3D and Video Tours are available. This 90-feet Rappahannock riverfront property offers a rare combination of history, charm, and modern conveniences, making it a must-see for those looking for a unique and tranquil escape. The renovated and updated 1929 charm is evident in the high ceilings, detailed crown molding, and beautiful hardwood floors (on both levels). Four bedrooms and three full bathrooms ensure plenty of space for a family or guests. The stunning river views from all bedrooms provide a peaceful and tranquil escape from city life. The large 0.6-acre lot offers plenty of space for outdoor entertaining and relaxation, punctuated with an ancient pecan tree, and the white picket fence. The private dock with boat and ski lifts makes this property ideal for water sports enthusiasts. The estimated mean water level of 3-4 feet makes it an accessible option for boating, fishing, and swimming. The street side of the home greets guests with a beautiful white stone circular driveway, extensive landscaping (watered by sprinkler system), slate roof, and an entry portico all adding to the property's charming character. Modern amenities and utilities include Verizon Breezeline internet service which provides a reliable connection for work or leisure, public water and sewer service, leased propane for back-up heating and gas log fireplace. The location in the heart of historic Tappahannock is convenient for those seeking a small-town feel, with easy access to larger cities such as Northern Virginia, Richmond, Williamsburg, and Fredericksburg. The property is just minutes away from local restaurants, shops, attractions, and hospital, making it the perfect destination for a weekend getaway or a permanent home. The mile-wide view across the Rappahannock River (positioned on what is known more precisely as The Northern Neck) is unobstructed due to protected the Rappahannock River Valley Wildlife Refuge (comprised of more than 20,000 acres), home to nearly extinct animals of all kinds, bald eagles, herons of numerous species, osprey (and their nests), rabbits, birds of all kinds, deer, and so forth: such creatures are often visible, often making visits to the tranquil banks of the side of The Rivah where this splendid home is located.
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Colonial
Sump Pump, Electric Water Heater, Public Water Ser
3,316 sq. ft
Essex County Public Schools
Detailed Room Information
- Family Room, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Living Room, Office, Florida Room
- Microwave, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Ice Maker, Humidifier, Refrigerator, Washer
- Hardwood, Ceramic Tile
- Central Air, Electric, Ceiling Fan(s)
- Electric Heating. Heat Pump, Forced Air.
- Unfinished Basement
- Vinyl Frame
- 1. Gas Burning, Mantle.
- Security System
- Additional Interior Features
- Crown Molding, Recessed Lights, Wainscoting, Wood Floors, 9Ft+ Ceilings
Exterior / Lot Features
- Driveway, Stone Driveway, Circular Driveway.
- Lawn Sprinkler
- Lot View
- Body of Water
- Rappahannock River
- Additional Exterior/Lot Features
- Water Front, Private Dock, Landscaped, Back Yard, Fishing. Bulkheaded, Landscaping, Rear Yard.
The scores below measure the walkability of the address, access to public transit of the area and the convenience of using a bike on a scale of 1-100
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