A truly rare opportunity along Virginia’s coast. An outdoorsman’s paradise. The perfect balance of pursuit and happiness. The Preserve’s deer and turkeys cut silently through the forests of old-growth oaks and pine. The waters off the Preserve’s almost two miles of creek and bay frontage teem with life. Acres of pristine wetlands surround a 3.15± acre natural pond and also invite and sustain many varieties of waterfowl in countless numbers. White sand beaches along Chesapeake Bay. Protected, quiet anchorages on Cloverdale Creek. Unending, ever changing, panoramic views of the creek and bay clear to the ships channel from each of the only four waterfront home sites.
Of the 171.592± acres in this coastal gem, over 165 acres will remain as they always have been and are purposely preserved and evermore replenished. Indeed, the Preserve’s gem quality is raised by the renown of 315± acres across the creek owned and protected by the Commonwealth of Virginia, distinguished as Dameron Marsh. Too, the Preserve is immersed in hundreds more pristine acres of farmland and woodland.
Under your stewardship of this natural sanctuary, your personal refuge, you will someday come to say: Sure, I might not get my fish, but I know my life won’t be the one that got away.