- Living area: 1077 square meters
- Bathroom(s): 9
- Land area: 130713 square meters
- Construction year: 1936
Cobb Island Station-the last great Coast Guard facility on the historic barrier islands of the Eastern Shore. Decommissioned in 1964, the station was loaded on a barge by The Nature Conservancy in 1998 and brought to its present setting on Brockenberry Bay at the Village of Oyster where it was impeccably restored at a cost of over double the current asking price. Today, Cobb Island Station is impeccably maintained and surrounded by conservation easements. Cobb's waterfront is open to kayaking channels up and down the Barrier Islands with deep water access and the potential for a private dock is available. Offered fully furnished.