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Old 05-01-2018, 10:51   #16
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Re: Seeking Norfolk/Annapolis Property w/ Dock Space for 50-62 Cat, looking for sugg

Some Virginia counties have personal property tax on boats. Check it out before you buy!
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With a boat that big, up to +100ft mast and 33ft beam, you are limited going up most rivers with fixed bridges. If you are willing to look between. There is one that's 110ft is Norris Bridge on the Rappahannock River. That allows you to get into Irvington, Va on Carters Creek, also the Carrotoman River. The property here has good water and sits mostly high ground, providing great protection, an area that is getting a ton of people moving in to retire. The local schools are solid and the states colleges of Virginia are very good. Right around the corner are the creeks of Fleets Bay (Anitpoison, Dymer, Indian and Dividing), all have deep waterfront and provides some of the best cruising on the East Coast. Lancaster Co, where this is, eliminated boat taxes on boats over 5 ton. Property taxes are also low.
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Re: Seeking Norfolk/Annapolis Property w/ Dock Space for 50-62 Cat, looking for sugg

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We are looking to move from the Northeast to The Norfolk/Annapolis area sometime this year and transition to full-time live aboard lifestyle in 2-3 years.
It would help to know more about your criteria. The only reason I can think of to want to be in Annapolis or Norfolk but not between is to be close to a big airport. Is that it, or is there something else?
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Check out Lancaster County Virginia, Rappahannock River or Chesapeake Bay: way more affordable than Annapolis. The county leans conservative, but there's a very healthy liberal contingent.
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