418 Leatherneck Ln
Waterfront Country Retreat with Deepwater Dock, Boat lift, Farmland, and More! Rare 35-acre offering, nestled along Hills Creek, off the eastern branch of the Corrotoman River, features a fully renovated deep-water dock (7+MLW) and electric boat lift. The separate moorings can accommodate a yacht up to 50 feet. Set sail from your dock and venture out to the Rappahannock River, Chesapeake Bay, and beyond. The sloped hills provide a natural protection from the prevailing winds and provide safe harbor for a seafaring vessel. The calm waters are ideal for the boating and fishing enthusiast. And, if you like feasting on crabs and oysters, this is the place to find them. Also, there is access to a small section of sandy beach bottom for launching water toys. The house is strategically placed on high ground to maximize views; one can watch eagles, osprey, and herons from the sunroom or decks daily. The house, built in 1976, is a gem in the rough. Wonderful opportunity to renovate and make it your own. The guest house, above the detached two-car garage, is complete with a kitchenette and a full bath. And, the airconditioned cabin w/ a loft offers additional sleeping quarters or makes for a great playhouse. Adjacent to the garage is a tool area workshop with 200+ AMP service for your hobbies or whatever you can dream up. ** Sale includes two contiguous parcels, 204 Leatherneck Ln (29.72 acres) and 418 Leatherneck Ln (5.35 acres). Sold AS IS, both parcels are conveyed in its entirety total 35 acres with 520 feet of waterfrontage. ** The fields are farmed by a third party, providing the owner with a tax benefit for agriculture land use. Crops are typically corn, soybean, or winter wheat. The fertile soil is great for one's own herb and vegetable garden. The cleared flat land is also ideal for hunting and target practice. Natural wildlife includes deer, turkey, geese, ducks, and occasional quail. ** Imagine establishing a family compound to share for generations.a special retreat to enjoy country living, good fishing, boating, hunting, farming, and more.