Ricks Picks of the Week -- Great Buys on Beach Homes For Sale in Virginia Beach

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Real Estate Agent with Pointe East Realty

Great Buys on Beach Homes for Sale in Virginia Beach

This Weeks Top Picks



  • 1310  Cypress Ave. 6 Blocks to the Beach Beach Bungalow on 2 lots  Value in the land $375,000
  • 21st . Street Bank Owned End-Unit Town Home 4 BR 3 Bath 2 car Garage 3 Blocks to the beach  $299,900
  • 2321 Hood Ct. 5 miles from the Beach 1/2 acre Lot Brick Ranch 3 Bedroom 2 Bath for just $324,900
  • 28th Street  2 Blocks off the Boardwalk  Bank Owned Condo 2 Bedroom 2 Bath, Pool, Secured Bldg. $189,900
  • 610 23rd St. 6 Blocks to the beach. Nice 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Beach Bungalow for $329,900
  • 220 76th. St. on the North End 2 Blocks to the Ocean. Borders State Park Bank Owned Duplex 2 Units $369,000

We can represent you on the purchase of these beach homes. Call us at 757-642-1212 for more details and information.

Now is the time to buy that Beach home for vacation or retirement. Start Living the Coastal Lifestyle Today.

Virginia Beach,Va. Real Estate Sales and Solutions - Rick Sterling, Broker - Realtor Specializing in the cities of Virginia Beach and Norfolk, but also serving the cities of Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Hampton and Newport News and Cape Charles on Virginia's Eastern Shore. All commonly referred to as Hampton Roads. "We Market Houses and Sell Lifestyles"

“We Market Houses and Sell Lifestyles”   757-642-1212 

Comments (2)

Kathy Denworth
Century 21 Schwartz Realty - Islamorada, FL
Realtor in the Florida Keys, Islamorada, Key Largo

Rick, I still have a house on the Eastern Shore in Wachapreague. I have seen values inch up then plummet again. Even those rich New Yorkers can't save the values now.

Mar 26, 2011 11:39 AM
Rick Sterling
Pointe East Realty - Virginia Beach, VA
Coastal Virginia Homes for Sale

Cathy … problem with the Eastern shore is it's a long way from No-where.  No jobs unless you want to pick chicken feathers at the Tyson Plant or pick tomatoes in the farm fields.  As a retirement center …. you have to love being in the middle of No-where and the only high end shopping less than 2 hrs away is the local Walmart … and even that can be an hour away from parts of the shore. For summer vacation … relatively … no Atlantic ocean beaches … because of the large tidal barrier islands. But then again that's part of the enjoyment of the Eastern Shore of Va … piece and quiet and good ole fashioned country living. Chesapeake Bay style.  Gotta love the crabs and clams though!

Mar 26, 2011 11:50 AM