In this video we'll take a look at what you can buy in Newport News, Virginia for between $300,000 and $400,000. We're sticking with single family homes and are generally speaking, staying in the centrally located neighborhoods of Maxwell Gardens, Glendale, and Summerlake Shores. When it comes to this price range, I think the big thing you'll see over the high 200's is neighborhood desirability. Maxwell Gardens and Glendale are both in the coveted 23606 zip code, which puts them in close proximity to Christopher Newport University, Riverside Hospital, The Mariner's Museum/Noland Trail, and City Center at Oyster Point. That, along with being equidistant to the Newport News Shipyard and Fort Eustis puts both these neighborhoods on the outskirts of arguably the most desirable part of Newport News. The homes we'll view in the high 300's are much newer, and still in a highly desirable area, but are also much larger, where you can expect to be in the 2500 sq ft range, though more of your traditional late 90s style.
Let's take a look at our homes for today!
Low 300s: 123 Keith Rd, Newport News, VA 23606 Located in the neighborhood of Maxwell Gardens this 3 bed, 2 full bath, 1991 sq ft home was listed for $300,000 and sold for $305,000. You can view this home here: https://www.dtrgva.com/property/10424267/?addrs=1
Mid 300s: We have two properties! Both are in the neighborhood of Glendale. Property #1 is 131 Moline Dr. 4 beds, 2.5 baths, 1883 sq ft. Listed for $295,000 and sold for $340,000. You can view this property here: https://www.dtrgva.com/property/10426817/?addrs=1
High 300s: 237 Southlake Place is located in the neighborhood of Summerlake Shores in the Menchville area of Newport News. This home features 4 beds, 2.5 baths, and 2728 sq ft of living space. It was listed for $390,000 and sold for $390,000. (I got this completely wrong in the video!) You can view this home here: https://www.dtrgva.com/property/10423140/?addrs=1