Neighborhoods of Virginia Beach
Neighborhoods of Great Neck Road, Virginia Beach
Pink Pearl Real Estate is attempting to accomplish a major undertaking by mapping out and describing the neighborhoods of Virginia beach. We are starting with the great neighborhoods of Virginia Beach. We are not sure how long this will take as the research alone is fairly intense. As far as we know this information it is not located in any single place. Each new blog will contain a brief video of the neighborhood as well as a listing of schools, and price range of homes. We are using Great Neck road as our starting point because Great neck is a major thoroughfare but not an exceptionally long one. It connects Virginia Beach Blvd to Shore drive. Great Neck road has its own access (Bike Path) into 1st Landing State Park; direct access to I 264; and of course access to the beach from multiple roads. Great neck neighborhoods also Border on multiple waterways (Lynnhaven Bay, Broad Bay, and Wolfsnare Creek) with access to Lynnhaven inlet and the Chesapeake Bay.
The first neighborhood is Wellington Woods.
The first neighborhood we will showcase is Wellington Woods one of the great neck road neighborhoods. It is a very nice community off of Great Neck road; In the school district of Trantwood Elementary school, Lynnhaven Middle school, and Cox High School. It appears on Google maps as a part of the Wolfsnare Plantation section of Great Neck Road.
This small neighborhood is marked by the intersection of three different streets; Great Neck Road, First Colonial Road, and Old Donation Parkway. This particular neighborhood is pet friendly as you will see the very nice dog park in the short video, ( https://youtu.be/V3MJRS1ZJgk ) as well as lots of nicely kept lawns. The homes in this neighborhood have a median cost of 356,300 according to the latest on Zillow and the housing market here is classified as hot; or in other terms very desirable. For the current MLS listing click here to search for the Wellington Woods Listings.
There is lots of shopping available close by, multiple parks, a Virginia Beach Recreation center, as well as near 1st Landing State Park. Fine dinning as well as nice family restaurants are very close to this neighborhood. All in all a very convenient place to live and raise your children.
We welcome any feedback on our new venture, and are open to your suggestions for future neighborhoods. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.