Rosegill



 

Rosegill is a 860-acre waterfront property located on the south shore of the Rappahannock River and on Urbanna Creek, across from the town of Urbanna, Virginia. There are two lakes, a private airstrip, a hangar, barns and a boat house.

It is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful waterfront properties in Virginia. The three main houses date from 1650, when they were built by Ralph Wormeley, a colonial governor of Virginia. Thus the houses are about 100 years older than most of Williamsburg.

 

 

Rosegill fronts on Rt. 33 about two miles east of Saluda and on Rt. 227 as it goes into the town of Urbanna. It is located within a 50-mile radius of Richmond, and within a 100-mile radius of Washington, DC. Typical driving times are one hour and fifteen minutes to Richmond, and about two and a half hours to Washington.

Urbanna Creek is a busy harbor with two marinas. The Urbanna Harbour subdivision is located within Rosegill and includes boat slips for use of the property owners, as well as for sale.

 

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