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Living in Norfolk, Virginia

Located in the heart of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area, Norfolk, Virginia is one of the largest incorporated cities in the state. With its proximity to the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic beaches, prime entertainment, and upscale dining and shopping, Norfolk is also one of the most desired places to live along the Eastern Seaboard. Young families, retirees, and graduates moving on to a new life have discovered the city well accommodates their active lifestyles and financial needs.

Why consider buying a home in Norfolk? Aside from temperate weather year round, and a strong economy supported through tourism, shipping, and the military, Norfolk serves as the Tidewater region’s cultural and recreational home base. It is a city rich in history and tradition, where the diversity of its peoples blends seamlessly with a common interest in serving the community. Norfolk is home to Virginia’s most impressive collection of artwork in the Chrysler Museum of Art, as well as the Virginia Opera, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, and several performance venues which have hosted popular acts in music, dance, and drama. The Naro Cinema in the Ghent district offers a continuous schedule of independent, art and foreign films and series and seminars done in conjunction with local colleges and non-profit organizations.

In addition to a strongly developed public school system, Norfolk offers students higher education options through Old Dominion University, Virginia Wesleyan College, and Norfolk State University. Norfolk Academy, one of the nation’s oldest private secondary schools, has enjoyed a tradition of academic achievement for over 300 years.

As Norfolk moves toward an urban living model, young professionals will discover more options for residency. Affordable lofts and condos in the downtown area provide access to a more social lifestyle, while home living in Larchmont, First Colonial, and Ghent neighborhoods fosters a greater sense of community pride.

Living in Norfolk, not a day goes by where there isn’t something to do or enjoy. Home is where the heart is, so why not make the heart of Hampton Roads your home.

Norfolk Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 463 homes for sale in Norfolk, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
39% Single Family, 9% Rental, 2% Multi Family, 0% Land/lot, 0% Townhouse and 50% Other.

39% Single Family
9% Rental
50% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 463
Average Home Size 1,801 ft² / 167 m²
Price Range ($6 - $2,490,000)

Weather in Norfolk

The average high temperatures in Norfolk range from 48 in January to 87 in July

Average home income in Norfolk

The average household income of a Norfolk resident is $65,345 with an average home value of $245,546

Population of Norfolk

Norfolk has 242,315 residents.

Home ownership in Norfolk

The average level of home ownership in Norfolk is 45%.

Education breakdown of Norfolk

Education levels of residents of Norfolk include: highschool 29%, associate 7%, bachelor 15%, graduate 11%.

Households in Norfolk

Norfolk has 86,290 homes, built on average 56 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 463 homes for sale in Norfolk. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Rental, Multi Family, Land/lot, Townhouse and Other. The average list price of these property results is 229,482. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Norfolk please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 463 homes for sale in Norfolk, VA are represented by 4 member brokerages serving the Norfolk area. Member brokerages representing the 463 homes include Howard Hanna Real Estate Services (PA-NY-WV-MD), Rose & Womble Realty Company, Chandler Realty, Inc. and Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. .