AMAZING VIEWS come with this waterfront property on deep protected water. Approximately 258 feet of water frontage with easy access to open water. Great location. It has 3 decent sized bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. There are many updates throughout including new flooring, fresh paint, ceramic countertops. Open concept floorplan with lots of windows to take full advantage of the views. There is a deck across the rear of the house with a hot tub. Shoreline has been rip-rapped. Peace and serenity here in your own little private paradise. Enjoy watching waterfowl and you can fish and crab right in your back yard! Great for a year-round residence or for a fun and close by escape from the city - or weekend place. Just a little over an hour from DC! It even has a nice sized garage with plenty of storage. Also, some special fun features - the claw-foot bathtub and pedestal sink in the hall bath were allegedly were on the set of the movie The Day the Earth Stood Still. Also the historical little Delco House on the property -The Delco House is an artifact of Southern Marylands -- and rural Americas -- history. Prior to FDR's Rural Electrification Act of 1936, growing electric utility companies were not required to make electricity available to remote areas of the United States, but were allowed to concentrate on more profitable urban enterprises. To try to stay up to speed with the growth of domestic technology in the country, the farmers and watermen of Southern Maryland -- like farmers across the country -- purchased small direct current DC generators from companies including Delco -Detroit Electric which could charge and maintain a rack of batteries that provided limited 32 volt DC electric light and household appliances for farmhouses. In Southern Maryland, these miniature Delco-Light powerplants were often housed in eight foot-square, green triangular-roofed clapboard outbuildings which came to be known, generically, as Delco Houses. Only a few of these buildings remain in St. Marys County. This Delco House represents a slice of history from the first half of the twentieth century, which gave our farmers and watermens families a taste of the fast growing technology that we take for granted today. Do not miss out on this gem!!