This is the perfect land for your dream home to sit among the mature hardwood trees! You can be near all your favorite outdoor activities, hunting, fishing, boating, hiking trails, and more! Surrounded by marinas and restaurants within a short drive!
If you have been looking for a building lot in the Northern Neck – This is it!
Very private – This 15 acre lot with wonderful mature hardwoods on the back of the lot towards the water and approx. 6.5ac of pines on the front of the lot that look to be about 20 years old. This is the final remaining lot in this small subdivision of 4 other houses and lots. All lots are close in size. There is a well-maintained private gravel road that will serve as access to the lot. The lot has power and was previously approved for a perk site.
The lot faces Cubitt Creek with approximately 300+ft on the water. Cubitt Creek is a unique saltwater and brackish water estuary fed by the Potomac River. The Creek does not allow access to the Potomac River but offers ample water depth for boating, paddle sports and some fishing. If you are looking for a place to hang your deer stand, just steps from your back door this is it. There are plenty of big old hardwoods and the land has areas open enough for a small food plot.
Northumberland county is full of wildlife. The turkey harvest data per mile of woods is second highest is the state and far more than double the state average. See the data below.
This is the only waterfront building lot on the market on Cubitt Creek. Perfect for a weekend getaway cottage, full time residence or family cabin if you are hunting other land in the county.
Northumberland County, Virginia, was originally known as Chickacoan, an Indian district on the Northern Neck, lying between the Rappahannock and Potomac rivers, tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay.
In 1648, this “Mother County of the Northern Neck” was organized and named after County Northumberland, England. The first white settler to make a permanent home in the county was Col. John Mottrom, sometime between 1635-1640.