Facing the Atlantic entry to the Chesapeake Bay on the southernmost tip of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Pickett’s Harbor Beach House is part of a family estate held since the King land grants to the Owner’s family. With over 27 acres of private beach, Pickett’s Harbor Beach House comfortably sleeps 8-10 people and is a secluded and exclusive respite for beachcombers, sunbathers and sportsmen alike. Country lanes traverse the property with endless paths for biking, hiking, running or just strolling. A state-protected Reserve is located within the property and during the fall and winter; Pickett’s Harbor becomes a birder’s paradise as it is one of the major north-south stopovers for the annual bird migration. Little has changed in this part of the world since John Smith arrived and approved.