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Indian Creek Lodge

$545,000

Indian Creek, Northumberland Waterfront

90 South Drive
Kilmarnock, VA 22482

CBRAR #1719947 NNAR #101203

Reminiscent of an Outer Banks lodge, this home is crafted with fine wide pine floors and knotty pine paneling.  With over 3300 square feet, there’s plenty of room for family and guests inside and out with several gathering areas including a den, keeping room with full bar, spacious family room, cozy living room with fireplace, and an enormous upper deck.  Fronting on a well-protected cove of Indian Creek, the property has a 4-6′ MLW pier, jet ski port, and floating dock.  The home is located in Indian Creek Estates, a golf cart community, and is within walking distance of Indian Creek Yacht & Country Club having a social clubhouse, restaurant, tennis, swimming pool, and marina (membership available).  Note:  hot tub does not convey.  Some home furnishings available for purchase.

Exterior

  • Acreage

    0.66 acre

  • Waterfront

    Indian Creek
    4-6' MLW pier
    Jet ski port
    Floating dock

  • Details

    Wood siding
    Deck
    Heat pump
    Window a/c units

  • Indian Creek Lodge is in a perfect placement to the Bay & town!

  • Fabulous location to the Chesapeake Bay with 4-6'MLW

Interior

  • Built

    1975

  • Square Footage

    3315

  • Living Room

    Fireplace
    Opens to Dining Area
    Glass doors to deck

  • Den

  • Keeping Room

    Full bar area

  • Family Room

    Sliding glass doors

  • Three Bedrooms

  • Two Full Baths

  • Appliances

    Dishwasher
    Refrigerator
    Range
    Washer & dryer

Location

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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