Thinking About Buying a Home in Cape Charles?
So you’ve visited Cape Charles, and suddenly you find yourself wanting to buy a home here. Don’t worry — it’s a common enough occurrence. The town tends to have that effect on people. Whether you’re a retiree, a young family, or somewhere in between, Cape Charles offers the chance to live a vacation lifestyle year-round. Luckily, there are homes available for every type of buyer.
Buying a home in the Cape Charles historic district
Cape Charles’ historic district is a compact area mostly populated with homes built at the turn of the century. This is one of the more sought-after parts of Cape Charles for buyers thanks to its charm and walkability — residents can enjoy easy pedestrian access to the beach, Central Park, and downtown from anywhere in the historic district. The area is increasingly popular with second homeowners who may rent out their properties to vacation renters for extra income when they’re not staying there themselves. Homes range from tiny bungalows to sprawling Victorians to duplexes, offering a range of sizes for different types of buyers.
Buying a home in Bay Creek
Bay Creek isn’t just a resort with an incredible golf course. It’s also a thriving community that’s home to hundreds of residents. Set on over 1,700 pristine acres, Bay Creek boasts a large private beach and miles of hiking trails through a nature preserve. Homes here are new with a classic coastal aesthetic.
Homes in King’s Creek Landing and Beyond
Look beyond the historic district and Bay Creek to find some of the area’s best values. Developments like King’s Creek Landing offer newer homes within just a short drive of Cape Charles proper. You can also find nearby homes situated on the water, on farmland, or in neighboring communities like Cheriton, Eastville, and Oyster.
Ready to buy a home in Cape Charles? See our list of local realtors here [link to “Living in Cape Charles” page] to get started today.