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3 Move In Ready New Homes in Chesapeake

Categories: New Homes Chesapeake | Posted: April 18, 2018

100% Complete, Ready for YOU!

Western Branch Reserve has Move In Ready homes! On a tight schedule and can’t wait for build time? Our move in ready homes come with all the great upgrades, incentives and builder warranties! Please call for details!

Contact us today!
Kelly Moran and Gene Grady
(757) 240-8680

3327 Reserve Trail
Chesapeake, VA 23321
4 BED • 2.5 BATH • 3,034 SF
Homesite 56 Waterford

• 5” Hardwood throughout first floor
• Gourmet Kitchen with Butler’s Pantry
• Deluxe Master Bath
• Extended Master Bedroom Closet
• Sunroom
• First Floor Study with French Doors
• Privacy Fence


3340 Reserve Trail
Chesapeake, VA 23321
3 BED • 2.5 BATH • 2,470 SF
Homesite 49 Tuscan

• Open and modern layout
• HUGE Kitchen
• Sunroom
• Flex Room and Media/Rec Room
• Upgraded Master Bath w/ceramic tile • 5” hardwood thru first floor


3328 Reserve Trail
Chesapeake, VA 23321
4 BED • 3.5 BATH • 3,136 SF
Homesite 52 Waterford

1st Floor Bed/Full Bath
Gourmet Kitchen w/ wall oven, wine cooler, and quartz countertops
• Sunroom
• Extented Master Closet
• Deluxe Master Bath w/ extended ceramic tile shower & quartz counters
• Loft





Top 10 Spring Home Maintenance Tips

Categories: Tips & Secrets | Posted: April 10, 2018

Although spring technically arrived on the calendar a couple of weeks ago, in true Virginia climate fashion, it surely hasn’t felt like it with colder temperatures and a lingering nor’easter or two.. However, it’s looking like actual springtime warmth is right around the corner! Have you prepared? Longer days and brighter sunshine are shedding light on what winter and early spring did to your home, and giving you more time to think about the maintenance required in the coming months. Many things in and around your home require attention in order to brighten up its curb appeal, ready it for rain and sun ahead, and extend its life by keeping it in top shape.

Fall Cleanup - Leaves in Gutter1. Clean and inspect your gutters. Many trees continue to drop leaves through the winter, so it’s definitely wise to check your gutters now like you did in the fall. Also, inspect gutters’ connections and downspouts to ensure there is nothing loose or leaky. Finally, make sure there is no debris at the bottom of the downspouts and water flows clearly away from your foundation.

2. Inspect and tune your AC. In case you forgot to change your filter (ideally should replace them once every month), do so now. Dirty filters cause the system to work harder than it should, which results in higher energy costs and could potentially shorten its lifespan. For about $100-200, have a reputable HVAC company inspect and tune up your entire AC system to manufacturer-rated efficiency. Doing this early in the spring means you aren’t caught off guard when the 90s roll in and you’re desperate for air conditioning!

3. Caulk the cracks. Inspect all windows and doors inside your home, and take a stroll along the outside as well. If you notice cracks between walls and trim, fill with caulk that matches your trim color. Creating a better barrier between the inside and the outside will save you money on air conditioning in the summer!

4. Look for rot or exposed wood. While you’re outside caulking cracks, also keep an eye on wood trim that may need attention. If paint has peeled and wood is exposed, it is best to scrape, sand, prime, and paint before damage occurs. If there is noticeable soft spots or rot, the wood will need to be replaced so the interior walls of your home are not damaged.

Repair your roof5. Inspect and repair your roof. Wind, ice, and snow may have damaged, loosened, or removed some of your roof’s shingles. If possible, use a pair of binoculars to really zoom in and look (and stay safe on firm ground). If you notice any issues or there are areas of the roof you can’t see, it is relatively inexpensive to hire a qualified handyman or roofer to climb ladders for you and replace shingles as necessary.

