Chesapeake and Norfolk Communities


The city of Chesapeake is the second largest city in terms of land area in the state of Virginia and is known for including miles of protected farmland, forest and wetlands such as the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge and for hiking, kayaking and fishing activities for those who love the outdoors. Bordering North Carolina and the cities of Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Suffolk and Portsmouth, Chesapeake offers a variety of housing options from townhouses, single family residential neighborhoods, to luxury waterfront homes. Popular neighborhoods and areas of Chesapeake include Great Bridge, Western Branch, Greenbrier, Hickory, Deep Creek, and Grassfield.


Norfolk offers a variety of options for city living for those looking to satisfy their metropolitan tastes in Hampton Roads. This historic city bordered by the Elizabeth River, Chesapeake Bay and the cities of Chesapeake and Virginia Beach, Norfolk has long been considered the financial and cultural center of Hampton Roads. With two major universities in Old Dominion and Norfolk State located in this area as well as Naval Station Norfolk giving a prominent military presence, Norfolk features metropolitan living in over 80 neighborhoods including the 5 historic districts of Ghent, West Freemason, East Freemason, Downtown and Hodge’s House. With a manner of different of attractions for art fans in the Virginia Opera, Virginia Symphony, Chrysler Hall, and the Chrysler Museum of Art and great local places to eat for food connoisseurs, Norfolk has a bit of something for everyone’s tastes!