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Sail Cove Ranch

$217,900

Queens Creek, Mathews Water Access

572 Skipjack Lane
Cobbs Creek, VA 23035

New CBRAR #1735131

This brick one-story home is in the much-desired Sail Cove neighborhood with community access to Queens Creek, picnic area, boat ramp, and fishing pier.  An open floor plan greets you, and there’s a bright sunroom with built-ins, three bedrooms, and two full baths.  Recent improvements include Andersen windows, roof, HVAC system, deck, and propane tank.  The 3/4 acre yard is nicely landscaped and offers much privacy.

Exterior

  • Acreage

    0.77 acre
    Nicely landscaped

  • Sail Cove Amenities

    Queens Creek access
    Pier
    Boat ramp
    Picnic area
    HOA $35 per year

  • Garage

    Attached

  • Lovely brick rancher

  • Nicely landscaped

  • Front walk to the porch

  • Front porch

  • Spacious rear deck

  • Exterior view of sunroom

  • Rear view

  • Attached garage

  • Storage shed

  • Wooded entrance drive

  • Private access road for Sail Cove members

Interior

  • Built

    1970

  • Square Footage

    1570 sq. ft.

  • Great Room

    Fireplace
    Dining area

  • Kitchen

    Center island

  • Three Bedrooms

  • Two Full Baths

  • Sunroom

    Built-in cabinetry
    Deck access

  • Appliances

    Dishwasher
    Range
    Refrigerator
    Dryer

  • Great room entrance

  • Pretty painted brick fireplace

  • Another great room view

  • Dining area view to foyer

  • Dining area view to sunroom

  • Dining area view to kitchen

  • Great room view to kitchen

  • Center island with drop-in range and raised dining bar

  • Plenty of cabinet space

  • Another kitchen view

  • Bright sunroom

  • Built-in desk and cabinetry in the sunroom

  • Another sunroom view

  • Sunroom door to deck

  • Master bedroom

  • Entrance to adjoining master bath

  • Master bath

  • Bedroom 2

  • Bedroom 3

  • Guest bath

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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