6. Pressure wash your home’s exterior. Give your home a fresh start to the spring and summer by removing any dirt, mold, or stains that may have accumulated since the fall. A pressure washer is only about $75 a day to rent, or you can hire a local pressure washing company to do it for you. In addition to siding, it is also good to pressure wash walkways and decks, however be careful not to damage your decking as pressure washers can have a lot of force behind their spray.

7. Repair concrete sidewalks and driveways. In addition to general settling and erosion, moisture in the soil that freezes in the winter can cause movement and damage to concrete surfaces. If you see cracks, chips, or flaking in your sidewalks or driveway, fill these imperfections with concrete filler or caulk. Many easy-to-follow tutorials can be found on YouTube. It is also important to reseal your concrete every 2-3 years to increase its longevity.

8. Check your decks. If you followed directions above and power washed your decking, follow up with this by resealing your deck’s surfaces with either clear sealer, stain, or semi-transparent stain. Check your deck’s supports to make sure there are no weak spots or rot.

9. Get ready to mow. Who doesn’t want a great looking lawn that is the envy of all friends and neighbors? Get a jumpstart on maintaining yours by making sure all lawn equipment is in tip top shape. Clean and tune all gas and electric powered lawn equipment, and sharpen your blades. A dull mower blade shreds rather than slices, which could could lead to damage from sun, insects, and disease.

10. Let the water flow. Turn on all exterior hose faucets that you (hopefully) shut down for the winter if you haven’t already. If you can block the flow of water of with your finger, you most likely have a burst pipe and it will need to be repaired. This is a common occurrence when we have winters as cold as this last one!


First Quarter Agent All Stars!

Categories: Announcements | Posted: April 6, 2018

A huge thank you goes out to all real estate agents who trusted in us to build their clients’ dream homes in the First Quarter of 2018. We look forward to building and making you and your clients very happy!

Tana Rose – ERA Real Estate Professionals
Donna Poplin – Coldwell Banker Professional
Dee Gavin – Century 21 Top Producers
Chandal Jackson – Empower Group VA
Mike Hoover – 1st Class Real Estate
Chris Dennis – Va Beach Realty
Jamaal Hill – Keffer Realty

Also a shoutout goes to Jennifer Castello with Signature Realty Select. She toured Western Branch Reserve in Chesapeake with her clients and won a special Wawa gift card!

Happy Easter from Napolitano Homes!

Categories: Announcements | Posted: March 28, 2018

Napolitano Homes wishes you and yours a very happy Easter Weekend! In observance of the holiday, our model homes will be closed on Sunday.

Spring Fling at The Cove at Bennett’s Creek Square

Categories: Announcements, Events | Posted: March 21, 2018

Napolitano Homes Hosts:
Spring Fling at The Cove


Saturday 3/24 3 – 6PM

The neighborhood Park/Playground at The Cove

Please contact Diana Jordan


RAIN OR SHINE! Alternate location is the furnished sales model. Ask Diana for details!

The Cove at Bennett’s Creek Square
102 Meridian Place
Suffolk, VA 23435

March 2018 Newsletter

Categories: Newsletter | Posted: March 14, 2018


From new communities opening soon to old favorites nearing their completion, we have many exciting announcements for new homes in Chesapeake, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, and Moyock NC!


Napolitano Homes is NOW SELLING in two new communities: Countryside Estates in Moyock, NC and Point Chesapeake on the Bay in Virginia Beach.

Countryside Estates

LOW $300s. Large 1/2 acre homesites, lower taxes, and easy access to all cities in Hampton Roads are just a few of the myriad reasons to live in Countryside Estates in Moyock, NC. Napolitano Homes will build 62 homes in this new neighborhood that is located approximately 1/4 mile from the Virginia/North Carolina border on Route 168. LEARN MORE

Point Chesapeake on the Bay

Point Chesapeake is a much anticipated luxury mid-rise condominium community overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. Located on the site of the former Duck-In Restaurant where the Lynnhaven River meets the Chesapeake Bay, these new homes in Virginia Beach offer spectacular views of sunrises and sunsets over the water. LEARN MORE


Sykes Farm

Sykes Farm is coming to Johnstown Road in late 2018. It is a new homes neighborhood in the Great Bridge School District of Chesapeake, VA. Napolitano Homes will offer 12 single family floor plans from which to choose, with prices starting from the high $300s.

