South Hill Banks


Essex Water Access

1354 South Hill Banks Drive
Center Cross, VA 22437

Sold CBRAR #1832629 NNAR #103935

South Hill Bank is a neat rancher that sits on over 4 acres and has a fenced back yard.  Conveniently located in the South Hill Banks subdivision near Tappahannock and Rt. 17, the property has deeded access to the Rappahannock River with community sand beach, boat ramp, dock, and picnic area.  The home features an open floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, screened porch, and attached garage.


  • Acreage

    4.6 acres
    Fenced back yard

  • Garage


  • Exterior Features

    Vinyl siding
    Screened porch
    Front porch

  • Community Amenities

    Rappahannock River access
    Boat ramp
    Picnic area
    Sand beach
    $75 yr road maintenance

  • Neat ranch-style home

  • Side view with attached garage

  • Covered front porch

  • View from the front porch

  • Lush green lawn and gravel drive

  • Rear view of house

  • Enjoy the outdoors on your screened porch

  • Over 4 acres with fenced back yard


  • Built

    2005 construction

  • Square Footage

    1632 sq. ft.

  • Living Room

    Hardwood floor

  • Dining Room

    Open to living room
    Access to screened porch

  • Kitchen

    Dining bar
    Oak cabinets
    Hardwood floor

  • Three Bedrooms

  • Two Full Baths

  • Laundry/Mudroom

  • Spacious living room with fireplace

  • Living room view into the dining room and kitchen

  • Dining room opens to screened porch

  • Nicely equipped kitchen with dining bar

  • Kitchen view into the living room

  • Pretty oak floors in the main living areas

  • Master bedroom

  • Master bath with double vanity

  • Master bath has separate shower

  • Bedroom 2

  • Bedroom 3


Essex County

Essex County stretches along the shores of the Rappahannock River and covers 286 square miles.  The current population is approximately 11,000. Ideally located just 45 miles from Richmond and 100 miles from Washington D.C., it’s about an hour’s drive from Williamsburg or Fredericksburg. Established in 1692, Essex is named for the English county of Essex.  With Tappahannock being the county seat and the only large town, the remainder of the county is a land of pastoral rural beauty.

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