Living in Suffolk, Virginia Offers Modern Convenience, Natural Beauty, and Small Town Charm

Living in Suffolk, Virginia Offers
Modern Convenience, Natural Beauty,
and Small Town Charm

Are you considering living in Suffolk, Virginia? Well, you should. The city’s 430 square miles include natural beauty, eco-adventure, visual and performing art venues, festivals, boutiques, golf, chef-owned restaurants, modern development and medical facilities, and small town charm. It is the perfect blend to create a wonderful lifestyle.

Did you know that in 1609 Captain John Smith was interested in the oyster beds in the Nansemond River. The English settlers recognized the opportunity that they would have there. In 1742 the town of Suffolk was born, named after the Governor’s home of Suffolk County, England. Today Suffolk has the largest city by land area in Virginia, and the 11th largest in the United States. The city is famous for its prosperous peanut growing and processing, begun in 1912 by Amedeo Obici, founder of Planters Peanut Co. 

Near Suffolk’s historic downtown you can find affordable homes, new construction, waterfront homes, and stately southern mansions. Main Street has been revitalized with shops and restaurants that garner accolades. As you travel south, you can find homes with large lots allowing for privacy and quiet. Northern Suffolk is anchored by the Harbour View development that includes high-tech government and private-sector employment centers, master-planned and amenity-filled communities, homes along the Nansemond River and Bennett’s Creek, condominium homes, and single-family homes. There is truly something for everyone in Suffolk. 

Check below for homes that are for sale today in Suffolk, and contact one of our experienced, veteran-friendly real estate specialists to schedule a tour for you. We are here to help. 

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