Panoramic waterfront views, stunning sunsets and opportunity galore await on 50-plus acres King George! With only so much riverfront land available or hitting the market in recent years, this multi-faceted land offering is a rare gem. Kept in-family since the mid-1970s, it has been the setting for family reunions on the water, cookouts, summer barbecues and memorable outdoor excursions. There are opportunities for hunting, fishing, farming and seemingly everything in between. For hunters, count on regular duck, deer and turkey sightings. On the fishing front, two piers and a boat ramp convey with the sale, in addition to all the catfish, crab and more that await in the Rappahannock. Zoned for agriculture, a significant portion of the land is cleared and primed for farming. In recent years, the land has been leased for growing corn or soybeans, presenting its newest owner an opportunity for additional income. Prior to its agricultural phase, the land was zoned for forestry. Should its new owner want to rezone to forestry, there are towering trees throughout the property for harvesting hardwood. A one-acre parcel within the land, on a bluff overlooking the water, is perfect for building the home of your dreams. It has been graded and features views down to the riverfront area and well beyond. Near the potential home-site, the prior owner had a personal garden that produced savory cantaloupe, watermelon and more. And this home-site is just the beginning for any other construction aspirations you may have throughout the broader land! There is also a steel structure that opens at both ends and conveys with the sale. It was used to house both a 20-foot-long boat and farm tractor with bush hog. To access the property, there is a private entrance between 15294 and 15376 Greenlaw Way. From there, a dirt road runs along a timber-clad ridgeline from the road down to the water. History-wise, deeds for the property stem back to the 1840s, with the site being home to a cannery and steamboat landing in its heyday. Today, the land and surrounding areas have been well-protected. Adjacent to the property and just east is a bird sanctuary and within a mile is the Lands End Wildlife Management Area, a wildlife refuge. In terms of location, the land is just northeast of Portobago Bay along a rare bend in the river known as North Bend. Access to State Route 3 is less than 2 miles from the property, with US Routes 301 and 17 within minutes, too. The immediate area is home to vineyards galore and the shopping, restaurants and culture attractions of Colonial Beach, Dahlgren and Fredericksburg are within 20 minutes.