If you have ever Googled "Virignia Beach Homes" and then looked at the pictures that come up in the search, it is pretty likely that you have seen a picture of Sandbridge Beach. While Virginia Beach has miles and miles of shoreline, the 4.5 miles of Sandbridge Beach are some of the most photographed and picturesque oceanfront properties in all of Hampton Roads.
Sandbridge Beach has an ideal location
Located at the end of Sandbridge Rd., the oceanfront community of Sandbridge Beach offers an alternative to the hustle and bustle of the Virginia Beach resort area. Given the ideal location, the waterfront homes, there are a large number of vacationers who visit here each summer. They come for the relaxing oceanfront views, the beachfront lifestyle, the mild weather and in general to "get away from it all" for a few days. But what if you could get have that same experience year round? What if you could enjoy a waterfront lifestyle in a beach home, and not have to "go back" but instead, simply enjoy walks along the beach? It can happen and it is available.
Sandbridge Beach has homes available
Sandbridge Beach offers multiple layers of homes lining the beach on the ocean side, and several small streets with waterfront homes overlooking North Bay. Many of these residents have private docks for quick water access. One-of-a-kind custom built mansions grace the beachfront, offering panoramic ocean views.
Beachfront condos, just steps from the ocean can be found at the luxurious Sanctuary Resort, among other high rises and low level condos. Sandbridge real estate is ideal for those with an eye for investment, as many homes have existing rental suites. And there are homes currently available on Sandbridge Beach. Follow this link to see current Sandbridge Beach homes for sale or visit TREGLuxuryHomes.com for waterfront homes throughout the entire area.
Other Amenities on Sandbridge Beach
Sandbridge residents are steps from over 5 miles of sand beaches, incredible fishing and boating opportunities. The Sandbridge Pier is a popular spot for dropping a line, or viewing the sunset, and there are several local beach parks and areas for walking and viewing wildlife. Some of these include: Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, False Cape State Park, and Little Island Park. Golfers can choose from 12 different courses within a few minutes drive, including Hell's Point which is only 3 miles away.