lovely wooded and open waterfront
the Rappahannock River in view
Lancaster County, Virginia
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Asking $325,000 for a million dollar view!
400± feet waterfront on Beach Creek
Not in a subdivision
Farmland is currently leased
to Jock Chilton
and is in soy beans.
To set up an appointment or for more information
Call Catherine Bennett
Melrose Plantation Real Estate, LLC.
Yes, there really is a house in these bushes!
The abandoned house which dates to around 1900 has not been occupied in the past 30+ years.
Where it sits in about the middle of the farm field it does not occupy the premiere building location on the water.
Discussions are underway with the owners to sell this house for a small additional amount.
Because of the poor condition of the addition to the original house, a buyer might want to remove the addition and start with a new addition. From my inspection of the house, ground hogs had been able to destroy the foundation of the addition and the floor in the addition is breaking through.
The upstairs ceilings and at least one downstairs room
of the original house are falling off, which might be a benefit to allow
you to install new systems in the house and raise the interior ceiling
height to roof line.
Although it might be too far gone, romantically this would be a lovely guest cottage, shop or just let it continue being overtaken by Mother Nature!
rear showing addition
The house does have a well and septic. The condition are unknown and there would be no guarantees made if the house is sold to the purchaser of the land. This is a photo of the top of the well.
below is a photo of the entrance to the front of the house. The tree down towards the left tumbled in Hurricane Isabell. Paper Mulberry trees have really overtaken the formerly charming yard or pump.
Realtor & Principal Broker
Melrose Plantation Real Estate, LLC
Lancaster, Virginia 22503
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Most data obtained from the Lancaster County tax assessor, owner, and county records.