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Hampton Roads Neighborhoods
The neighborhoods of Hampton Roads vary about as much as the homes themselves. Our SH Pros answer buyers' questions about areas of town so together, they can determine the best possible places to look for suitable homes. Finding the right house ties in very closely with the neighborhood choice. Like man, no home is an island. Luckily, there are countless options when it comes to communities within southeastern Virginia. Homebuyers are sure to find at least one area that captures their interest.
Norfolk is home to the largest U.S. Navy base called Naval Station Norfolk or NOB. This diverse city hugs the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay and offers buyers many types of homes. East Beach is a new, real estate development while Larchmont, Lochhaven and Ghent are steady favorites for those seeking established neighborhoods.
Portsmouth houses Naval Medical Center Portsmouth and Norfolk Naval Shipyard. This port city of Hampton Roads also boasts the largest concentration of historic homes between Alexandria and Charleston. The Homes of Belle Hall, First Watch at Riverpointe and New Port at Victory are examples of new home communities. Buyers seeking homes with character may look in Waterview, Churchland and Olde Towne.
Chesapeake is a prime example of the suburban sprawl. Known for having some of the best schools in Hampton Roads, this city continues to attract new residents. Bridgefield and Brittany Woods are mature subdivisions while Ashton Park, Vance Level and Middle Oaks Estates are new developments.
Suffolk is home to Planters Peanuts and the Great Dismal Swamp. Virginia’s largest city in area combines country living with city conveniences. New home communities are popping up all over. Homebuyers can check out Bridlewood Estates, Fairways Crossing, Quaker Neck, Remington Park and Orchard Cove.
Virginia Beach is the most populated city in Virginia and borders the Atlantic Ocean. NAS Oceana and Little Creek are both located here. Buyers can take their pick of homes in new construction neighborhoods like Le Cove, Ashville Park, Heritage Park and Mira Bella at Chic’s Beach but Thoroughgood remains a favorite among locals and newcomers alike.
Newport News is where Christopher Newport University can be found. This city offers the largest city park on the East Coast, Newport News Park. Hilton Village and Riverside are perfect neighborhoods for those looking for waterside real estate. New homes can be found in Red Bud Run, Colonial Crossing and Turtle Creek.
Hampton sits along the ice-free harbor of Hampton Roads. Home to one portion of the Joint Base Langley-Eustis, this city also hosts the Virginia Air and Space Center. New, real estate developments like Town Park, H2O and Semple Cove give buyers nice areas to consider.
Williamsburg is the historic city worth remembering. Colonial charm exudes from this birthplace of the College of William and Mary. The Settlement at Powhatan Creek, Burlington Woods, Liberty Ridge and Villages at White Hall are some of the new subdivisions buyers may like when shopping for homes.