Point Chesapeake On The Bay’s beautifully decorated, 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath models are now ready for you to tour! To schedule your private showing, call 757-517-0922. The Aurora Model offers 2340 square feet of living space and the Beacon features 2405 square feet. Both models also include a 2-car garage, separate storage and private balcony. For more photos, view our photo gallery of the models, clubhouse and gazebo. FLOOR PLANS | STANDARD FEATURES
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Relax and soak in the beautiful views from your new home at Point Chesapeake, your own private balcony, the charming gazebo or the clubhouse deck. The sophisticated interior appointments at Point Chesapeake perfectly compliment your taste and style. If you desire maintenance free living in elegant surroundings, it doesn’t get any better than this. Call 757.517.0922 for details on these new homes on the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach. Watch our video above for a first glance at the views and interiors of these new homes.
You’ll never get tired of these beautiful views of the bay from your new home at Point Chesapeake. Want to make this dream a reality? Call 757-517- 0922 for more information on these new waterfront homes in Virginia Beach, located off Shore Drive.
While construction continues on Point Chesapeake, these luxury waterfront homes are beginning to take shape. During a recent hard hat tour, we could see what makes these homes so special. Upon entering each model through the foyer, you are greeted with full-on, expansive window views from all major living areas of water, sky and the long stretch of sand with untouched dunes in the foreground. Every home is specifically designed to include a bay view and there are only 8 luxury homes per building, giving residents more privacy. Another plus is that while most condos in this corridor of Shore Drive offer only 2 full baths, the homes at Point Chesapeake have 2.5 baths with that extra powder room for guests.
Stylish appointments include:
- Private, 2-Car, Side-by-Side Garages
- 2.5 Baths
- Spacious Balconies (large enough for patio furniture)
- Interior, Secured Hallways with Elevators
- Club House with Exercise Studio and Large Outdoor Deck overlooking the Bay & Inlet
- Private Access to the Beach and Gazebo
With only 48 homes available, buyers will want to stake their claim soon on the last undeveloped bay front property where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Lynnhaven River. View Floor Plans
Homes are selling now. Call 757-517-0922 for more information or to schedule your tour!
Concrete pieces of the old Lesner Bridge are being submerged 18 miles away in the Chesapeake Bay to expand an artificial reef off the Eastern Shore. While the artificial reefs do not replace natural reefs, they are a tool to encourage fish habitats and give anglers better fishing options. The Virginia Marine Resources Commission has had the artificial reef program for 40 years. As their budget shrinks, the program relies more on donations. McLean Contracting is hiring crews to move the concrete to the reef as VMRC monitors the process. Read More on PilotOnline
In addition to beautiful views, residents at Point Chesapeake on The Bay will enjoy stylish new homes with specially designed floor plans and plenty of light. Thinking about home decor and gift ideas to celebrate your new home on the bay? Here are a few of our top picks:
The bay’s beautiful and scenic views are a favorite for photographers at any time of the year. Order online and choose from several photos taken by local photographer, Albert Butzer. Select as prints to frame yourself or have your favorite image transferred to stretched canvas or metal. http://www.albertgbutzer3.com
This 36″ x 26″ Framed Nautical Chart is the official NOAA Nautical Chart detailing the beautiful waterways of the Chesapeake Bay. Order from Houzz.
Add class and sophistication to any room with this gorgeous Harbor Master Telescope in oil-rubbed bronze and white leather. The glass optic eyepiece provides up to 15x magnification and the white wooden tripod stand let’s you adjust the height and an oil-rubbed bronze chain maintains the scopes position. Order from Houzz
For a wonderful keepsake or gift, capture your loved ones on the bay or beach with photography by local photographer, Glenn Bashaw of Images in Light. Glenn offers photography for family portraits, engagements and weddings in addition to editorial and commercial projects.
Find eclectic shabby chic/patina furniture, unique gifts and local art at Tin Soldiers Forgotten Treasures on Shore Drive. Located just across the Lesner Bridge from Point Chesapeake, the inventory changes daily.
Show your love for the bay with this Map Cuff Bracelet from Etsy. Using a unique dye process, the ink from a vintage map of the Chesapeake Bay is fused to the surface of the aluminum. Hypoallergenic, lead and nickel free. Will not tarnish or oxidize and best of all, it’s extremely lightweight.
Just a few steps away from Point Chesapeake, Sugar Shack Donuts & Coffee has opened at 3273 Shore Drive (previously occupied by Starbucks) by early winter. This is the first Virginia Beach location for the Richmond-based chain. Sugar Shack opened its first store in June 2013 and currently has eight locations, plus a food truck.
“We anticipate seating about 20 patrons inside and 24 outside on the deck, pending approval from the city,” according to Ian Kelley, founder and CEO. “We‘re also planning to have a conference room where small groups can meet.”
On Thursday, December 1st, Point Chesapeake on The Bay hosted their unveiling event at the beautiful Lesner Inn on Shore Drive across from the current site of construction. Guests who have expressed prior interest by joining the VIP list were invited exclusively to the event, and enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres while getting the very first view of the newest imagery of the community.
Reservations on homes at Point Chesapeake on the Bay were taken at this event. The Terry Companies, LLC which is comprised of the Napolitano Homes and the Terry Peterson families was incredibly well represented at the event. We would like to thank all of those who attended which included many well respected members of our real estate community. Thank you to all of the attendees who came from near and far. We look forward to what this community will be, and the life that it already exhibits.
Reservations are open to the public to own a piece of the Bay at the very unique and upscale community of Point Chesapeake on The Bay. Please contact Jen at 757-517-0922 for more information.
The famous seafood restaurant, Duck In, was located on Shore Drive near the Lesner Bridge. A Virginia Beach staple, the restaurant opened in 1952 and closed its doors more than a decade ago.
If you have driven over the Lesner Bridge lately, you have probably noticed a lot of commotion and construction going on. Two residential projects are underway – luxury condominium homes (Point Chesapeake On The Bay) and upscale apartments (Overture).
Rose & Womble Realty Co. is thrilled to announce that it will be representing Point Chesapeake on the Bay, built by The Terry Companies, LLC. The Terry Companies is a partnership between two local builders, Terry Peterson Residential and Napolitano Homes. Napolita
Point Chesapeake on the Bay is a high-end waterfront condominium community of forty-eight homes, with sales beginning the end of this year. The Terry Companies has chosen to retain the original gazebo on this bay property. Hampton Roads residents and visitors alike are nostalgic about this gazebo and it is important to the builders of this community to hold onto this piece of history.
Across the street (closer to the Bridge), Overture Apartments are being constructed and will be managed by global apartment management company, Greystar. These age-targeted apartments are for adults over 62 and will debut in the Spring of 2017.
The graphic below differentiates the location of the new home community vs. the apartment community, Overture. Overture and Point Chesapeake on the Bay are excited about their neighboring communities and the future of this amazing location in Virginia Beach. Stay tuned for more information!
More often than not, my friends in Virginia Beach ask me how it feels to live so far from everything. Really, it’s quite the opposite. It seems Shore Drive has been a hotspot for new eats in the last year with the opening of Pleasure House Brewing, Bay Local Eatery and Dish (now Pressed Wine Bar). On top of the dining scene, there are picturesque trails weaving through First Landing State Park along with the beauty and convenience of the Chesapeake Bay — a plus to avoid summer’s oceanfront traffic.