Queens Creek, Mathews Waterfront

6995 Buckley Hall Road
Cobbs Creek, VA 23035

Sold CBRAR #2029624 NNAR #109024

Clifton . . .  Private peninsula with 1100+ feet of wrap-around shoreline and nestled on 12+ acres on Queen’s Creek. The 5130 square foot residence has gracious living areas inspired by European villas. The renovations were just completed on this eclectic waterfront gem, once part of a shipbuilder’s estate. ‘Clifton’ has 5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and 2 half baths. This magnificent home was designed for entertaining. Architectural detailing and the use of fine materials can be seen throughout the home. The chef’s kitchen is masterfully designed with custom cabinetry, full suite of Bosch appliances, farm sink, and 40′ of quartz countertops. First floor bedroom suite opens to a patio with gorgeous water views. There’s also an incoming-generating 2 bedroom guest apartment with new kitchen and spectacular water views. Deck, pier, tennis courts, private water access and much, much more. This is truly a “must see to appreciate” property!



  • Waterfront

    1100' on Queens Creek
    Private water access
    Bulkheaded Shoreline

  • Water Depth

    3-4' MLW Pier

  • Acreage

    12.3 acres

  • Exterior Features

    Brick exterior
    Shingle roof
    Tennis Courts
    Storage shed

  • Garage

    Detached 2 car


  • Built

    Recent renovations

  • Square Footage

    5130 sq. ft.

  • Great Room

    Stone fireplace
    Beamed ceiling
    Dining area

  • Four Bedrooms

    First floor bedroom suite
    3 guest bedrooms

  • Bathrooms

    4 full
    2 half

  • Kitchen

    Custom cabinetry
    Bosch appliances
    Custom brick-arched cooktop
    Farm sink
    40' of quartz countertops

  • Appliances

    Convection oven
    Washer & dryer
    Water conditioner
    Wine cooler

  • Guest Apartment

    2 bedrooms
    New kitchen
    Water views
    Income generating

  • Lanai

    Brick arches
    Stone patio


Mathews County

Mathews is the second smallest county in Virginia, with 252 square miles, and has a population of approximately 9000.  In 1791, Mathews County was formed from a part of Gloucester and named for Revolutionary War General Thomas Mathews.  Well-known for its waterways, Mathews boasts 214 miles of waterfront, with much of that frontage on the Chesapeake Bay, Piankatank River, North and East Rivers, and Mobjack Bay. All this water makes Mathews a haven for boaters, kayakers, fishermen, and nature lovers.


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