The Greater Hampton Roads Area is a wonderful mix of cities and counties. Each one has something unique to offer. Please take a moment to view the variety of homes and amenities offered by each. Feel free to browse our site and return often, listings are updated daily.
Come home to Chesapeake and experience the big city feel in a small town setting. It’s all here: historically distinct communities, scenic farmlands, expansive woodlands, and pristine wetlands. Chesapeake is a part of “Coastal Virginia,” and is considered one of the top six recreational areas in the country. It’s also consistently ranked as one of the five safest cities of its size in the country.
Be a part of Hampton’s almost 400 years of rich local history, or come for the many miles of waterfront and beaches. No matter what kind of life you’re looking for in Hampton, so much is available: from waterfront living, fine dining, a vibrant arts community, and leading science research centers, it’s no wonder one of America’s oldest cities is also one of the region’s fastest growing!
That small-town atmosphere, a great school system, affordable housing, and the historic downtown are a few of things that make life in Smithfield so appealing. It goes hand-in-hand with Isle of Wight County’s nearby water recreation, a friendly population and a stable economy. According to the Virginia Review, Smithfield, and the surrounding Isle of Wight, are, "Without a doubt, one of the prettiest towns in Virginia."
If you’re looking to be close to convenience but have the great outdoors just minutes away, make a move to Newport News to experience all that it has to offer. The moderate climate and its excellent location make this the perfect place to call home. Stroll along one of its un-crowded beaches, go bird watching, practice disc golfing or try your luck at fishing in its lakes, reservoirs or the Chesapeake Bay. Whatever your interest, Newport News has the variety you seek with the location you demand
Norfolk serves as the commercial, military and cultural center of Hampton Roads, and celebrates the ethnic diversity of its population with sights, sounds, attractions and special events that pay tribute to the city's multicultural heritage. Major attractions like The Main in downtown, the newly renovated Waterside District, the historic neighborhood of Ghent, and the sandy shores of Ocean View mean you’ll never run out of options when you call Norfolk home.
The bay front city of Poquoson is located on the Virginia Peninsula or Southern Neck of Coastal Virginia | Hampton Roads Metropolitan Area. Originally it was once a part of York County, but in 1975 became its own independent city.
Surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay, Poquoson is one of the oldest continuously named cities of Virginia. The area is named after the Algonquin Native Americans that inhabited the area before the English established a colony during the 17th Century.
Experience life in Portsmouth and enjoy 80 square miles of waterfront land on the Elizabeth River. Once you come to Portsmouth, the hustle and bustle of other cities become a distant memory, making it one of the region’s best-kept secrets. The Olde Towne Historic District features one of the largest collections of historically significant homes between Alexandria, VA and Charleston, SC.
It’s always a good time to be in Suffolk, and it’s more than the home to Planters and Mr. Peanut. As Virginia's largest City by area, Suffolk is 430 square miles of rich land with woods, lakes, rivers, and rolling terrain, all offering history, festivals and the opportunity for eco-adventures. Even with its size, Suffolk still has that distinct small-town charm.
Welcome to beach living! Virginia Beach provides a relaxed atmosphere filled with southern charm. Here you can experience the vacation lifestyle year round! The beaches aren’t the only draws, many free, family-oriented events take place every weekend from late spring to early fall. It’s also home to several points of interest in the historical, scientific, and visual & performing arts communities including the Sandler Center, Virginia Marine Science Museum, and First Landing State Park.