Lindal Cedar at Oyster Point in Reedville, a true cedar crafted home with high ceilings, quality construction, soaring windows, open spaces and fresh scents of natural woods. This waterfront home features wide views over Bridge Creek just off the Little Wicomico River and out to the Chesapeake Bay, with 5′ MLW at the pier with a boat lift and large boat slips. Great area for exploring, fishing, creek cruising and relaxing near the bay! This lovely Lindal cedar home has tile floors with radiant heat, one floor living with atrium, waterfront sunroom, Living Room with stone fireplace wall having a wood stove. Dining area opens to a large kitchen with a new 5-burner gas cooktop and a new stainless steel refrigerator, large island, double wall ovens, dishwasher,and built-in desk. A first floor Master Suite has access to the sunroom, walk-in custom closet and a master bath with jetted bathtub, double sink vanity, bidet, toilet, walk-in shower and large exercise room with access to the greenhouse. The greenhouse once housed over 100 orchids and has a relaxing hot tub. Upstairs has a large landing area, a waterfront en suite guest room and third bedroom.
The outdoor spaces at this home feature a composite deck on the waterside and the road side of the home, a large workshop having two large rooms and a guest suite with a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and sunroom. A fenced garden area with raised beds and a shed with a cement floor and electricity, plus fenced blueberry vines. All on 2.51 acres with beautiful waterfront views!
Bridge Creek off Little Wicomico River
Large Boat Slips
Attached 2-Car Garage (713 SF)
Detached 1-Car Garage with Large Workshop (1576 SF) & Guest Quarters with Kitchen, Bedroom & Sunroom (656 SF)
Fenced in Raised Bed Area
Shed with Cement Floors
Established Fenced Blueberry
Stone walled Fireplace with Wood Stove insert
Stainless Steel Refrigerator
5-Burner Gas Cooktop
Double wall Ovens
Access from Living Room & Master Suite
24' X 10'
3 Bedrooms in Home
Detached 1 Bedroom
Master Suite Features
Attached Master Bath with bidet, toilet, 2-head stand up shower, jetted tub & double sink vanity
Custom Walk-in cedar Closet
Access from Exercise Room
Once housing over 100 Orchids
Northumberland County 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. Northumberland is home to some charming towns. The town of Reedville is rich in maritime history and home to the Chesapeake Bay Menhaden Fleet. There is abundant shopping and dining in the town of Kilmarnock, which stretches from the edge of Northumberland into Lancaster County. Located just outside of Kilmarnock in Northumberland County is Indian Creek Yacht & Country Club with an 18-hole golf course, social activities, yacht club, indoor/outdoor tennis and more (membership required). Northumberland’s greatest asset is its waterfront, with miles of bay and river frontage, fishing charters and tournaments, cruises to Tangier, and ideal areas for water sports, kayaking, and taking in the sights and sounds of nature. Northumberland/Lancaster is also home to active local chapters of the Audobon Society, Master Naturalists, Master Gardeners, and Native Plant Society.
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. The county seat is Heathsville, with its historic district, Colonial-era Hughlett’s Tavern. For some delightful places to visit, check out Good Luck Cellars and Ditchley Cider Works.
Come to Northumberland… a great place to visit, a great place to call home.
Areas in Northumberland: Kilmarnock, Burgess, Callao, Heathsville, Lottsburg, Reedville, Wicomico Church
Bodies of Water: Chesapeake Bay, Ingram Bay, Potomac River, Great Wicomico River, Cockrell Creek, Dividing Creek, Indian Creek, Mill Creek, Tipers Creek