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1 Counselor Ln, Hampton, VA - $1,275,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,000 SQFT
  • 328 DOM
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This Stunning All Brick Waterfront Home Is Located On A 5 Acre Secluded Lot (part Of 10 Acres). Enjoy Deep Water Access At All Times With Your Own Private Pier And Covered Remote Controlled Boat Lift. Enjoy The Beautiful Waterfront Views Inside An...

155 State Park Dr, Hampton, VA - $1,050,000

Residential, Detached
  • 3 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 3,554 SQFT
  • 597 DOM
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Fully Equipped Restaurant And Bar Plus Upper Level Living Quarters Overlooking An Unsurpassed Vista Of The Chesapeake Bay. Building Sits On The Point At Grandview Beach With Approximately 250' Of Water-frontage, Massive Rock Bulkhead, Adjacent To ...

475 Wind Mill Point Rd, Hampton, VA - $995,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,551 SQFT
  • 25 DOM
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Enjoy Captivating Views From A One-of-a-kind 2 Acre Waterfront Estate Located On The Private Peninsula Of Wind Mill Point With Water On Three Sides! Amenities Include A Private Gated Entrance, Oversized 4-1/2 Car Detached Garage W/ Workshop, Ingro...

3 Rileys Way, Hampton, VA - $899,000

Residential, Detached
  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4,100 SQFT
  • 371 DOM
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Have You Dreamed Of Living In Paradise? Located In The Gated Community Of Rileys Way On Grand View Island, This Bay Front Home Has Panoramic Views Of The Chesapeake Bay, The White Marsh Beach, And You Can See The Lights Of Norfolk And Virginia Bea...

20 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $895,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,591 SQFT
  • 124 DOM
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Beach Front!!! Stunning Remodeled Home. Gorgeous Finishes! 4 Bedrooms! Quartz Counteretops, Wood And Ceramic Tile Floors. Absolutely Gorgeous Unobstructed Views.

72 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $890,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4,369 SQFT
  • 481 DOM
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Custom Beachfront Home In Gated Community On Cul-de-sac, W/ Captivating Bay View Featuring Open Concept, 4 Br, 3 1/2 Ba, 3 Car Garage, Office, In 4369 Sq.ft. Of Living Space, W/ Massive Deck, Walkway To City Maintained Beach & 4 Upper Level Balcon...

109 Wilson Ln, Hampton, VA - $849,900

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 6,212 SQFT
  • 34 DOM
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What A Deal! If You Are Looking For Great Views, Great Home This Is The Place. Eclectic Area Of Phoebus Va Just A Short Walk To Restaurants And Entertainment! Amazing Home Could Be A Multi Family Unit Or Large Family Home! Pool, Security Gate, Fis...

46 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $775,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 4,300 SQFT
  • 277 DOM
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Luxury Living Is At It's Finest At This Beach Front Victorian In The Gated Community Of The Pointe At Salt Ponds. Beautiful Wrought Iron Staircase To The Dramatic 2 Story Foyer W/a Barrel Ceiling. Gleaming Granite Flooring & Gorgeous Hw Floors Alo...

41 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $699,933

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,300 SQFT
  • 160 DOM
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Waterfront!!!! This Well Kept Waterfront Home Boasts An Extra Large Boat Dock With Lift, 4 Spacious Bedrooms, Master Oasis With A Fireplace, Luxurious Bath And Balcony For Viewing Gorgeous Sunsets. The Main Floor Has Hardwood Floors And Tile. The ...

300 N Keith Rd, Hampton, VA - $699,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,627 SQFT
  • 55 DOM
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A Great Opportunity To Own 5.49 Acres Of Level, Waterfront Land With Two Homes Already In Place. The Land Extends Behind The Barns. The Main House Was Built In 1841 But Has Been Added Onto And Updated, It Has 3 Br And 3 Full Bathrooms. The Tax Rec...

3 Thimble Shoals Ct, Hampton, VA - $675,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2,016 SQFT
  • 57 DOM
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Private Beach, Gated Community, Sunrises, Dolphins, Sun And Surf...want Anymore? Well What About 2 Decks Over Looking The Chesapeake Bay With A Bird's Eye View Of Ships, Pleasure Boats, And Aircraft Carriers. A Fire Pit Area And A Fireplace In The...

11 Bay Front Pl, Hampton, VA - $650,000

Residential, Detached
  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2,899 SQFT
  • 222 DOM
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Watch The Beautiful Sunsets Over The Water In This Well Built 3 Story Home. See The Canal In The Back And The Bay From The Front Of The Home From Inside And Also On One Of The Many Porches And Wrap Around Porches. Beautiful Refinished Hardwood Flo...

