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Lake Trant Homes For Sale in Great Neck, Virginia Beach
Neighborhoods in Virginia Beach
Lake Trant Neighborhood
LAKE TRANT, Virginia Beach, VA Real Estate
LAKE TRANT – The Best Virginia Beach Neighborhoods
Neighborhood description: Lake Trant, is situated next to the Southern Point neighborhood off the Great Neck Road. Entering the Tanglewood Trail, tour the neighborhood by taking streets like Trant Lake drive, Meadow Lake Road, Parkside Place, Misty Hollow Way, Whispering Waters Way, Hunters Wood Way, Covered Bridge Way, and finish the tour at Oak Pointe Lane.
The History of Lake Trant is very interesting. LakeTrant, one of the larger fresh water lakes in Virginia Beach, was developed in the mid to late 50's by John Trant. The lake rose behind a dam he constructed between his 300-acre farm west of Great Neck Road at Rose Hall across a saltwater marsh to an adjacent portion of the Conrad farm. The area of what is now Lake Trant was part of the Lynnhaven River basin and the lake spillway still feeds a large marsh wood on the river side of the dam. Coves in the wooded areas along the lake were excellent for home site development and several ancillary canals were dug by Mr. Trant to provide additional waterfront property. In the 1960's, the Trantwood Shores Civic League was organized by the then 63 lakeside property owners with the stated purpose of lake preservation. Read more.
Virginia Beach earned the reputation of beautiful detached, single-family homes (one or two levels). When you walk or drive around this neighborhood you will see the variety of styles and the sizes of the homes the neighborhood's culture and character will be apparent when you tour this neighborhood. All the residents enjoy a friendly community spirit, quiet and peaceful lifestyle. On nice days, you can see people out doors walking, jogging, or mowing a lawn. Everyone seems friendly when you are passing by.
Homes description: The Lake Trant,real estate is primarily made up of medium sized (three or four bedroom) and large single-family homes (five-six bedrooms). You can purchase a property on a pretty large size lot, an acre or more. Most of the residential real estate is owner occupied which indicates stability in the neighborhood. Many of the Homes in the Lake Trant area is established but not old, a lot of the homes are very well kept, updated and renovated. All the homes are detached, single-family homes with different floor plans and layouts. The neighborhood offers a variety of the home styles: ranch, traditional, colonial, contemporary, cape cod, farmhouse. Deeper into the neighborhood there are homes that offer beautiful water views of the Lake Trant or canal; some are waterfront properties on deep navigable water of the Lake.
The Lake Trant, Trant Bershire and Trantwood Shores Home facts:
Number of bedrooms: 3 – 5
Number of bathrooms: 2 – 4
Square footage: 1,700 – 4,900
Year Built: 1964 – 2009
Price range: $280,000 - $750,000
School District: Located within a top-rated Virginia Beach public school zone (Trantwoood Elementary, Great Neck Middle, Frank W. Cox High School, and Cape Henry Collegiate).
The Lake Trant, Trant Bershire and Trantwood Shores neighborhoods also enjoy a close proximity to the beaches, Ocean Breeze water Park, Great Neck Park and Recreation Center, First Landing State Park.
For those who likes to eat out, there is plenty of restaurants for all tastes, Aldo’s (Italian), Outback Steak House, La Herradura or Guadalajara Bar and Grill (Mexican), Capitan George’s or Catch 31 fresh sea food restaurants, etc. Lots of great grocery stores like Whole Foods, Kroger, Fresh Market, Aldi, Trader Joe’s, Food Lion.
If you are interested to see what kind of homes are offered in LAKE TRANT, TRANT BERKSHIRE, TRANTWOOD SHORES in Virginia Beach, VA feel free to use our website. You can conveniently set up your own home search and receive the information about the homes for sale currently available on the market. We offer this service for you completely free, we do not ask for your contact information. We will be happy to help you with any questions you may have when you are ready to contact us.
GREAT NECK Homes for Sale in Virginia Beach, VA, the Best Neighborhoods in Virginia Beach:
These are the names of the big streets in Lake Trant, Trant Bershire and Trantwood Shores, Virginia Beach, 23454:
Tanglewood Trail, Virginia Beach, 23454
Trant Lake Drive, Virginia Beach, 23454
Meadow Lake Road, Virginia Beach, 23454
Parkside Place, Virginia Beach, 23454
Misty Hollow Way, Virginia Beach, 23454
Whispering Waters Way, Virginia Beach, 23454
Hunters Wood Way, Virginia Beach, 23454
Covered Bridge Way, Virginia Beach, 23454
Oak Pointe Lane, Virginia Beach, 23454