Virginia Beach Area Vacation Pleasures and Va Beach Real Estate second home possibilities!!

Real Estate Agent with Rose and Womble Realty

Virginia Beach, Va is a great Vacation location for relaxation and adventures, with Beaches (Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay...and so much more!!!  The occasional off day (overcast, a little rain)---no problem.

Spend the day at the Virginia Aquarium, only 10 minutes from the Beach; Go Deep Sea Fishing and Dolphin Watching via Boat, 5 minutes away; Colonial Williamsburg, less then an hour away; Harbor Cruise at downtown Norfolk, 30 minutes; Seafood restaurants and all types of Eclectic eating places--and on and on---and on!

Offseason, especially in the Fall, has it's advantages; off season rates (in season is normally considered June, July, August). The rest is off season with rates lowering as the off season progresses) and really not bad weather at all. Stroll the Beaches, visit surrounding Historic areas---Relax. Lot's of nice days.

Who knows, you might want to consider a Vacation or 2nd Home in the Virginia Beach area. For additional information about real estate in Va Beach and the surrounding areas of Virginia visit my web site:


See All Homes for Sale in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk and All Surrounding Areas of Va---full details, addresses, photos and interactive mapping at each home PLUS loads of info about the area regarding Schools, Cities, Military Bases and much, much more!

Need additional information about real estate, vacation properties, or about this Wonderful Area of Va, email/call me anytime at  757 287 6345

jim from va beach

Comments (2)

Dave Shockley
Independent Contractor - Waynesboro, VA
Putting my clients needs first Roy Wheeler Realty
Jim we use to live in Virginia Beach, but moved to Charlottesville in 1999. How is the market looking for Sandbridge? We hope one day to move back to the beach.
Feb 21, 2010 11:32 PM
Jim Willis

Hi Dave,

The market in Sandbridge---A condo community built in 2006-7-8 called the Sanctuary has some pretty good deals going on right now. With the real estate industry struggling, this developer has units unsold and some individual owners are selling also. A very low percentage are for sale, but a number of units are available.

The Sanctuary is located at the end of Sandpiper Road just before the public beach and False Cape area. The facilities are lovely with exercise rooms, swimming pools, rec area, a library, a couple of restaurants and much more. The interior of the units are nicely done and many are furnished. When you walk out of the building you are right at the Beach/Ocean.

Units run from less then $400,000 to over a million with many of  the under $400,000 units having a "glancing view" from the Balcony of the Ocean and Bay. Their are no restrictions on weekly rentals that can offset some of the costs.

Sorry about getting carried away with your question.  I had just showed several units to a couple from Charlottesville last Friday.

If you would lie attitional info, let me know.




Feb 22, 2010 01:50 AM