Welcome to Highfield Acres and Eagles Watch! Duck hunters, wildlife enthusiasts. If you are looking for a property on which to create the lifestyle many only dream of, read on! First time listed for sale in over 20 years, this 77 acre property is great for hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, photography, and farming on your own private park with approximately 3/4 to 1 mile of frontage on Highfield and Tuckahoe Creeks. Located in Cordova MD, about 3 miles off Rt 404, the property is about 9 miles from Easton, 18 miles from St. Michaels, and 38 miles from Annapolis. Enjoy the peaceful Eastern Shore lifestyle, while close enough to frequent the dining, shopping, and recreational activities offered in Denton, Easton, Saint Michaels and Annapolis in just a short pleasant ride. Several miles to the local public boat launch. The historic Wayman Wharf site is just across the creek. The property consists of about 30 acres of land, surrounded in areas by 47 acres of beautiful marsh land. Highfield Acres refers to the upper portion of the property, consisting of a beautiful level site, with a nice open field, surrounded by woods on 3 sides, on land which gently slopes to Highfield Creek. The boundary of the upper portion of the property extends to the center of Highfield Creek on the right side as the creek peacefully meanders its way to Tuckahoe Creek. The boundary on the left side in areas extends 17 feet from the center of Mill Ridge Road, as the owner of this property is the owner of Mill Ridge Road. At the property entrance, the cedar trees to the left of the road are the boundary. The road is maintained through deeded agreements, by the owners of the other 6 lots on Mill Ridge Road. The community pier is also owned by the owner of this property, and is also maintained through deeded agreements by the other six home owners in the community. (The current owner has often joined in for work done, but was not required to). The pier is great for gatherings, a base for your fishing or pontoon boat, or swimming platform. Eagles Watch refers to the lower portion of the property accessed through a narrow passage between the lot 6 home and Highfiled Creek. All lower land, including the joining marsh, visible at low tide and bounded by the lot 6 home, Highfield Creek, and Tuckaho Creek is owned by the owner of this property. This portion of the property notably also contains some hemlock trees, which are unusual for the area. Hike the trails created by the current owner over the past 20 years, or make more trails, to access your own private camping areas, fishing holes, blinds or stands, or just rest in the pristine wooded areas, while watching and listening to the abundant eagles, geese, ducks, deer, turkeys and other Eastern Shore wildlife. The property is pristine. When the original farm was purchased and subdivided years ago, a sewage reserve area was approved by the county for a location on the upper end of the 77 acre parcel. The current owner never pursued the thought of building, wishing to simply enjoy the land only. A call to the county is recommended in order to learn the best way to move forward to build your home. To the best of the owners knowledge, there are no restrictions on the removal of timber. This is an amazing opportunity.
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