Sandbridge is a truly unique place to live and visit. As they say, "location, location, location!" Being a coastal community with no more excess land to expand, property values in Sandbridge only have one way to go. Up!
A good portion of the homeowners in the area are year-round residents, so if you're dreaming of raising your family here or retiring to our beautiful beach town, you'll have plenty of neighbors and friends.
Many of the investors who buy beach condos and beach houses each year are families or couples looking to put their property to work for them for several years, enjoy the weekly vacation rental income, while they finish raising their children, build their careers, and then retire to the area some years down the road. Meanwhile they get to enjoy vacationing at their Sandbridge Beach vacation rental property for their own family vacations. It's great investment plan.
Whatever your end goal, Gail and Tom Bucker are here to get you all the information and details you need to make the best decision and purchase for your future dreams and goals.
Sandbridge is a quiet, charming seaside village, a barrier island nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the scenic Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, known as the “Outer Banks of Virginia.” Our pristine white sand coastline invites you into a simpler way of life, perfect for a stress free lifestyle yet only 20 minutes away from the vibrant strip of Virginia Beach, where an abundance of attractions and activities await.
- Go to the beach - Sandbridge’s five miles of wide, soft sandy beaches are the perfect stop for a day by the ocean. Build sandcastles, chase sandpipers and play in the calm shallow waters of this perfect secluded beach hideaway. The pristine coastline continues north through the well-known Resort Area Beach of Virginia Beach up to Chesapeake Bay with plenty of hidden gems scattered along the way.
- Anglers have plenty of options for fishing! Cast your line off Little Island Park Fishing Pier or head to Back Bay for some freshwater fishing. There are many boat ramps to launch from, or cruise off on a salt water fishing charter on Chesapeake Bay.
- Play at Little Island Park – A great family spot on the shores of Sandbridge. Swim in the safe ocean waters, play with the kids at the playground or cast your lines from the fishing pier. Little Island Park is a great place for water sports and the starting point for tram tours to Back Bay National Wildlife Park.
- Observe wildlife in its natural habitat in the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, scenic barrier islands of maritime forests, towering dunes, marshes, ponds and ocean waters. Immerse yourself in over 8,000 acres of scenic trails for hiking and biking, birdwatch from the boardwalk overlook and search for turtles, whales and dolphins in the Atlantic waters.
- Wander not far from Back Bay to the pet-friendly False Cape State Park for complete solitude on six miles of unspoiled secluded beach along with nine miles of hiking and biking trails.
- Once a landing point for English settlers in 1607, the historic First Landing State Park, just north of Virginia Beach, is today a haven for nature lovers with lagoons, semi-tropical forests, giant sand dunes, hiking trails, water sports and more than 600 species of unique trees and plants. Climb the stairs of the Old Cape Henry Lighthouse and Memorial, a National Historic Landmark across the street from First State Landing Park on the grounds of the Fort Story Military Base. Your four-legged friend is welcome in the park and on the beaches.
- From beautiful shorelines to the famous Virginia Beach Boardwalk. Lined with quaint benches, bike and walking paths, restaurants and shops, the Boardwalk is a bustling hub of entertainment. King Neptune stands tall at 31st Street overlooking the park, the Norwegian Lady overlooks the Atlantic Ocean at 25th Street, a memorial of the tragic shipwreck in 1891 and neighbour to the National Aviation Monument, three bronze statues telling a unique story of aviation history. Step back in time to explore the areas maritime history at The Old Coast Guard Station Museum, a small museum just off the Boardwalk on Atlantic Avenue. The kids, of course, will want to head straight to 15th Street to spend their pennies at the Amusement Park.
- Shopping is a must, and Virginia Beach is the place to shop! Beach stores, fudge and candy stores, souvenir shops and eclectic one-of-a-kinds line the waterfront behind the boardwalk and Atlantic Avenue.
- The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center is located along the shores of Owls Creek. Walk through the glass Red Sea Tunnel, meet the Komodo dragons and Gloria the rare crocodile and marvel at the unique educational exhibits. Swing your way through forests overlooking Owls Creek on the zip-line obstacle course at Adventure Park, or take a boat trip to experience dolphins and whales in their natural environment (additional fees apply). December through March is the best time to see the beautiful humpbacks as they migrate through the area.