Historic House Listings

Hurtsville Plantation, Circa 1776! Chesapeake Bay frontage. 324 acres in VA. $2,390,000

February 2, 2019

This could be pretty amazing! Hurtsville Plantation was built in 1776! Located on 324.4 acres in Kilmarnock, Virginia. This property has frontage along the Chesapeake Bay and Ball Creek. Hurstville Plantation is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are water views from every room in this house. Hurstville Plantation has three chimneys, the largest supports four fireplaces. This property has one mile of private beach along the Chesapeake Bay and over two miles of shoreline along Ball Creek! The property also has a garage, a pier and a boat landing. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,900 square feet. $2,390,000

From the Zillow listing:


Hurstville is a historic waterfront plantation, with an original Tidewater style house built in 1776 and significant frontage along both the Chesapeake Bay and Ball Creek. The house is a three bay, story-and-a-half structure, with a brick foundation, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house has two full bedrooms, as well as a sleeping loft, and two bathrooms. There is a central hall, dining room, family room, study, quaint kitchen, and several porches. Includes spectacular waterfront views from every room and three brick chimneys, the largest of which supports four separate fireplaces. The property consists of 324 acres with nearly a mile of beach frontage along the Chesapeake Bay and over two and half miles of tidal shoreline along Ball Creek. The property has significant frontage along Balls Neck Road and is comprised of various age-class timberland, cropland, tidal marsh, beach, and woodlands. Hurstville has been used primarily for hunting and recreation over the past several decades, with a diverse waterfowl population, deer, and wild turkeys. Oysters and various fish are harvested from the creek. A garage, pier, and boat landing compliment the property.

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