Lowes Pond


Lowes Pond, Virginia

Lowes Pond real estate is regarded as a tight inventory market in Virginia for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Lowes Pond
    Northumberland County, Virginia

    Lowes Pond is located in Heathsville, Virginia, within walking distance to Marshall's Beach, and sits near the Virginia/Maryland state line. Richmond is under 100 miles away.

    The Richmond International Airport is under 120 miles away, and the Rappahannock General Hospital is under 30 miles away.

    Residents can enjoy shopping at Wildewood Center and eat at local restaurants such as Newsome’s Restaurant and T&J’s Dairy Bar.

    On and Around the Water

    Lowes Pond spans 26 acres and is part of the White Sand Harbour community.

    Popular activities here are boating, swimming, fishing, and relaxing on the shoreline. Lowes Pond has a swim platform and a boat ramp.

    The community has an expansive beach area with two entrances, tennis courts, pickleball courts, a campground, a nature trail, and another boat ramp for Cubitt Creek.

    Fun in the Area

    A quick drive across the Chesapeake Bay offers up some nature views at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.

    Looking for a historical attraction? The Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Historic Park is located across the Potomac from Lowes Pond.

    Finally, Point Lookout State Park offers unique attractions like a pet beach, historic forts, and a lighthouse.

    Explore Richmond

    The nearby city of Richmond is teeming with historical sites. Monument Avenue and the White House of the Confederacy provide historical information concerning the early days of the United States.

    The top Richmond attraction is Maymont, a 100-acre estate featuring a Japanese garden, petting zoo, carriages, and the Dooley Mansion is available for tour.

    Carytown, a popular city district, is home to unique shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The historic Byrd Theater, which was built in 1928, is celebrating over 90 years of service.

    The Virginia Museum of Art has free admission and features pieces whose creation dates back to 5,000 years.

    A Place to Call Home

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a waterfront property, Lowes Pond is an excellent choice.