Corratock Preserve is a unique Virginia property. The property dates back to circa 1780 and is the third largest estate on the Eastern Shore of Virginia offering 1,194 acres of space.
Corratock has a private 2.5 mile stretch of beach and 10.8 miles of shoreline with plenty of room for all sorts of opportunities for recreation and enjoyment of the unique local ecosystem.
The main home is over 2,700 square feet with a spacious kitchen, family room, and dining room all with fireplaces on the first level.
Ida O’Hearn oil paintings dating 1860 surround the family and dining room fireplaces.
Set off on its own little peninsula is a tower cabin stretching above the trees with 360-degree views of water and wildlife.
On the two-plus miles of private beach you’ll find your own off the grid beach bungalow directly on the Chesapeake Bay with a great front and roof top deck for more panoramic views.
With over 10 miles of private coastline, over two miles of sandy beach, five piers, three acres of duck impoundments, boat launch and much more, this property is a world unto itself.
This home is listed for $3.15 million with Long & Foster and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.
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