A beautiful tree lined driveway ushers guests into their very own private oasis at this elegant Eastern Shore Cape Cod located a short drive to St. Michaels. Featuring three acres of land overlooking the Leadenham Creek, a private waterfront and boat lift and slip which offers guests the opportunity to canoe or kayak, go waterskiing, tubing, or fish and crab right off the dock - (2) crab traps provided. Highlights of this home include WIFI Internet, a living room with a wood burning fireplace and a dining room that seats (10), a large eat in kitchen, a screened in porch, a screened in hot tub, a deck with southeastern views of the water which makes for fabulous outdoor entertaining. Perfect for spring/summer outdoor activities and fall/winter getaways when you can rest and relax in the hot tub on those chilly days and nights.
This home has 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths (all en suite); a living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen and laundry room. The upstairs Master Bedroom has a king size bed with a gas fireplace and views of the water. The Master bath has a Jacuzzi and Steam Shower. Down the hall is another bedroom with a queen and a twin trundle bed. The first floor has two more bedrooms with queen beds.
Close by, there is a nature sanctuary with trails for walking, biking and bird watching. You can sail, golf, fish, or go crabbing. If you want a night at home, you can lounge in the hammock in the summer followed by a nice relaxing soak in the hot tub .
This home is a short distance to the town of St. Michaels where you can dine on the water at the Crab Claw or Town Dock Restaurant or go to the St. Michaels Winery & Brewery. Enjoy concerts at the Chesapeake Maritime Museum http://cbmm.org/ during the summer months. Shop in a small town atmosphere or attend an arts & crafts exhibit. In December, come and enjoy “Christmas in St. Michaels”.
For all the football fans, Navy’s football season starts early September and Annapolis is a quick 1 hour ride.
For another fun all day event, rent a boat at Tilghman Marina, or take a ferry to Oxford and spend a day on the water and watch the spectacular sunset from the point.