D#4 Arts & Craft bungalow circa 1910, Located in the county seat, being the town of Accomac. Completely remodeled, from top to bottom. New roof, siding, central heat & air, kitchen, flooring, and spacious eat-in kitchen with new cabinets too. Two rooms on the 1st floor are designed for bedrooms and 2 bedrooms on the 2nd floor with a large landing. In the side porch is the utility room. 1,429 sq' total, sitting comfortably on .33 of an acre. Come sit on the front porch and enjoy this walk-about town. $172,500.
A#1 Harbor House Seaside Cottage: Located at the edge of the harbor in the quaint fishing village of Quinby (ca.1671) on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. A New York designer team completely renovated the home with respect to its origins, resulting in a popular airbnb and VRBO rental. Sleep 8 comfortably with 2 full baths. A spacious deck spans the entire back elevation of the home, granting you and your guest enjoyment of sea breezes and views of the daily watermen and fishermen activities in the Harbor. Conveys fully furnished. All the heating, air, appliances, and hot water on demand, roof, is just a few years old. There is an assumable low-interest Veterans Loan. The 1 acre of grounds offers an evening around the fire pit and star gazing. $349,000. UNDER CONTRACT
V#2 Rather a rare property, having 9 acres in the R1A in town zoning. This allows for 3 home sites total without having to comply with the subdivision ordinance. The home is worthy of the necessary restorations with 1,664 sq', country kitchen, dining room, sitting room, foyer and 3 bedrooms, one bath. Town water & sewage are supplied to the home. Located just minutes from the town boat ramp, restaurants, movie theater, stores, and hospital. All the benefits of in-town living with a bit of countryside." $275,000. SOLD
B#6 Island Cottage: Friendly is as Tangier does, for this spacious front porch allows time to chat with passersby. Mobile home with a stick-built add-on. 1031 sq' with split system heat & air. 3 bedroom 1 bath, with master bedroom, roughed in additional full bath. Neat as a pin being just a few blocks from the docks. $98,000. UNDER CONTRACT
k#2 Kershaw Birgantine, captained by John Smith discovered and mapped Tangier island in 1608. The captain noted his favorite port was Tangier. The original settlers were the Crockett family who haled from Cornwall County, England. Crocketts and the accents of Cornwall still prevail on Tangier. If you are a can-do sort, then this 2 level 3-bedroom, 1-bath home is an opportunity to enter the market reasonably. Near the center of town but off the main street, so bit more private from the daily tourists. $40,000. UNDER CONTRACT
P#2 Tangier Island Colonial home: Come winter will be ever so peaceful, Spring to late fall busy located in the center of town, where folks will walk by after coming onshore from the ferry boats. 3 bedrooms in all with master on the 1st floor and full bath. Country kitchen with adjacent dining room. The sitting room and dining room can be accessed by the sunroom. I don't need an excuse to head to the island, yet it sure is super working at the same time while enjoying my new and old friends. Island life is so special. $125,000.
T#3 Island Cottage, in the middle of town. Renovated kitchen and bath, freshly painted all about, and a fenced in the yard for your pets. The family has outgrown the house so moving to a larger home on the island. Neat as a pin, and well-maintained. Tangier is a place apart where chatting with passerbys is most important. Beach, crabbing, fishing, bird watching is all at hand. $150,000.
W#5 A rarity in the town limits of Onancock: Privacy and countryside, surveyed 1.21 acres. Boundaries are boarded by mature trees, and sloping manicured lawn, speckled with flowering shrubs and perennials. Shell driveway in place adjacent to the end of Holly St. $85,000. UNDER CONTRACT
M#8 Tis the Goldilocks zone of this in-town home in Onancock, circa 1910: Just a few blocks from town center in a quiet residential area. The grounds consisting of 1/2 acre, are enchanting with its mature trees, fishpond, and privacy. 2012 the renovation began, wiring, plumbing, kitchen, baths, 8 energy efficient split systems. heat & air, while still maintaining it historical attributes. 1st floor bedroom ensuite, enclosed porch, eat-in kitchen, formal dining room too. Grand landing on the 2nd floor between the 3 bedrooms and full bath, with towel warmer, yeah. The cast iron radiator heat is still in operation and quite lovely on a bitterly cold night. Set well apart is a 3-car garage with a proper staircase room above. The ambiance of thcountryside in a walk-about town, with a harbor, marina. $398,000. SOLD
P#1 The first time this home has been offered after several generations of the same family occupying and building all the memories of friends, family, and island life. I had to catch the return boat at 3 pm to Onancock, even though would have preferred to listen to all the stories, Tangier folks readily share. The majority of living is on the 1st floor, sitting room, eat-in kitchen, master bedroom, full bath, and two enclosed porches. The bridge that reaches the airport road and navigable waters is less than a block. The expertise of Captain Crockett, on the Onancock ferry is rather impressive, giving way to an enjoyable voyage. $94,000. UNDER CONTRACT
M#1 Arts & Craft Bungalow Circa 1935: The quintessentially American Style, feels like a charming storybook house, not too large nor too small. Welcoming front porch introduces you to this well maintained home. Spacious sitting room that invites you through french doors to the formal dining room. Eat-in kitchen that is well appointed then leads to a utility room. Completing the 1st floor is a full bath, bedroom and nursery. 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms and a full bath with a grand landing between all the rooms. 2 zone heat & air. The grounds are filled with young perennials with enough sunny space for a garden. Located in a walk-about town of Onancock.$238,000. SOLD
D#1 Circa 1883 Residence of Distinction: Constructed at a time when families were numerous with staff and extended family too, all living in harmony. Entertainment was plentiful within walking distance, theater, shops, restaurants, marina, etc. Present day the renovation of energy efficient split systems for heat & air, 13 in all. New roof in 2021. 8 fireplaces, some with gas inserts, other original designs for coal and wood. Hardwood floors throughout, Kitchen renovated with access to winter porch and covered porch, overlooking the expansive grounds for an in-town home. 7 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 2 Â½ baths. Attached 1 bedroom cottage with rental income. Massive attic and garden sheds too. While presently not zoned for a B&B, certainly a good use for these days, with permission from the town likely.$398,000. SOLD
H#2 Cottage of Hopeful Future: 100 years of care and aid of FEMA raising the home, in the nick of time, resulted in another sturdy home with years to come on Tangier Island. Courtney Thomas, referred to as the mail boat, leaves every day from Crisfield Md, except Sunday. Sharon Kay takes you back to Crisfield. Captain Parks, come spring takes you to and from Onancock. Split system heat & air and radiated floor heat, in the dining/kitchen combo. Tangier women with interior design skill revamped the entire house. Sliding doors everywhere, barn style. Wood lap walls, hardwood floors. 1st floor bedroom & bath, 2 bedrooms on the 2nd floor. Said to be an acre, most is wetlands, lends itself to a bit more privacy. There is gut to the back grounds, actually navigable. A boardwalk installed would be lovely way to enjoy the waterway. Tis an adventure for sure going and coming and seeing those Captains dock their boats, impressive. Tangier people always leave me the feeling of a warm blanket and a big smile. 24' sail boat conveys with this property. a 26' Sail boat conveys with home. $146,000.
B#1 Little City By The Sea: An 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, baseball field, tennis courts and two dog parks, and the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences. Well know for its fishing tournaments and bicycle events OFF MARKET