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Community Spotlight: Brewers Meadow

Categories: Announcements, Homebuying, Tips & Secrets | Posted: December 12, 2011

Suffolk is quickly becoming a destination for people who are looking for extra space, great housing prices and growing local attractions for the whole family. Napolitano Homes has several communities in Suffolk, Va and all have their benefits when it comes to location but Brewers Meadow offers a little something special being so close to downtown Suffolk.

Brewers Meadow is nestled just outside of the city of Suffolk, Va. The homes there are conveniently located near shopping, entertainment, and the new Obici Hospital. Many of the residents that currently call Brewers Meadow home are first time home buyers with families that were looking for larger home lots and the open common areas that Brewers has to offer. Brewers also boasts the benefit of being able to enjoy unique local attractions and amenities that only Suffolk can provide.

The YMCA Family Center is only ten minutes away from Brewers Meadow. It offers a Fitness Center with treadmills, elliptical machines and recumbent bikes, strength training equipment and 6-lane heated indoor pool. The YMCA is also a wonderful facility for youth and teen activities that will keep them active and excited about personal fitness.

The Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts is located in the heart of downtown Suffolk, just minutes from Brewers Meadow. In addition to fantastic world-class performances in the theater, the Suffolk Center offers a variety of classes for children and adults, changing exhibits in the galleries, and education activities for visitors of all ages. The Suffolk Center has a number of beautiful and unique spaces for your own event, meeting or reception. The goal is to encourage and advocate the visual and performing arts by providing a forum where diverse audiences can actively participate in cultural experiences. Providing citizens of Suffolk and visitors with a chance to learn more about themselves and their world.

As for a places to dine out close to home you won’t want to miss the experience and taste of some amazing caribbean cusine,  Jammin’ Jerk BBQ next to Obici Hospital. Also try some Japanese Fusion at Sushi Aka.

Looking for something a little fancier? The Vintage Tavern is a great Saturday night dinner spot with a menu that contains the finest southern dishes made with the best local produce and seafood the region has to offer.

If you are a Suffolk resident you can’t miss the Peanut Festival. The predecessor of today’s modern Suffolk Peanut Fest was celebrated in September 1978 in downtown Suffolk. It was then called “Harvest Fest.” The event featured a parade, a hot-air balloon event, a carnival, dances, concerts and a festival queen. The festival was a downtown tradition until the event moved to the municipal airport in 1981. Now for four days each October, the Suffolk Peanut Festival draws some 200,000 people and has won the accolades of professional festival organizations and national magazines.

This is but a sampling of what The City of Suffolk has to offer. So make sure to add Brewers Meadow and Suffolk to that list of must see places for your new home, you wouldn’t want to miss out!

Dylan Hawkins

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