Woodland cottage across the street from Potomac River. This property is perfect for a quick get away less than 2 hours from DC. Fully renovated, the single level cottage is sparkling clean and cozy and has a stunning views into the woods, and sunsets over the Potomac River. We love to watch the night lights of Virginia, and the abundance of wildlife. Well trained polite pets are welcomed with advance written approval.
This modern year-round retreat is equipped with Smart TVs, cable, Netflix, Wi-Fi, docking stations, as well as linens and any other items you might expect in a well equipped home, including bikes, puzzles and Keurig.
Two of the three bedrooms are outfitted with comfortable queen-size beds, the third is set up as a den with fireplace and reclining sofa (double). The sofa -bed in the living room pulls out into a comfortable place to sleep as well.
A water access easement runs from our door step to the Potomac River bulkhead. The central heat, and central AC are always comfortable. In addition, to the two electric fireplaces there is an outdoor fire pit. All windows are screened and open if you want to feel the breezes off the river and listen to bird song in the spring.
Fishing and Crabbing for our famous Maryland Blue Crabs is a popular activity furthermore, Tall Timbers Private Beach Club is short walk from the cottage. The village of Tall Timbers and the Marina are both an easy walk.
The beaches, docks, lighthouse and bridge at Piney Point and St. George's Island are a short drive. We are happy to assist you in booking fishing charters, or cruise the Potomac with a qualified waterman. Located fifteen miles by car from Historic St. Mary's City (Maryland's Colonial Capitol dating to 1634) we are only two hours from the District of Columbia.
Tall Timbers, the community, is actually a forgotten Maryland treasure where time stands still. It consists of two rows of houses situated between the Potomac River and a dense timbered forest. We are located 3 miles east of the Piney Point/ St. George's Island Bridge off Maryland Route 249 not far from where the Potomac River flows into the Chesapeake Bay.