Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and First Landing State Park (formerly Seashore State Park), the North End exhibits historical landmarks at both ends; the old Cavalier Hotel to the South and The Cape Henry Lighthouse to the North.
The Old Cavalier, built in 1927, is undergoing a $75 million dollar transformation into the Cavalier Residences.
The North End actually consists of several smaller neighborhoods, including the private and established section of Princess Ann Hills. The area is also known for a very active Garden Club and Civic League.
The North End of Virginia Beach remains a highly sought after and tranquil neighborhood with an array of homes built from the late 19th century to today. Housing prices in the North End range from 300,000 to upwards of 5.5 million, with spaces from 400 square feet of living area to a grandiose 8,000 square feet. The neighborhoods consist of older traditional homes, to coastal, eclectic and transitional styles. You’ll also find an array of town homes and condos in the North End.
North End activities attract families and empty nesters alike ranging from ocean front activities, concerts, restaurants a designated bike path, to golfing at the Princess Anne Country Club.