Check out this amazing waterfront property. This gorgeous ramble sits on a 1.38 acre gated lot with tons of yard space, multiple outbuildings, garden, and 150 ft pier with boat and jetski lifts. Enjoy the waterfront views from every room in the house,
your back deck or from its amazing pier while you sit out with the family and eat Maryland's finest crabs with your family and friends! This home features and open upgrades kitchen, stainless steel appliances, electric and gas stove, hardwood floors,
huge back deck, water view hot tub, and much more. Don't miss this amazing paradise!
Nanjemoy is a settlement along Maryland Route 6 in southwestern Charles County, Maryland, United States, and the surrounding large rural area more or less bounded by Nanjemoy Creek to the east and north, and the Potomac River to the south and west. It
and the creek draw their names from a Native American tribe. Nanjemoy is within the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, being about 25 miles (40 km) south of the Capital Beltway (Interstates 95 and 495). Nanjemoy is full of wildlife and places to view
Just a short drive from Washington D.C., the Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay is home to the largest number of visible historic shipwrecks in the Western Hemisphere, and offers a truly unique paddling experience. Over one hundred wooden and steel-hulled ships
dating from the 18th century through the mid-20th century are located here, with nearly ninety belonging to the United States Shipping Board’s World War I Emergency Fleet of wooden steamships. These unique sites are evolving into veritable islands: artificial
habitats for birds, animals and fish of all kinds.
As the historic hub of the Mallows Bay-Wide water National Register Historic and Archaeological District, Mallows Bay offers visitors the most unique maritime landscape in the Chesapeake Tidewater, where history is in the process of becoming nature itself.
Purse (Part of Nanjemoy WMA) is located on the Potomac River on Wades Bay. Purse is a wooded undeveloped area that is used for hunting, bird watching, shore fishing and fossil hunting. It is available for public use year round, sunrise to sunset.
Parking is located off of Maryland Route 224 across from a 3/4 mile trail leading to the waterfront.
Purse is a part of the Aquia Formation which formed in the Paleocene Epoch about 60 million years ago when a gigantic meteor hit the earth. This area was covered with warm shallow water which made it a suitable habitat for sand tiger sharks, mackerel
sharks, Turritella (snails) and Eagle Rays more specifically Cownose Rays which all lived during this time period.
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