Living is at its best on the Virginia Peninsula, which offers a range of lifestyle choices appealing to people at all stages in life. Urban living, with access to exciting attractions, culture, extensive retail, entertainment and dining options, is enjoyed in Newport News and Hampton, while a quiet bedroom community is discovered in the smaller city of Poquoson.
The amenities of this southeast Virginia region are attractive and the home selection is truly impressive. Throughout the Peninsula, buyers choose from modest starter homes to sprawling waterfront estates. The selection of styles is just as appealing as the wide-range prices, with Cape Cods, colonials, traditional styles, ranchers and others available in friendly, well-maintained subdivisions. The peninsula also offers modern mixed-use developments, such as City Center Oyster Point in Newport News and the Peninsula Town Center in Hampton, which feature chic apartments and townhomes. Open lots for custom building and plenty of rental opportunities are also part of the living choices.
There has never been a better time to find a dream home on the Virginia Peninsula. Local realtors have the knowledge and expertise to assist homebuyers, sellers and ensure the process of buying/selling a home goes smoothly. For a list of member realtors, contact the Virginia Peninsula Chamber at 757-262-2000 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE COMMUNITIES OF THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA
Size: 51 square miles
22 Lincoln St., Hampton
311 or 757-727-8311
Size: 69 square miles
2400 Washington Ave., Newport News
Size: 15 square miles
500 City Hall Ave., Poquoson
Size: 106 square miles
224 Ballard St., P.O. Box 532, Yorktown
James City County
Size: 142 square miles
101 Mounts Bay Rd., Williamsburg
Riverside Health System
Orthopaedic & Spine Center
Hampton Roads Orthopaedics
Patrick Henry Mall