Living in East Beach
The philosophy behind a community like East Beach is 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.
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.