Great Neck - Virginia Beach Neighborhoods

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Great Neck is a peninsula right in the middle of the northern half of Virginia Beach. If your budget is over about $400,000 Great Neck will be a strong candidate for your choice of neighborhoods in Virginia Beach. The schools are very strong and the commute is short to the Chesapeake Bay, the Atlantic beaches, the highway, and Whole Foods (or Kroger, Farm Fresh, or any of the seemingly endless supply of restaurants and bars).

Lots of restaurants in Great Neck

While very similar to Little Neck in size (the peninsula next door), Great Neck is different in that Great Neck Road provides access from the I-264 straight up to Shore Drive. Little Neck is also a fantastic place to live, but there is no bridge at the top like in Great Neck. It takes about 10 minutes to drive from The Hilltop Shopping Center at the bottom of Great Neck to Shore Drive and the beaches at the top. You will find grocery stores at the top, middle, and bottom of Great Neck. There’s a hospital, Cox and First Colonial High Schools, Cape Henry Collegiate, the Great Neck Recreation Center, a YMCA, a Whole Foods (think I mentioned that already, but it’s worth repeating), Trader Joes, Fresh Market, Total Wine, Petsmart, Target, and a ton of unique eateries. Some of my favorites include Havanas, The Coastal Grill, Burtons, Cobalt Grille, and O’Yummy Sushi! There are many others. I really can’t stress enough how many great restaurants there are within about 5 minutes from the center of Great Neck.  Read More...

Current Great Neck Homes for Sale January 18, 2021
8
Listed
137
Avg. DOM
$693.13
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,174,950
Med. List Price
8 Properties

The northeast portion of the city is what Virginia Beach is all about. If you live in Virginia Beach long enough, it is likely that you will end up in one of theseneighborhoods. The homes are pricier, there is no question about that, but you get a lot for your money.

Stability – This area is completely developed. There are no open fields so there is nowhere for a developer to come in and build 100’s of new homes.

Oceanfront – The Atlantic Ocean is across the street, in your backyard if you’re lucky.  Read More...