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With over 41 years of experience, Napolitano Homes is proud to build the finest new homes in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, and Suffolk, Virginia. We take pride in building our homes in convenient and desirable locations throughout Hampton Roads, and we're certain that you and your family will be delighted by each of our communities’ local attractions, amenities, and educational opportunities.

Why Live in Virginia Beach, Virginia?

“The beach life” is what attracts many new homeowners to Virginia Beach, Virginia. Of course this means water and nature everywhere you look, but it also means endless shopping, entertainment, and restaurants to choose from. Industry of all kinds is booming here as well, making Virginia Beach the most populous city in Virginia.

Napolitano Homes currently is building luxury mid-rise condominiums overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. Please contact us if you would like to learn more!

Why Live in Chesapeake, Virginia?

Chesapeake, Virginia offers a very unique blend of rural and urban settings, meaning there are an almost unlimited number of choices for all different types of lifestyle and entertainment. The Virginia Beach Oceanfront and Sandbridge are just a short drive away for easy beach access, and Route 168 South provides an expressway down to the Outer Banks for a quick family getaway.

Napolitano Homes is proud to build 3 new communities in Chesapeake. The first, Fieldstone, is located on Elbow Road near the Centerville Turnpike intersection. It is within 3 miles of Stumpy Lake and the Virginia Beach city line. New homes in Fieldstone begin in the upper $300s.

Nearby is Hanbury Manor, which is in Great Bridge (one of the more outstanding school system in Chesapeake). New homes here start in the $370s. Finally, we are NOW SELLING in Western Branch Reserve, which is in Western Branch, Chesapeake, known for its great schools (notice a trend here?) and abundant conveniences.

Why Live in Suffolk, Virginia?

If the hustle and bustle of city life is too overwhelming, check out the small town charm of Suffolk, Virginia. It has the largest area of any city in Virginia, making it a perfect place for both uninterrupted leisure and exploration.  There are 430 square miles of rich woodlands, endless fields, sparkling waters, local restaurants and shop, and friendly people.

Napolitano Homes builds new homes in Suffolk Virginia in Bennett’s Creek Square, which is currently building its newest phase called The Cove: single family homes starting in the LOW $300s!

Why Live in Moyock, North Carolina?

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.

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.