Widewater Village
Widewater Village

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$565,000 | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths
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Widewater Beach Real Estate

Homes for sale within Stafford County's Widewater Beach neighborhood


Potomac Point Winery

Close to Widewater Village you'll find an award winning local winery where you can go and have tastings or just relax by the fire. Potomac Point Winery is located on the Grapes and Grain Trail. In addition to the winery, you can take a trip along the wine, beer, and spirits trail of Stafford, Spotsylvania and Fredericksburg. There are eight stops along the trail, including four award winning wineries, three breweries and a distillery. Potomac Winery is family friendly featuring a "Little Buds Room" and are also pet friendly. You'll feel you stumbled in Tuscany after stopping by the tasting room.

Susan Pash Susan Pash

Potomac Point Winery

This beautiful, Mediterranean-style winery opened in spring 2007. The estate includes a delicious bistro, tasting room, internal courtyard, pavilion and event room. A special cellar acts as both a barrel room, as well as a romantic dining room for elegant meals, tastings and special functions. The vineyard grounds are ideal for special events. Just one mile from the Potomac River, the location was selected because of its rich history, fertile soil and river influences. The vineyard grounds were once part of the Richland property, previously owned by Robert Fitzhugh Lee, Governor of Virginia in 1885. This area was also home to the Patawomeck Indians - the tribe from which Pocahontas descended. Sun, Mon, Wed, Thurs: 11am-6pm // Fri.-Sat. 11am-9:30pm (Bistro hours vary)

Doris McAdams Doris McAdams