Casablanca, located in the heart of Irvington on Carters Creek just off the Rappahannock River and the Chesapeake Bay. This beautiful waterfront home has 221′ of water frontage, protected 6′ MLW at the private pier, 40 X 20 gunite waterfront pool, all on 1.8 acres with an extra 3-bedroom perk building site.
Stunning home was designed by the renowned architect William Henry Harris. Gorgeous from the start at the gated entrance with a crushed oyster shell circular drive and a 4-column covered parking area in the front. Lovely brick exterior and slate entry porch as you open the double door entrance to the wide foyer open to the tremendous great room with a wall of windows overlooking the waterfront pool and creek. The great room consists of a living area with wood burning fireplace surrounded by marble with built-ins on either side, a 10′ beamed ceiling open to the dining area, and a wet bar. The chandeliers in the living room and the wet bar area do not convey. Gorgeous waterfront high-end kitchen with marble countertops, raised white-washed brick fireplace with wood storage below, open to the “creek” family room with cathedral/beamed tray ceiling having great natural light. French doors to the raised poolside with retractable awning. The first floor Master Suite has an en suite master bathroom with new tiled shower and attached waterfront “Spa & Exercise Room” with a hot tub and doors to the poolside. The first floor is complete with a library/office with built-ins, half bathroom, and a laundry room with outdoor access convenient to the detached garage. Upstairs has two waterfront guest rooms sharing a guest bathroom, and a third en suite guest room. This is a stunning four bedroom waterfront home, great for entertaining and relaxing by the river.
The historic town of Irvington is a charming waterfront village with small town parades, full of history and has a Steamboat Era Museum, home of the well-known Tides Inn and has small shops, dining that’s an easy walk, bike, golf cart or a very short drive to get to. Located about an hour from Richmond/Williamsburg/Newport News or 2+ hours to Northern Virginia. Also visit Virginia’s River Realm to see all the local activities surrounding this area.
221' on Carters Creek
Just off the Rappahannock River & Chesapeake Bay
Private Pier with 28' X 20' Landing
Water & Electricity
Pool & Surround Area
40 X 10 Gunite Pool
Raised Patio off Kitchen with retractable awning
Access from Master Spa, Living/Dining
1.81 Acres total
.93 Acre for Main Residence
.88 Acre with 3-BR septic permit
White Fence around the property
Mature Landscaping & Shade trees
Detached 2-Car Garage
Multipurpose Room with potential workshop
Full Bathroom with shower/tub & tile floors
White Brick Exterior
New 2006: 50-YR architectural Shingle roof
Architect: William Henry Harris
Open to Great Room
Double Door Entrance
Ceramic Tile Floor
Living & Dining Room Combo
Wood Burning Fireplace with marble surround
Wet Bar with Ice Machine & Sink
10' Beamed Ceiling
Plantation Shutters along waterside wall of windows
28' X 22'
Marble Tile Backsplash
Stainless Steel Appliances
Open to "Creek Room"
Whitewash Brick raised Fireplace with wood storage below
29' X 21' (combo with Creek Room)
5-burner gas Wolf Cooktop
Family "Creek" Room
Glass Doors with Plantation Shutters
Access to Raised Patio/Pool
Open to the Kitchen
Built-in Bookshelves & Cabinets
22' X 10'8
Washer & Dryer
Outdoor Access to Garage side of Home
4 Full Bathrooms
1 Half Bath
1st Floor, Waterfront
Sliding door to the Spa/Exercise room
22' X 15'
Master Bath: Double Sink, New Tile Shower, His/Her closets
Spa/Exercise Room: 17'5 X 8'7
Door to Pool Area
Two Waterfront with hall guest bathroom
One en suite Bedroom
Lancaster County, founded in 1651, has 231 square miles, with 98 square miles of waterfront. The population is approximately 11,000. Kilmarnock and White Stone offer a variety of shopping and dining. The world-famous Tides Inn is located in the charming town of Irvington.
There are many beautiful waterways off the Chesapeake Bay, including Fleets Bay, Rappahannock River and the Eastern and Western branches of the Corrotoman River. You will find deep anchorage with protected water and wide views on Indian Creek, Dymer Creek, Tabbs Creek, Antipoison Creek, Carters Creek, and more.