Locust Point Lane Residence is a wonderful waterfront property on Mill Creek with views of the Rappahannock River and a short walk to the Wake boat ramp. The private pier is on Parrot Island Cove off Mill Creek. Situated on 3.27 private acres nicely elevated out of the flood zone, the home enjoys an open floor plan with the living room opening to the kitchen and dining area. The living room has a lovely stone fireplace with built-in bookcases on either side. There are granite counters and gorgeous custom cabinets in the spacious kitchen. Off the kitchen is a bright and cheerful sunroom with pretty views of the creek. This home has five bedrooms, four full baths, and an office adjoining the master bedroom with Rappahannock River views. The home has been updated including the master bathroom in 2017; new roofs on the main home, studio and garage/apartment in 2018, and a new deck in 2019. Outbuildings include two detached garages, one with a 720 sq. ft. apartment, and “The Studio”- a small framed house and a rustic screened pavilion that overlooks the creek and pier. This is truly a special property with many possibilities!
3.27 private acres
No flood zone
250'+ on Mill Creek
2-3' MLW Pier (located on Parrot Island Cove)
New roof in 2018
2 detached garages
"The Studio" frame house
Screened pavilion(12' x 52')
4271 sq. ft. total
593 sq. ft. finished basement
1780 sq. ft. unfinished basement
Formal Dining Room
Custom wood cabinets
4 additional bedrooms
Four full bathrooms
Washer & dryer
Welcome to Middlesex County, established in 1673, located off the Chesapeake Bay with the beautiful Rappahannock River, pristine Piankatank River (the cleanest river in the state), plus absolutely stunning, wide, deep creeks. Middlesex is a little over 200 square miles with 80 square miles of waterfront and quaint waterfront towns including Urbanna, Deltaville, and Saluda. Only an 1+ hours to Richmond/Newport News/Williamsburg and 2+ hours to Northern Virginia/Charlottesville.
Urbanna is the largest town in Middlesex and home to the Oyster Festival. For over 50 years, the town has hosted the Oyster Festival on the first weekend in November. Local and visitors alike come to the small town to sample the seafood, enjoy music, and see the crafts offered by local vendors. Urbanna is a “golf cart friendly” community with shops, restaurants, community pool and much more.
Deltaville, while not the largest town, is very well known for its deep anchorage, multiple marinas and amazing waterways and views. It was originally known as “Sandy Bottom” but renamed in 1909. In 2012 Deltaville was named ‘the Boating Capital of the Chesapeake Bay.’ Approximately 500-800 people live here full time and thousands in the summer. Full of shops, restaurants, and waterfront fun, Deltaville is truly a charming town.
With many deep ports off the rivers and bays, Middlesex is well known for its local crabs, oysters, fish, and more. Many locals are watermen who know the waterways better than anyone, and they have some great stories to tell. With so much beauty and serenity, Middlesex County is sure to warm your heart.
Looking for great things to do while here? Visit Virginia’s River Realm and learn more on shops, dining and upcoming events.
Bodies of Water: Chesapeake Bay, Fishing Bay, Rappahannock River, Piankatank River, Urbanna Creek, Robinson Creek, Broad Creek, Jackson Creek, Wilton Creek, Moore Creek, Healy Creek, Hunton Creek, Bush Park Creek, Meachim Creek, LaGrange Creek