Average Price in Rescue: $0 / County Average: $413,732
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Rescue: $0 / County Average: $180
Average Walkscore in Rescue: 2 / County Average: 10
Average Year Built in Rescue: 0 / County Average: 2001
Average Days on Website in Rescue: 18844 / County Average: 82
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opportunities abound: continue the successful kenneling & grooming of dogs(40 dog kennel) & cats(separate "cat house" for cats + exotics) at the renowned "sandy creek pet resort" and /or add horses, alpacas, a nursery, an animal Rescue, veterinary(?), the possibility of the cultivation of new allowed crop(cannabis?)+++ endless possibilities! all the while living in a modern but cozy, lodge like home built just 9 years ago w/1st floor living + a 2nd floor game room/pub &exercise room w/half bath. retreat to the private backyard oasis(pool, hot tub, massive stone f/p& tiki bar). bonus: an income producing airbnb "the inn at sandy creek" must see uploaded doc ...
located in the quiet & quaint little fishing village of Rescue & min. to several boat launche...
Great opportunity to buy on the beautiful tidal waters of jones creek just a short distance to the mouth of pagan creek and the james river...
each rental brings in $550/month. it is close to medical facilities and fire and Rescue....
About Jeff Slocumb
I strive to demonstrate the highest level of integrity and commitment, and to bring a little fun into the real estate transaction. As the son of a 25 year civil service employee and a 30 year veteran myself I know a thing or two about moving.
Having relocated to Hampton Roads in 2008 I now call this home and LOVE it.
My 10 years living in our beautiful region has exposed me to the best of what we have to offer. Combining my decade living here along with my experience with moving locally or all the way across country results in a experienced agent you can trust. My dedication to the Real Estate profession can simply be summed up - "Client Before Commission". My clients interest are, and always will be, first in my job description.