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"High 5" ~ Lot 5 Highland Place ~ Dividing Creek

This sunny, level, waterfront point is ready for your home and offers 5 feet ± Mean Low Water just off The Bay! Situated in a small, 8-lot subdivision with a community water supply, this level and open building site has a "laid back" bank with rip-rap at the toe, and a nicely elevated shoreline with wrap-around water views looking East, North, and West across Highland Cove of Dividing Creek.

Consisting of 1.48 acres with 233 feet ± of shoreline, Lot 5 at Highland Place offers a Certification Letter for a 3-Bedroom conventional, on-site, sewage disposal system. Highland Place is nicely situated just off Cobbs Hall Road, near the historic Lee home of Cobbs Hall, and also near the historic DuPont home of Ditchley. It is convenient to the Towns of Kilmarnock, Wicomico Church and Burgess, and also to the Indian Creek Yacht & Country Club. An approximate address for mapping purposes is 152 Jordan Lane, Kilmarnock, Virginia, 22482. Property Owner's Association Fees are $260.00 per year.

It is just around the corner from the Hughlett Point Natural Area so that a stroll on the beach is just minutes away. Dividing Creek flows directly into the Chesapeake Bay and offers a protected harbor close to blue-water boating!

Exclusively Offered for $235,000

The bank has been "laid back" for a gentler slope to the waterfront. This is the long view looking East.

This level, open lot is easy to build on! A community well supplies water.

This is the pastoral view directly across the creek, where you can see the tawny corn stubble after the harvest.

The view directly across Highland Cove, looking North.

This is looking upstream in Highland Cove, to the Northwest. There is a little red barn across the creek and tucked behind a tree, providing a rural atmosphere for this convenient-to-town property.

This chart shows the location of "High 5". Dividing Creek continues South of Hughlett Point where it enters the Chesapeake Bay. there is a clear, deep channel all the way.

The plat showing Lot 5.

The topographical survey map shows the historic sites for the Lee "Burying Ground" and their home place, Cobbs Hall.

For more details, feel free to call:

Bruce & Jill Anderson

Telephone: 804-436-5251

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