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Hampton Roads

With a rapidly growing population of more than 1.5 million, Hampton Roads ranks within the top 10% of the country’s largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas. But the phrase Hampton Roads actually refers to both the water and the land located in the region. Only 18 miles from the open ocean, Hampton Roads Harbor is one of the world’s naturally deepest, ice-free anchorages. It is also the nation’s leader in coal exports and the home of the world’s largest naval station, Naval Station Norfolk. With its close proximity to the water, many people choose to buy Hampton Roads real estate.

Hampton Roads is made up of seven counties and a number of independent cities, including Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, Portsmouth, and Chesapeake. The region is served by two major airports, Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport and Norfolk International Airport. It also boasts several well-known institutions of higher learning, such as Old Dominion University, Hampton University, Eastern Virginia Medical School, and the College of William & Mary, the second-oldest school in the nation.

Although it provides almost one-third of the region’s jobs, Norfolk has managed to retain its charm as a waterfront city with a modest population of nearly 250,000. Situated on the banks of the Elizabeth River, the city has over 120 unique neighborhoods, many of which are experiencing a successful renewal. Attractions are diverse and plentiful, and include the Chrysler Museum of Art, the 155-acre Norfolk Botanical Garden, and the Virginia Zoo.

Virginia Beach, by contrast, is the most populous city in Virginia with nearly 500,000 residents. Although the city has a sizeable military presence, many of Virginia Beach’s attractions are centered on its reputation as a lively beach resort. Golf and surfing are extremely popular, and kids will love the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center with more than 100 hands-on exhibits. Virginia Beach is popular among people looking to purchase Hampton Roads real estate.

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When it comes to major attractions, however, nothing in the region beats Williamsburg, a great place to buy Hampton Roads real estate. The city’s population of nearly 12,000 is dwarfed by the 4 million sightseers a year that visit Colonial Williamsburg, an interactive restoration of the state’s original capital. Other popular Williamsburg-area destinations include Busch Gardens theme park, Water County USA, Jamestown, Yorktown, the Williamsburg Winery, and the city’s outlet shopping centers.

Both Portsmouth and Chesapeake offer a slower pace of life. A charming port city of 100,000, Portsmouth’s family-friendly activities range from antique shopping and walking tours of Portsmouth’s Old Towne Historic District to visiting the Children’s Museum of Virginia and riding on the “Pokey Smokey,” a miniature steam train. Chesapeake, meanwhile, offers its 200,000 residents a variety of outdoor interests, like the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, the 48-acre Chesapeake Arboretum, and the 27-hole Cahoon Plantation Golf Course.

From its bustling waterfront to its dynamic cities, Hampton Roads real estate has no shortage of appeal. If you’re interested in finding Hampton Roads real estate or homes for sale, then contact any of Long & Foster’s real estate offices in Hampton Roads.

Visit our Hampton Roads blog for local attractions, the hottest neighborhoods, and why Hampton Roads is the best place to live. Created by a team of local Long & Foster Agents, this blog is about what they know best, Hampton Roads; where they live, work and play.

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