Welcome to The Homeplace in Irvington, Virginia! Irvington sits on Carter’s Creek in the Northern Neck of Virginia. The creek is a tributary to the Rappahannock River. The town is quite small but has an extensive history. Before it became... Read more
Well, now that we’ve visited the house, let’s walk down towards the creek! Carter’s Creek, formally known as “Carter’s Creek Wharf”, served as a prominent steamboat waterway between the 1890s and early 1900s. While there is stil... Read more
While the Robert O. Norris Bridge does not have an extensive history, it hold significant meaning to my life and my family. The bridge, locally referred to as the “Norris Bridge” or “Whitestone Bridge”, was built in 1957. The bridge... Read more
Stingray Point is located in Deltaville, Va. It is a bit of a drive from Irvington by car, but by boat it is only a twenty-minute ride. The views out to the point are incredible and the point is home to lots of history. The point initially ... Read more
Upon entering Carter’s Creek, the first thing in your line of sight is the Tides Inn Resort. The Tides Inn, or “The Tides”, is one of the crown jewels of Irvington. It serves as a focal point in the creek, as well as in the town. The ... Read more
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