Footprint in the Cove: A protective anchorage to be sure, navigable from Occohannaock Creek, a well charted creek to the Chesapeake Bay. These waters have documented history of seafaring merchants since 1621. The Coves, such as this was held dear to weather a storm or in many cases to hide from one's enemies. There is a house built in 1982 that is in complete disarray, roof gone, yet tall center block walls still stand, as if to say no wind nor tide will break my spirit. 1.7 surveyed acre with septic and well installed. Home sits just 50' from a high bank, estimate to be 7'. elevation. A project no doubt, certainly worth all efforts. The photo of the dock is from the neighbor's dock. Was the best way to show the property. County has approved to build on footprint.