Oh sure, Italy and Maine have private islands for sale with luxurious homes at their highest points. But do any of them have duck blinds? We don't think so. But Virginia does. Down in the Occoquan region is this very affordable quarter of an acre island that is currently zoned for agricultural use. One blog points out that the quarter acre might swell up to a full third of an acre in a dry spell, giving you even more room to hunt those ducks. For some reason the listing is given a street address, but it doesn't look like there are any streets on the island. Just clumps of trees and the wide open spaces of the waterfront. There's a few shots of the island and the duck blind in the gallery above and after the jump is an aerial view of exactly what you'll be getting for $477,000.