massive deck overlooking the 3 acres of grounds, and front porch complete the home. Nearby boat ramps and marina. $229,000. SOLD

B#5 Beautiful home site of little over 1/2 acre, with just the right amount of trees for shade, located two minutes from the newly built Country Club. You can join the Country Club and enjoy golfing, swimming, tennis, dining, and libations in the cocktail lounge. ! Or not join and just enjoy living in a lovely community, minutes away from shopping, restaurants & the hospital. Approx 15 miles to bayside boat ramps in either Harborton or Onancock. Three bedroom septic & well already installed. $45,000.

V#1 Before the first settlers arrived in Virginia, the Native Americans called the Eastern Shore by the name Accawmacke,meaning the land across the water. Accawmacke was settled very early by the English. The original shire of Accomac, was created in 1634. Present time brings forth popularity of the town areas, due to its proximity to shopping and hospital as well as the large processing plants. Offered today is 16.65 acres, level, cultivated, good elevations, and most importantly excellent property for a family compound. $175,000. Big Price drop. $100,000. SOLD

T#1 A collaboration of luxury and the extraordinary phenomena of nature: Every possible degree was implemented to capture the views of Metompkin Bay to the Atlantic from the interior rooms, veranda and widows walk, 2007 began the construction of this 2360 sq' home, by an architect, for his family. Extravagances compose of salamander, bidet, master bedroom & dining room recessed electric fireplaces, wine cooler, ice maker, wet bar. Even the 3 car garage and mudroom are posh. The home actually gleams and feels extraordinary while being in concert with nature, tis intoxicating. $485.000. SOLD

G1# Eastern Shore Classic Farm: Woodlands for hunting and fueling, cultivated fields for production of goods and pastures for livestock. Farms of days gone by allowed folks to be self sustaining. 10.24 acres of surveyed land with 160.24' of state road frontage. Half of the land is wooded, filled with hardwoods and the remainder cleared and in cultivated fields. Current well & septic certification, with county approval for home site. The majority of the soils are bojack, considered the best. A change of lifestyle is obtainable even for those who have no experience in farming operations. Here is the opportunity to live a natural life. $116,000.

G#10 Country Life, Conjures up some right pleasant memories, the endless days from spring thaw to summer's end then to blissful fall. Bordered by a private road, state road, and the forest is this 5.52 acres. 99% cleared with the best of soils, BoJack. The only restrictions are no mobile homes or barbed wire fences. Excellent pastures, surveyed, plus well and septic approval for 4-bedroom house, or maybe two homes to make a family compound. $68,000. SOLD

B#2 Big Skies at Cherrystone: A rare find in Northampton County. Reason being in order to have a parcel of land recorded as a building site the majority of locations require 20 acres or more. Level, boundaries bordered by trees of healthy specimens. Only county boundary and state road setbacks to abide by. Tiny house or grand in size, the choice will be yours to decide when building your home. Nearby towns are Cheriton, Oyster (where there is a county boat ramp) and Cape Charles. One home site. $48,000. SOLD

G#9 Essential essence of a little farm in Nelsonia. Bordered by a state road. is 5.27 acres of cleared field with BoJack soil, is the best. Surveyed with septic certification for a 4-bedroom home. Excellent pastures that any equine would welcome or any farm animals and pets and still there is plenty of space for home and gardens. Only restriction is no barb wire fencing or mobile homes. Conveniently located to life necessities in general. $75,000.

G#4 BoJack soils and woodlands, has now been subdivided in the gentlest way into 5 home sites #1 is 5.35 acres bordered by a private and state road, offered at $68,000. Site 2, is 10.26 acres, state road access, $118,000. Site 3 is 5.22 acres is $70.000. Site 4 is 5.52 acres $89,000. and Site 5 is 10.84 acres offered at $110,000. All surveyed with current well & septic certifications. Whether raising livestock, pets or crops, or just enjoying the country life, Fletcher farm fits the bill. conveniently located.