Make Your Home
at Corbin Hall
Explore the opportunities, amenities and enjoyment of building your own home in a beautiful, secluded location.
Gated community with Community Center, exercise room, pool, boat slip, and piers.
Perfect location for a vacation home, retirement or raising a family.
Guest suites are located in the Community Center.
A Part of History
Around 1654 Dr. George Corbin sailed to Savage Neck, Virginia on the Eastern Shore near present-day Eastville. He married Grace Savage, granddaughter of Thomas Savage, the first permanent settler of Virginia’s Eastern Shore in 1619. From Savage’s Neck, the Corbin’s purchased Corbin Hall land.
Colonel Coventon Corbin married Barbaray Drummond, born 1703 in Accomac County, VA. She died 25 Sep 1756 at 53 years of age. Sabra Corbin was born in 1738 and died on 28 Dec 1776. Leah Corbin was born circa 1740 and died in 1742 at 2 years of age. Their bodies are interred at Corbin Hall.
The graves of Col. George Corbin, Elizabeth Revell Horsey Corbin, John Kerr, Agnes Drummond Corbin Kerr, and James Revell Corbin located at Scott Hall Cemetery near Kerr Place in Onanock, Virginia. Kerr Place is now the site of the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society.
Year-round exercise and entertaining space. With a pool, hot tub, showers, and grills. Relax on the porch and enjoy a view of Chincoteague Bay. Perfect for bird and butterfly watching.
Take out your boat for the day or dock it along the pier. Watch the sunset or head to Chincoteague for a day out, a bite to eat or to shop.
Our two-bedroom Guest Suites are located in the Clubhouse. Suites are available only to property owners and their guests with property owners present.