Princess Anne Plaza is a large neighborhood in Virginia Beach located between Holland Road and Virginia Beach Blvd. With quick access to Interstate 264, this area is easily accessible to both the oceanfront and the city of Norfolk. Shopping is plentiful and you are literally just a mile or 2 a way from everything you need. Retail outlets in close proximity include Harris Teeter, Super Kmart, Sam’s club, Home Depot, Lowe’s, and many strip malls with locally owned businesses. Travel just a couple more miles and you’ll be in what locals call downtown Virginia Beach, which includes the brand new Va. Beach Town Center and Pembroke Mall. The Virginia Beach Town Center offers great restaurants and retail outlets like The Cheesecake Factory, PF Chang’s, Barnes & Noble, and many others.
Although most of the homes in Princess Anne Plaza are older (from 1960 -1977), many have been well-maintained and updated. As you walk down many of the wide tree-lined streets you’ll see manicured lawns, kids riding their bikes and maybe an occasional yard sale. There’s a good mix of residents containing retirees, families with kids, and singles. This neighborhood is huge containing mostly detached single family homes with lots of opportunities for families who are interested in owning a home in a good neighborhood with decent sized lots, especially compared to most of Va. Beach. Currently there are 54 homes for sale in Princess Anne Plaza and prices are very affordable ranging from $119k to $285K.
Schools for Princess Anne Plaza are Lynnhaven Elementary, Plaza Middle School, and Green Run High School.