About Princess Anne
Princess Anne is one of 7 boroughs located in Virginia Beach. Why do we see so many places named after Princess Anne? The county was named Princess Anne, who was the daughter of James II. She later became the Queen of England.
In order to maintain good relations many areas in Hampton roads were named after people and places in England. Princess Anne County was formed in 1691. Princess Anne County became part of the City of Virginia Beach in 1963.
Princess Anne’s real estate market and sub-communities have their own features and amenities, making finding a home to fit your taste and lifestyle is easy. Whether you are looking for a single family home, townhouse, or condo there’s a lot to choose from.
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How People get Around
Most people drive or carpool to work. Nearby are the I-64 and I-264 highway systems, giving you easy access to businesses, hospitals, military bases and universities. You’re 15-30 minutes to nearby cities of Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, and Hampton. “The Wave” is a a Trolley and Shuttle system in Virginia Beach. You’re able to get off and on the trolley to visit shops, restaurants and museums. It takes you from the beach on Atlantic Avenue to the Hilltop area. There are also cabs and bus service to get around town.
Whatever you’re craving, you’ll find a nearby place to enjoy a good meal in Princess Anne. From fast food to fine dining you’ll find something to delight your palate.
Conveniently located there are many places to shop, including Landstown Commons and the Salem Crossing Shopping Center. A short ride away is Pembroke Mall, which has a variety of shops, dining venues and entertainment hot spots.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, the Virginia Beach Oceanfront and Mount Trashmore are great destinations for working out, taking a relaxing stroll, or walking the dog. If you’re a golf enthusiast, tee off at the 18-hole Kempsville Greens Municipal Golf Course or Virginia Beach National Golf Club.
If you have a busy lifestyle or are looking for a place to unwind, the Princess Anne section of Virginia Beach is an awesome place to live, work and play.
Princess Anne Schools
The Virginia Beach School Locator can help you find your assigned elementary, middle, or high school if you’re’new to the area or if you’ve moved from one neighborhood to another in Virginia Beach.
Find a Home Near A School
To find a home near a certain school click here to search by school name. Be sure to check with Virginia Beach Schools to verify the address is in the school zone you’re interested in. Another resource many parents use is GreatSchools.org.
VIRGINIA BEACH CRIME DATA
In order to obtain information about crime statistics in Virginia Beach and other neighborhoods go to City-Data.com.
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