Carrollton Homes and Real Estate
Carrollton is an unincorporated community in Isle of Wight County, Virginia that lies East of the border of the city of Suffolk and west to the border of the town of Smithfield. Located near the southern end of the James River Bridge, across from Newport News, VA, Carrollton has recently experienced growth as a bedroom community to the nearby military and empoloyment areas of Hampton Roads.
Buying a Home in Carrollton
If you're considering buying a home in Carrollton, contact us for a free, no-obligation homebuyer consultation. We'll walk you through the steps you need to take to get into your new home, including getting pre-qualified and searching for homes in Carrollton that fit your needs.
Named for the Carroll family, prominent landowners of the 19th century, Carrollton is a city filled with history. The historic Carroll family home, just one of a handful of truly historic homes in Carrollton, is located at the intersection of Reynolds Drive and Norsworthy Drive, and at one time the home also is said to have served as the Carrollton Country Store. This home even predates the original Carrollton Post Office, which stands vacant about 300 feet east of the Carroll home on Norsworthy Drive.
Living in Carrollton
Recent changes in Carrollton has resulted in extensive growth in the last decade, including two major shopping centers, fast food establishments, medical and veterinary medical centers, regional banks and a fitness center. Additional shopping centers are planned in the near future. Several major housing communities have also been developed in recent years which include single family homes, condominiums, and luxury apartments. Homes in these new communitites range from prices above $250,000 to some as high as $900,000. Some of these communities include Bridgewater at Eagle Harbor, Charthouse at Eagle Harbor, and Founders Pointe, all of which have a variety of amenities and are close to various shops, restaurants, and attractions throughout Isle of Wight and the Hampton Roads area.