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Welcome to 83 Sandpiper Lane!  Our house is located on Windmill Point in White Stone, Virginia, at the mouth of the Rappahanock River on its northern bank, where it meets the Chesapeake Bay.  From our beach, the river is five miles wide, directly across from Deltaville, and a quarter mile northwest of the Chesapeake.  Our 2.5 acres of land boasts 250 feet of shoreline, a private sandy beach, a dock, a waverunner lift, a basketball court, and enough room to toss around a football, frisbee, baseball, lacrosse ball, or anything else that flies.  We have three bedrooms (two with queen size beds, and a bunk room with two bunkbeds (i.e. four beds total)), two bathrooms, and a spacious outdoor shower.  Tall pines on the front yard (river facing) provide excellent shade in the afternoon if you need a break from the sunny beach to play a game of corn toss, or to set up the fire for the evening in the fire pit to sample some smores with the kids.  No slimey sand on our beach – at low tide with the slow sloping beach an adult can walk 100 plus yards off the shore and still be standing.  Bring your waverunner and use at your liesure without having to tow in and out with each use.  Catch some fish off of the dock, or, if you are as bad as we are at fishing, drive in the morning to the commercial fisherman up the road to get some flounder fresh from his morning catch.  Enjoy your morning coffee on the outdoor patio, play card games on the front screen porch, take an overexposed picture of the spectacular sunsets, or just kick back with a cold refreshing drink and let the summer day just stretch on!

We have two sea kayaks available for your use, as well as a paddle board, and you are welcome to bring your own sunfish, waverunner, windsurfer, or other beach toys that will enhance your vacation.  But don’t worry about bring your own beach chairs or beach umbrella – we got that covered!

Walk to the Pelican Bar/Restaurant on the water to catch a live band on a Saturday night, head up the road to Irvington to catch breakfast at the Tide’s Inn, from there sample some local wine and oysters at the Dog and Oyster, head into Kilmarnock for some antique and specialty shops.  Take a day trip to Busch Gardens, historic Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown, Richmond (each between 1 and 1.5 hours), Virginia Beach (2 hours), or even Washington D.C. (2.75 hours).

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