The North End, as locals call it, is the combination of neighborhoods in the northeastern corner of the city. Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and First Landing State Park, the North End is one of the most prestigious areas in Virginia Beach.
Many families have lived there for generations, and the residents passionately protect the area from commercialization. The neighborhood has an eclectic feel, ranging from quaint cedar-shake bungalow cottages to modern stucco beach mansions, to high-rise condos. The landscape is comprised of giant oak trees, pines, oleander hedges and beachfront sand dunes. Members of several area garden clubs join forces with the city of Virginia Beach to further the beauty of the landscape.
The North End has a very active civic league. All property owners and residents may join. Additionally, any former residents who have been members of the league and who wish to continue to participate in league activities may do so.
The North End of Virginia beach is in close proximity to the boardwalk resort area, which hosts an abundance of activities, shopping, restaurants, and events. The paved bike paths provide a safe, convenient way to access all the resort area has to offer. And, with I-264 just minutes away, it is an easy commute to all areas of Hampton Roads.