Albemarle River Estates… one of the Best Kept Secret new home communities located in Chesapeake, Virginia

Albemarle River is a preeminent new neighborhood conveniently located in the East Greenbrier area of Chesapeake.  The community is named after the historic Albemarle, Intracoastal Waterway which is adjacent to this neighborhood’s southern boundaries.

Albemarle River was designed to complement its natural forested surroundings which include many undisturbed nature parks.  Its meandering streets give you a sense of living in a park or nature preserve.

The community uniquely offers a rural setting while convenient to the Greenbrier shopping district, CHKD Children’s Hospital, boating and Greenbrier Country Club.

On a quiet evening, you can hear the faint whisper of the vessels traveling the Intracoastal.

Come visit us at Albemarle River and personalize your own dream home.

Albemarle River Is Districted For the Following Schools

Oscar Smith High School | Greenbrier Middle School | Greenbrier Primary 

Contact Our Sales Team Today At (757) 689-7075

to set up an appointment to visit our Sales Models in Albemarle River.

Chesapeake, Virginia is located along the Intracoastal Waterway in the heart of Coastal Virginia, Chesapeake is a city rich in history and natural wonders.

Rediscover outdoor adventure while navigating 22 miles of fresh and saltwaterways. Paddle the Dismal Swamp Canal where Edgar Allan Poe reportedly penned parts of his famous poem, “The Raven.” Spot rare bird species and wildlife along the scenic trails of Northwest River Park & Campground and the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Celebrate the city’s heritage and culture at one of our many family-friendly events and festivals held throughout the year. Dine at diverse restaurants from comfortable favorites to down-home fare to the exotic.

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