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17 River Rd, Newport News, VA - $2,795,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 5,812 SQFT
  • 318 DOM
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Luxurious One Year New James River Estate Beautifully Situated On The Waters Edge With 2.70 Acres And 310 Ft Of Panoramic Waterfront.from The Elegant Jeffersonian Brick Walled Entrance Down The Aggregate Paved Meandering 700 Ft Driveway This Cust...

19 Museum Dr, Newport News, VA - $1,295,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 3,824 SQFT
  • 109 DOM
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Classic Georgian Situated On A High 1.2 Acre Lot With Exhilarating Views Of The Historic James River. The Front Entrance Foyer, Open Stairway, Beautifully Detailed Moldings, Pediments And Cabinetry, Beautifully Incorporate The Best Details Of Stro...

6 Blunt Ct, Newport News, VA - $1,249,999

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 6,500 SQFT
  • 454 DOM
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Custom Colonial Home In Blunt Point Estates On The James River. Live The Good Life All Year Round In Your Heated Infinity Pool Overlooking The Boardwalk, Boathouse And The James! Don't Forget Your Hot Tub In The Sun Room For Chilly Winter Nights O...

1407 Riversedge Rd, Newport News, VA - $945,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 3,521 SQFT
  • 65 DOM
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Come Home To The "gold Coast" Of Newport News! Enjoy Waterfront Living On The James River In Sought After James Landing. All Brick Two Story W/ Finished Walkout Basement (an Additional 1081 Sq Ft. W/ Full Bath) Offers Charm And Price Of Ownership....

1200 Riverside Dr, Newport News, VA - $668,000

Residential, Detached
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,198 SQFT
  • 19 DOM
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Exquisitely Remodeled Home With 4 Large Bedrooms And 2 1/2 Baths (over 3000 Square Feet) With Views Of The James River To The Front And Mini-lake To The Rear. Detached Lake Front Cottage With Its Own 1 Bedroom + 1 Bath In-law Suite. Amazing 2018 R...

311 Chesapeake Ave, Newport News, VA - $650,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 6,500 SQFT
  • 41 DOM
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Waterfront Brick Victorian Property With Lots Of Potential. Over 6,000 Square Feet And Remolded Kitchen With Top Of The Line Appliances And Cabinetry. Hardwood Flooring, Large Separate Eat In Kitchen And Dining Room, Basement, Grand Wrap Around Po...

23 Douglas Dr, Newport News, VA - $599,950

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,320 SQFT
  • 264 DOM
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Newly Renovated! Location, Location, Location Has Never More True! Rare Opportunity For An Outstanding One Owner Custom Built Brick Home Boasting Attention To Detail, Located In A Highly Sought After Neighborhood! This Beautiful Home A Well Design...

74 Colombia Dr, Newport News, VA - $597,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,203 SQFT
  • 103 DOM
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Rare Boater's Waterfront - Deep Water Close To Shore In A Protected Location. Brick Colonial On A Half Acre Wooded Lot. Home Has Many Special Features. Extra Insulation Makes The Home Unusually Energy Efficient. Wainscotting And 9' Ceilings On ...

133 Beechwood Hls, Newport News, VA - $542,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,439 SQFT
  • 210 DOM
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Over $20,000 Price Reduction Just In Time For The Holidays! Private, Nearly 3 Acre Waterfront Retreat In The City Of Newport News! From Its Recently Updated Kitchen And Bathrooms To The Impressively Stylish, Yet Functional Custom Built Island And ...

609 Haystack Landing Rd, Newport News, VA - $475,000

Residential, Detached
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,840 SQFT
  • 150 DOM
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Beautiful Warwick River Waterfront Home In Established Shore Park Neighborhood. This Home Features A Spacious, Welcoming Front Porch And Entryway. Large Formal Living And Dining Rooms. Kitchen/breakfast Area Open To Family Room With Views Of The R...

1202 Riverside Dr, Newport News, VA - $450,000

Residential, Detached
  • 6 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,873 SQFT
  • 155 DOM
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Across The Street From The James River! Mid-century Home On The Most Private Section Of Riverside Drive. Spacious Home, Great For Entertaining. Large Private Backyard With A Lake View On A Cul-de-sac! 6th Bedroom Can Be Used As A Study. Spacious F...

62 James River Ln, Newport News, VA - $413,000

Residential, Detached
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,369 SQFT
  • 201 DOM
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One-of-a-kind Contemporary 3 Bedroom Home In A Tranquil Retreat On A Private Lane, Overlooking The James River And Fishers Creek. Custom Built In 1974 By A Local Architect On A High Wooded 2+ Acre Lot, And Located In The Prestigious Beverly Hills...

  • 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!

The city’s beautiful natural landscapes offer mountain biking, paddle boarding and canoeing, camping or if you prefer a competitive round of golf, visit Kiln Creek Country Club. With a combination of antique stores, urban shopping centers, and quaint locally owned shops, Newport News is a shopper’s paradise.

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Many people get nervous about purchasing real estate, for a variety of reasons. Some fear the current unstable real estate market, while others are intimidated by the legal aspects of purchasing real estate. There are many different factors that play into the decision to buy property. It helps to be armed with information before jumping into the real estate game. Here are a few tips to help a person navigate the complexities.

If you already have, or are intending to have children, search for a spacious home. Think about safety too. A swimming pool or stairs present a major risk for small children. You should have a safer house if the previous tenants had children.

If you're thinking about relocating, you may want to consider looking online at the neighborhood of the house you're thinking of purchasing. There are several sites online that give statistics for even the smallest city. Do thorough research into any area in which you plan to purchase real estate. It is no fun to find out later that you have invested in dead-end real estate.

Keep an account for extra costs that may be associated with purchasing real estate. Buyers typically figure out their closing costs by totaling the down payment, any points that they pay to the lender, and all real estate taxes after they are prorated. Most of the time, extra things are included in closing costs, such as improvement bonds, school taxes, and other specific items related to the area.

This is the best time to start investing in real estate. Property values are now at a low since the market has crashed. This is a perfect time for first-time home buyers to get into a home. Alternatively, for current home owners to invest in a larger property. Since the prices will eventually go up again, if you purchase now, you are sure to make your investment profitable.

When making your offer on a house you are interested in, it is possible to ask the seller to help with closing costs or provide other financial incentives. One common incentive is to request that the seller "buy down" your loan's interest rate for the first one to two years. When you include concession demands in your offer, sellers become less willing to lower their asking price.

If there is a house that you are thinking of buying, go to the internet to check the sex offender registry of the house's neighborhood. If there is a sex offender living next door, or anywhere in the neighborhood, a real estate agent is not obligated to let you know. Research on your own!

Unless you live in a climate where it is absolutely needed, try not to purchase a home with a fireplace in any room other than the family room. You will find that having more than one fireplace is a hassle, as they have to be cleaned regularly and are rarely used.

When looking to select the perfect agent to represent you, make sure you inquire how long he or she has lived in your preferred area. They will not know very much about community issues, neighborhoods and streets, if the agent is fairly new to the area. An agent living in the city or district for ten years, on the other hand, is more likely to have a deep understanding of the area.

You need to know what information and resources is available, and what the actual buying process entails, so use these tips when you plan on buying. To feel comfortable and confident when purchasing real estate, you must fully understand what you're becoming involved in.