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Hampton Roads, VA

Located in the heart of Hampton Roads and graced with miles of shoreline, Hampton offers easy access to Virginia Beach, water activities, two major airports, a thriving downtown as well as many housing options ranging from sea cottages and waterfront properties to historic homes and new condos that overlook town centers.

Battle sites, scenic parks, distinctive communities, and outdoor recreation define this historic town located on the banks of Hampton Roads harbor. With many residents employed by local shipbuilding and military installations, this coastal town offers maritime history, nature and beaches to satisfy the interests of a diverse population.

A very low crime rate, superior school district and close proximity to major employment sites including military bases, NASA and shipyards attract residents to this small town located at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, on the Poquoson River and noted as one of Virginia's most affordable suburbs.

Bays and inlets provide numerous waterways throughout this charming small town that offers both mature and new homes with water views and tree-lined streets to residents who desire to live in a quiet setting within short distance of the Chesapeake Bay, an international airport and metropolitan areas.

Immersed in history and surrounded by the James and York Rivers as well as the Chesapeake Bay, this picturesque town hosts 18th century homes, revolutionary battlefields, charming restaurants and art galleries along with a scenic river walk and waterfront that provides opportunities for boating, swimming, and fishing.

A friendly, southern atmosphere characterizes this small historic town in Gloucester County that borders the York River and lower Chesapeake Bay. Known for its abundance of natural resources, the rural area is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise for all ages with golf courses, campgrounds, parks, nature trails and nearby beaches.

OThe "Colonial Capital" of Virginia internationally known for Colonial Williamsburg, this James City county blends historical ambience and southern charm with modern amenities including world-famous golf courses, numerous shopping venues as well as diverse water activities along the James and York Rivers as well as the Chesapeake Bay.