RARE opportunity to purchase a house on Lake Irvington in The Golden Eagle community! Perfect location to have maintenance-free, independent living across the street from RWC and close to the towns of Irvington, White Stone, and Kilmarnock. Over 150 feet of water frontage and private dock, located in a golf course community with a community pool, clubhouse, and The Golden Eagle Grill. Main floor includes two en suite bathrooms, living room with gas logs and cathedral ceiling, dining room, and beautiful morning room overlooking Lake Irvington and open to the kitchen. Off the kitchen is a laundry room that leads to both a lakefront deck for your morning coffee and a covered porch for your grill and outside storage closet. Lower level boasts a large bedroom, full bath with 2 vanities, library with built-in cabinets and shelves, a lakefront room with tons of natural light, private office with built-in cabinets and shelves, and an expansive storage room. Large closets throughout, walk-in closet on lower level (built-in shelves and hanging rods), custom electrical wiring for artwork lighting, tankless hot water heater, two heat pumps with propane back-up furnace. Total finished square footage includes finished basement rooms. HOA Amenities include, Breezeline (basic) Internet & Cable, Trash Pickup, Road Main, & Pool. Call listing agents for more information!
About Alice Riviere I have been in Virginia real estate since 2009. I spent my early years in Richmond, moved to Alexandria where I started my real estate career and then settled in Irvington. Since much of my family is from the Northern Neck, it seemed natural to end up here. In the 90s, I graduated from UVA with a double major in mathematics and communications and I spent my first working years as a teacher. In addition to enjoying real estate, I love working with children and I still spend time tutoring. I am eager to share what the Northern Neck has to offer with those looking to be a part of this unique area. It’s one of the best places in Virginia!
About Kelly Antonio The Northern Neck has always been special to me. I grew up in Heathsville (Northumberland County) and after attending college, getting married, starting a family, and starting my teaching career in Northern Virginia, we decided to come “home.” In 2004 my husband and I moved to the Northern Neck to raise our three boys. I returned to my first career as an early childhood teacher at a local school. A few years ago, I began exploring other opportunities that would give me flexibility and allow me to spend more time with our sons. Going into real estate seemed like a natural step. We’ve renovated two of our own homes and I havefallen in love with the processes behind renovating, restoring – and now selling – homes. I’ve spentmore than half of my life in the Northern Neck and I love helping people find a place here so they can enjoy the area as much as we do.