Hazel River Cottage
HAZEL RIVER FRONTAGE / SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK
This riverside cottage is charming as can be, but even better is its very special location! Steps away from the Shenandoah National Park, with frontage on the Hazel River, you can sit on the screened porch and listen to the water flowing over the rocks. Walk out your door and take a ramble through the Shenandoah National Park starting on the Hazel River Trail, which connects to miles of trails and even to the scenic Skyline Drive. It is all at your doorstep; no need to drive an hour or more from the city to enjoy nature, no need to get in your car at all. There are few, if any, properties available at this price that can offer this access to the Park or have such beautiful river frontage.
Freshly painted inside, this home is ready for you to make it yours. It has a large living room with a fireplace, a dining room, an updated kitchen, three bedrooms and a bath. While it would be a perfect getaway, or weekend home, it would also be a comfortable full-time home for anyone who cherishes privacy and nature. The yard is sunny, but also shaded, with lots of ground cover and bordered by stone walls. There is a sturdy storage shed, too.
Located on Hungry Horse Lane, this property is only ten minutes from the historic village of Sperryville, in desirable Rappahannock County. The Sperryville Corner (grocery) Store that offers organic vegetables, local meats, great wine and beer selections, RPK and it’s wood fired pizza oven, and an upscale bar, named Francis. Sperryville also has a nine-hole golf course, Headmaster’s Pub, with live music on weekends, Before & After Cafe, Pen Druid Brewing and much more. With this thriving active town just a few miles away, you can enjoy your privacy without feeling isolated. Rappahannock County offers endless opportunities for recreation. There are great restaurants and cafes, farms and orchards, wineries and breweries, concerts, art galleries, and antique shops.
Don’t miss the opportunity to own this special property in the woods. About two hours from Washington DC, an hour from Charlottesville, this home is away from the world and all its cares, surrounded by the best nature has to offer, and it is still close enough to civilization to meet all your needs.