Cherokee Trail Cottage


Indian Creek, Northumberland Waterfront

84 Cherokee Trail
Kilmarnock, VA 22482

Sold CBRAR #114857 NNAR #95050

This A-frame house is situated well beyond the 100′ county set back and therefore makes this a unique and incredible piece of property with how close to the water you would be able to rebuild using the existing footprint.  The current A-frame has the most amazing views, feels like you are on a boat in your living room.  It is open with lots of light and has a large deck on the water side connected to the deepwater pier.  This property is on a private point of land and just minutes to Indian Creek Yacht & County Club or the town of Kilmarnock.


  • Waterfront

    450' on Indian creek
    Protected creek
    Just off the Chesapeake Bay

  • Water Depth

    New 6' MLW pier

  • Acreage


  • Garage

    Detached Garage/Shed/Workshop

  • Beautiful waterfront & fabulous water views

  • The large deck is connected to the deep water pier

  • Deck at water's edge

  • New protected pier with 6'MLW & minutes to the Chesapeake Bay

  • Lovely views from the deck

  • Workshop

  • Shed


  • Built


  • Square Footage


  • Bedrooms


  • Bathrooms


  • Living Room

    Open to the Dining & Kitchen

  • Kitchen

    New range
    New granite countertops
    New microwave

  • Appliances

    Gas Range
    Washer & Dryer

  • Loft

    Could be guest area or office

  • Other

    Footprint within the 100' RPA is 2566 sq. ft. with all the dependencies. Call for more details.

  • Fabulous views from inside this home!

  • Open Living/Dining Room with wide views

  • Granite counters in the Kitchen


Northumberland County

Life moves at a slower pace in Northumberland County, which lies on the Chesapeake Bay and is just across the Potomac River from Maryland. The abundance of waterways, laid-back lifestyle, and temperate climate have made it one of Virginia’s leading retirement and vacation communities. Northumberland comprises 286 square miles, with 94 square miles of water, and a population of approximately 12,400. At the time of English settlement around 1635, the area was inhabited by the Native American Wicomico and Chickacoan tribes. In 1648, this “Mother County of the Northern Neck” was organized and named after County Northumberland, England.

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