Village Point

“Drive a little, save a lot!”

Located in Chuckatuck, Village Point will offer new homes in Suffolk from the MID $200s. The best value in Hampton Roads, these floor plans are efficiently designed to be a smaller footprint, yet hold the same renowned craftsmanship one would expect from any single family home built by Napolitano Homes. Coming late 2018.

Kings Fork Village

Coming in late 2018, single family homes in Kings Fork Village will start in the high $200s. This neighborhood is convenient to Kings Fork Middle and High Schools, the Kings Fork Recreation Center, and downtown Suffolk.

Be the First

To be the first in line, first to get the news, and first to hear about special promotions for these upcoming neighborhoods, please join our VIP List Today!


Don’t have time to build? Napolitano Homes has several 100% complete move-in ready homes located throughout Hampton Roads. Here are 2 featured homes, but to see a complete list please visit our Quick Delivery page, including 3 homes in Hanbury Manor in Great Bridge and 1 in Fieldstone near the Virginia Beach line on Elbow Road!

3327 Reserve Trail
Chesapeake, VA 23321
The Waterford
4 Bed • 2.5 Bath • 3,034 sf

• 5” Hardwood throughout first floor
• Gourmet Kitchen with Butler’s Pantry
• Deluxe Master Bath
• Extended Master Bedroom Closet
• Sunroom
• First Floor Study with French Doors
• Privacy Fence
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210 Markham Street
Suffolk, VA 23435
The Byron II
4 Bed • 2.5 Bath • 2,414 sf

• Upgrades throughout
• Gourmet Kitchen w/ Wall Oven
• Formal Dining Area
• Sunroom
• Hardwood flooring through first floor

View More Photos


You’ve made it this far in the newsletter, how about being rewarded with baby photos?

Fred Napolitano III, Site Builder at Western Branch Reserve, and his wife Kate recently welcomed their daughter Lucy Copeland at the beginning of March! Congrats!

Dylan Hawkins, Napolitano Homes’ Marketing Director, and his wife Emily had a daughter in late fall of 2017. Margot Quinn is loving life with her parents and two dogs Linus and Birdie.

Contact us today to learn more about new homes in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, and Moyock NC

(757) 347-0600


Now Hiring at Napolitano Homes

Categories: Announcements | Posted: February 21, 2018

Join our team! Napolitano Homes is a leader in the Hampton Roads new homes building industry and we are looking for a candidate who is excited to work in a fast paced and fun environment.

Napolitano Homes is looking for a full time warranty service administrator. This team member should have the following experience.

  • Experience with new home warranty and service or other relevant experience in the residential building industry preferred.
  • Experience in conflict resolution in a customer service environment required.
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft office, particularly Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Excellent organizational and multitasking skills with the ability to recognize and meet deadlines in a fast paced work environment.
  • Exceptional communication skills – both verbal and written.
  • Outstanding interpersonal customer service skills dealing effectively with the public and homeowners.
  • Positive, professional and proactive attitude.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work well in a close knit team oriented environment.

Job responsibilities to include.

  • Processing incoming warranty service requests.
  • Work with all parties to resolve warranty issues.
  • Document activities and update files in a timely manner.
  • Provide instruction to the parties on how to submit warranty issues.
  • Coordinate and schedule homeowner warranty visits. Follow up to ensure homeowner satisfaction with completed work.
  • Update homeowners on outstanding work and explain maintenance and warranty coverage.
  • Respond to homeowner inquiries in a timely manner and assist with emergencies.
  • Prepare, print and monitor reports for review.
  • Maintain all warranty service requests. Coordinate all documentation of lists including sign-offs and updating in computer system.
  • Coordinate service orders with trades and ensure sign offs are received from trade partners and homeowners. Follow up on work orders to trades.
  • Perform other miscellaneous clerical duties in administering warranty requests and complaints.

