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Millstone Farmhouse

$360,000

Milford Haven, Mathews Waterfront

60 Millstone Lane
Gwynn, VA 23066

Pending CBRAR #1920151

Millstone Farmhouse…First time offering of pristine waterfront parcel and 125 year-old farmhouse overlooking Milford Haven on Gwynn’s Island.  This lovely and sturdy old home has bright and airy rooms, lathe and horsehair plaster walls – they don’t build ’em like this anymore!  Improvements in 2000 included replacement windows, exterior doors, roof, and gutters. Private location on 1.8 acres, great open lawn, gorgeous wide water views.  Bulkhead/rip rap completed in 1997. Just minutes from Chesapeake Bay!

Exterior

  • Acreage

    1.8 acres
    AE6 flood zone

  • Waterfront

    Milford Haven frontage
    Rip rap shoreline

  • Garage

    Detached 1 car

  • 125 year old house - built to last. Roof, gutters, windows, exterior doors in 2000.

  • Vinyl siding and 2000 composite roof/gutters

  • 2 story farmhouse - original separate kitchen has been incorporated by foyer/breezeway. Third story is ready for expansion!

  • Shoreline riprapped for erosion protection

  • More views . . . this would never get old!

  • View north along property line to salt marsh pond

  • View, views, views over Milford Haven

Interior

  • Built

    1894

  • Square Footage

    1670 sq. ft.

  • Foyer

    13'2x8'10
    Bridges LR & kitchen

  • Living Room

    21'3x13'5
    Water views

  • Kitchen

    15'2x13'3
    Country kitchen
    Water views

  • Three Bedrooms

    15'2x13'10 Master
    13'6x13'4 Bedroom 2
    15'3x13'4 Bedroom 3

  • One Full Bath

  • Additional Rooms

    9'6x7'4 (office or possible bath)
    29'6x12' walk-up attic

  • Appliances

    Range
    Refrigerator
    Microwave

  • Living Room with large picture window overlooking Milford Haven

  • Oh the charm of a country kitchen!

  • Large bedroom with closets on second level

  • Second large bedroom upstairs

Location

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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