Life in Hampton

  • Kristie Weaver was in the top 2% of all Virginia Beach Realtors and Hampton Roads in 2017!
  • Kristie Weaver was in the top 3% of all Virginia Beach Realtors and Hampton Roads in 2016!
  • Kristie Weaver was in the top 4% of all Virginia Beach Realtors and Hampton Roads in 2015!

As one of the nation’s oldest cities, Hampton hosts a diverse array of businesses, universities, government entities and prides itself for its focus on youth development and civic engagement.  The city has an abundance of things to see and do including the Virginia Air and Space Center, Fort Monroe National Monument, Hampton History Museum, and harbor tours and cruises.  The new Peninsula Town Center has helped Hampton redefine itself as a distinctive shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Hampton Roads. 

The Hampton Coliseum hosts yearly events and festivals and is one of the most popular venues for musical acts of all types in the area. Enjoy a fast paced and exciting race at Langley Speedway which has been voted one of the top 5 NASCAR weekly racing series tracks and is the only one in Hampton Roads.  The city’s numerous parks offer a vast array of open air experiences. Residents can enjoy the gentle surf of the Chesapeake Bay at Buckroe Beach or spend a day with the family at the 60 acre Bluebird Gap Farm which is home to about 150 domestic and wild animals. 

Residential options include a variety of prices, styles and sizes of homes to meet the needs of all residents.  With beautiful waterfront properties, urban condominiums, historic Victorian homes and convenient downtown apartments, housing options are diverse and endless.  No matter what your lifestyle interests are, Hampton offers world class attractions, attractive residential opportunities and the very best of coastal Virginia living. 

 

Hampton

What's My Home Worth?

Overview

Be a part of Hampton’s almost 400 years of rich local history, or come for the many miles of waterfront and beaches. No matter what kind of life you’re looking for in Hampton, so much is available: from waterfront living, fine dining, a vibrant arts community, and leading science research centers, it’s no wonder one of America’s oldest cities is also one of the region’s fastest growing!

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 666
Average Price: $217,798
Highest Price: $1,275,000
Lowest Price: $24,500

 

Buying Real Estate To Build Your Bottom Line

Purchasing real estate can often feel unnerving. It can, however, be a very lucrative investment, and when the right decisions are made, it can also improve the quality of your life. If this is your first time, or you are a veteran, the following article offers information on real estate buying, and it doesn't matter.

When you are planning to purchase a large and costly commercial property, look for a reliable investment partner. It will facilitate the qualification process for the commercial property loan. A partner can help with the down payment and the credit that is needed to get qualified for a commercial loan.

When buying a house, make sure you understand your options when it comes to the term of your loan. A failure to understand how your monthly payments are structured, especially interest over the life of the loan, may place your home in jeopardy. So, take all the time necessary to understand a mortgage and avoid any confusion.

With current markets, now is a great time to purchase real estate. Property values have sunk to an all-time low after the recent housing market crash. Apartment-dwellers should head over to the real estate agent's office, and see about buying a new home. Don't wait too long because before you know it, the market will quickly rise, and you'll want to have a nice piece of real estate in your back pocket to be able to reap the benefits.

Before making a real estate purchase, it is important that you consider whether the asking price is fair or not and place your offer accordingly. By talking to the seller, both parties can come to a final, mutually agreeable price.

Never buy real estate without getting the property inspected first. You don't want to uncover any major problems after you have signed the purchase contract. This makes the inspector an extremely cost-effective and-safety conscious choice that should never be bypassed.

A home should only have a fireplace located in the family room unless the property is located in a particularly chilly climate. Keeping up with fireplaces can be a pain, especially if you won't be using them.

It is really important that you pre-qualify for your home loan prior to searching for your house. A key advantage to doing this is to avoid finding your dream home to then find out you can not get a mortgage that covers the asking price. Loans can take a long time to get, and you will not want to sit around and wait any longer.

When interviewing agents to help you through the buying process, find out how long each agent has lived in the town or area in which you are searching. The less experience they have, the less they will know about the potential neighborhood. Try to locate a Realtor who is ultimately familiar with the neighborhood, because they have made a long term home there, if it can be done.

Measure it wisely if you want to buy a new home. You should make sure that the size listed by the owner is the same as the size listed in the public records. If the difference is not more then about a hundred square feet, a number is considered valid. You might want to consider another property or do some research to figure out why the number as off if it is more than this.

Buying real estate will often be the biggest purchase you will ever make, and one of the biggest decisions you will ever have to come to. The tips above will help you to confidently make important real estate decisions, and avoid the common mistakes people tend to make when purchasing properties.