3.38 acres in Lancaster County, Virginia
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3.38 acres in Lancaster County, Virginia

902 King Carter, Irvington , Virginia 22480 - Lancaster County
$1,500,000 3.38 Acres
Property ID 4518049

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The ultimate Northern Neck location to create the perfect coastal estate. In Irvington, this 3 acre parcel is comfortably situated on a knoll in an exclusive waterfront neighborhood with the most commanding sunset view of Carters Creek to the Rappahannock River. With available water depth to 12 feet, the protected water provides an ideal harbor for any size watercraft. Offering a possible 6-bedroom septic system, the property supports substantial improvement to accommodate most any size home. The charming coastal village of Irvington offers superior amenities. Explore boutique shops, fine antique stores, eclectic gift shops or just go junking' in consignment shops, weekend flea markets, and yard sales. Walk or cycle the country roads, enjoy award-winning golf courses, discover bird sanctuaries and nature preserves and, of courseenjoy the water. Carters Creek, considered the premier body of water in the Northern Neck, is just minutes from the Chesapeake Bay, a protected deep water that. A highlight of the region, the highly acclaimed resort, the Tides Inn is two minutes away by land or water. Additional acreage is available for expansion. Building on property is being sold "as-is."

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