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this is identified as stafford tax information #23-2f: Clifton Point 1.694 ac family subdivision. this is right on Clifton Point..
history: this land has a rich history. a plantation called ?clifton? was here for several centuries. during the civil war the area was taken over by the union army and the family?s historic clifton chapel (off rt. 611) was taken over. in the late 19th century 8 daughters were born here, one of whom was kate waller barrett, a famous philanthropist and women?s rights activist, commemorated at the virginia state capitol. after the civil war the seller's great grandfather and grandmother operated (at the time) the largest fishery on the east coast from the shore. fish were transported to washington, d.c. & other points by the railroad, which came in around the 1880s. in the 1880s, the shore became famous for its duck hunting, and u.s. president grover cleveland rented the duck blinds here.
in late fall 1903, samuel langley attempted flight of an airplane launched from the potomac river at widewater. the plane crashed. the seller even has a small piece of the wood from the airplane that washed up on shore and kept in the family. to commemorated his discoveries, langley airforce base was named in his honor. the plantation house burned down in 1946. the area was formerly spelled as wide water (2 words). today it is spelled as one word.
beaches: our property features several beautiful sandy beaches on the potomac river. on the southern portion the beach can be accessed by a dirt road. there is a small fishing cabin (no utilities) that is approx 14x16 ft with loft. it is on the footprint of fishing structures that were here when this property had a large seine fishery. there is also a new storage shed (approx 12x14 ft). toward the north there are tall cliffs.
we are extremely proud to offer this grand historic riverfront area on the market. a rare opportunity to own an amazing part of stafford county....
About Ashley Alperin, Realtor
After beginning her career as a paralegal in a residential real estate law firm in 2001, Ashley pursued her dream of becoming a realtor after several years. With extensive knowledge about title insurance, lending and real estate law, she became an incredible ally and asset to her clientele, and continues to provide unparalleled representation and customer service to her buying and selling clients.
Interest rates continue to stay low, and as we approach the traditiona
""Even though buying and selling simultaneously can be stressful, Ashley assisted us in every aspect and made the process super smooth! On top of that, we received five offers on our house, and Ashley helped us navigate through the process and got us $11,000 over our list price!" "
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