The Benefits

  • Unique career opportunity in a progressive environment with continuous learning and opportunity for growth, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Be part of an organization with a track record of success and strong brand presence.
  • Contribute to an award winning and innovative organization recognized as a leader in the homebuilding industry. Celebrating 40+ years in business.
  • Join a team of enthusiastic, passionate and committed employees, seeking a challenging environment.

If you are looking for the next step in your professional career and meet these requirements, then please email your complete and confidential resume to:

Be The First in Countryside Estates

Categories: Articles, New Homes Moyock | Posted: February 13, 2018


Napolitano Homes is currently taking reservations for Countryside Estates, a new homes community in Moyock, NC!

Call 757-347-0600 to find out how!


Take a look at the community map and start planning your dream home in Countryside Estates:


Moyock is located on the very edge of the Virginia and North Carolina state border on Route 168, and often serves as the first introduction to Currituck County and NC in general for visitors traveling to the Outer Banks. It is not just a pass through town, though, and its proximity to the state line leads many to consider Moyock as an extension of Hampton Roads, VA. Just 9 miles to the Edinburgh Shopping Center in Chesapeake, 25 miles to downtown Norfolk, and 35 miles to the Virginia Beach Oceanfront, this small town in North Carolina is quickly emerging as a popular residential area for those looking for an easy commute to careers in the surrounding cities.

The charm of Moyock lies in its roots as a historic coastal farming community with a relaxed and country lifestyle. Currituck is home to some of the most beautiful scenery and sport hunting and fishing areas in the state. From its numerous waterways and proximity to Currituck sound and the Outer Banks (45 miles to Kitty Hawk), boating and water recreation are a favorite pastime in the area. Several access points include:

• A public boat launch with 30 parking spaces is located on 129 Creekside Drive in Moyock. This boat launch accesses the Northwest River, and eventually connects with the Currituck Sound.
• Poyner’s Road Park, which features picnic facilities, fishing, and a public North Carolina Wildlife boat ramp, can be found at 458 Poyner’s Road in Moyock. The park is free and open to the public.

Besides convenient location, incredible amenities, and abundant natural recreation, another draw to Moyock is Currituck County’s LOW property tax rate. Residents in Moyock pay less than half in real estate property taxes compared to Chesapeake, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach. Many are crossing the state line to benefit from significant tax savings!

Completing the package, Moyock is located in the coveted Currituck County School District.

Are you ready to discuss building your dream home in Countryside Estates in Moyock, NC? Contact us today to discuss floorplans, homesites, and securing your spot in this incredible new community!

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New Floor Plan added to The Cove at Bennett’s Creek Square

Categories: New Homes Suffolk VA | Posted: January 31, 2018

Napolitano Homes has introduced a BRAND NEW floor plans to The Cove, a new homes neighborhood in North Suffolk!

The Palermo

2,438 – 2,694 sq ft
3 – 5 Bedrooms, 2.5 – 3 Baths
View Floor Plan

The Palermo is an incredible open and modern design that we are excited to now include at The Cove. Starting with 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, a Flex Room, Media Room/Loft at the top of the stairs on the second floor, it is the perfect plan for any household. The wrapped front porch is perfect for couches and rocking chairs and enjoying the serene neighborhood. Options available for this new home include a Sunroom or Screen Porch that add additional space off of the Family Room, a first floor Bedroom and Full Bath, and an additional Bedroom on the second floor! Three elevations are available: The Traditional, Craftsman, and the highly stylized Farmhouse version pictured above.

Try the Interactive Floor Plan to see how it can be built with a Sunroom with 2 Sided Fireplace and up to 5 Bedrooms!

To learn more about The Palermo, other new home floor plans in North Suffolk at The Cove, or info on the neighborhood in general, please contact:
Diana Jordan

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: December 19, 2017

Christmas Holiday Wreath Garland Background on Old Rustic Wood

Warmest Thoughts and Best Wishes

From our family to yours, Napolitano Homes wishes you a joyous Holiday Season and a healthy and prosperous New Year in 2018!

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