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Presley Creek Home

$285,000

Presley Creek, Northumberland Waterfront

216 Winding Creek Lane
Heathsville, VA 22473

New NNAR #102850

Private getaway or year-round home on 2 acres with 150′ frontage on Presley Creek off the Potomac River.  This manufactured home features three bedrooms, two baths, cathedral ceilings, and a huge deck.  Upgrades include new flooring, new stainless steel kitchen appliances, and new washer.  The pier was recently refurbished and has 5′ MLW.  Owner is willing to sell furnishings for an additional cost.  If a buyer desires a larger home, the existing footprint is grandfathered for a larger structure.

Exterior

  • Acreage

    2 acres

  • Waterfront

    150' on Presley Creek
    5' MLW pier

  • Exterior Features

    Vinyl siding
    Composition roof
    16' wide deck
    Storage shed
    Well shared with neighbor

  • Nicely maintained manufactured home

  • The home has a full-length deck on the water side

  • Recently refurbished 5' MLW pier

  • Pretty views of Presley Creek

Interior

  • Built

    2001
    Manufactured home

  • Square Footage

    1700 sq. ft.

  • Living Room

  • Dining Area

  • Kitchen

    New stainless appliances

  • Three Bedrooms

  • Two Full Baths

  • Laundry Room

  • Appliances

    Dishwasher
    Microwave
    Refrigerator
    Washer & dryer

  • Comfortable living room with cathedral ceiling

  • Dining area with deck access

  • Kitchen view to the dining area

  • Nicely arranged kitchen with center island

  • Master bedroom with adjoining bath

  • Bedroom 2

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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