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East Beach for yourself?
East Beach. Stroll down sidewalks shaded by oak trees and recall what an honest-to-goodness neighborhood feels like. It’s all part of the philosophy behind a Traditional Neighborhood Development, also known as New Urbanism.
Streetscapes are designed for walking. Walk just a few short blocks to the Chesapeake Bay. Walk in the other direction to Pretty Lake’s deep water marinas and the shops along Pretty Lake Avenue.
Learn more about the amenities of the East Beach waterfront lifestyle.
A neighborhood designed to bring people together – on the sidewalks, in the parks, and on their porches. A neighborhood designed for pedestrians, with shops, amenities, and schools all within easy walking distance.
Homes are designed in traditional architecture styles which feel like they’ve been here forever. A mix of housing styles. Hidden gardens. Carriage house apartments. And always, at the end of each north-south street, the Chesapeake Bay.
East Beach is one of the few communities in Hampton Roads that allow golf carts on the streets.