Adorable Early 1900s Beach Cottage
looking at front from Rappahannock River
view from front yard
Your own boat house.
Boat houses are not permitted to be constructed today in Lancaster Co. so this is a real treat!
True to it's history, it is not finished on the inside. Hear the rain on the metal roof!
Metal Roof, wood exterior seen from interior in most of house.
Beaded board interior ceiling in great room
pine and vinyl floors
Living room with fireplace with insert
French doors to screen porch
15'10 x 23'6 Bedroom 7'5" x 12'8"
Enclosed back porch open to living room 15'6 x 12'8"
Bath 5'7 x 9'4"
Screen porch 8'2" 21'5"
From the inside of your beach cottage looking to front screen porch Rappahannock River in view
Profile of your beach cottage
Rear of your beach cottage, outside and inside
Rappahannock River view from your front yard
Casting pier on Rappahannock River
Take the Merry Point Ferry to the Far Side of Lancaster
There have been some rumors that this cottage was a "Sears Modern Home"
but I could not find it in their archives.
Please let me know if you recognize it:
Catherine Bennett Realtor & Broker
Melrose Plantation Real Estate, LLC
854 Pinckardsville Road Lancaster, Virginia 22503