Ribaut Square

Homesite 141
Bayside Village

Coming soon to Bayside Village is the new Ribaut Square, crafted by Terry Industries and designed by the renowned placemakers at Allison Ramsey Architects.

Before we talk about the home, let’s talk about the location – directly across the street from the majestic Chesapeake Bay and just steps from Bay Creek’s private beaches, where complimentary club member beach chairs and umbrellas beckon you to relax and take in the gorgeous scenery!

The Ribaut Square is beautifully designed for comfort and livability. The home has 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, and measures 2,247 interior square feet, including a large bonus room directly above the 2-car garage. Two covered porches welcome you to take in the fresh bay breezes, while inside the spacious open floor plan with main level Owner’s Suite is ready to serve as the backdrop to your new waterfront lifestyle.

3 BED | 2.5 BATH | 2,247 Sq. Ft.

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