Categories: Articles | Posted: August 12, 2015
Napolitano Homes takes special pride in building where you love to live. Not only are shopping choices, incredible schools, and renowned restaurants close to all of our new homes communities in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, and Suffolk, but each neighborhood is situated within or near myriad outdoor activities. Those who enjoy the active lifestyle can find something to love in ALL of our communities.
In Virginia Beach, Sajo Farm is situated along the shores of Lake Lawson and Lake Smith, and it is adjacent to the Lake Lawson / Lake Smith Nature Preserve. A popular fishing destination, this 42 acre natural area has soft and hard surface trails for walking, running, and biking, a boat landing and kayak launches, and a playground and picnic shelter. Paths are accessible from the northwest corner of Sajo Farm, at the end of Paperwhite Lane. Within the community itself, there are many maintained sidewalks and pathways where residents are often seen pushing strollers or taking a jog. The lifestyle in Sajo Farm is truly centered around nature and the great outdoors.
Coming soon to Virginia Beach will be Point Chesapeake on the Bay, where residents will enjoy a beachfront lifestyle that consists of walks and run on the sand, swimming, and paddleboarding on Chesapeake Bay. These luxury mid rise condominiums will begin construction later this year.
Three Napolitano Homes new homes communities in Suffolk and Chesapeake are situated along the South Hampton Roads Trail: Bob White Landing, Bennett’s Creek Square (The Townes on the Square, The Nouveau Series, and The Cove), and Western Branch Reserve, which is coming later this fall. The SHRT is a proposed biking trail on an abandoned railway bed that will extend from the town of Suffolk all the way to the Virginia Beach Oceanfront once the project is completed. It will provide a safe path for bicyclists that is paved yet off of the main roads and away from traffic.
Finally, the slower pace of Great Bridge and Hickory Chesapeake offers many options for outdoor activities. Just up the street from the new homes in Hanbury Manor and Viridian Reserve at Hickory is Bells Mill Park, a wetlands park with trails, picnic areas, and fantastic views of the Elizabeth River canal and the boats that are navigating its waters. For a truly wild outdoor experience, Chesapeake residents can take a short drive over to the Great Dismal Swamp. The refuge encompasses over 112,000 acres of environmentally and biologically important land within Virginia and North Carolina, and it is an exciting place for bird and wildlife watching, hikes, and more.
If you would like to learn more about owning a new home in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, or Suffolk AND enjoy an active/outdoorsy lifestyle, please contact Dylan Hawkins at 757-435-6936 or firstname.lastname@example.org.