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Located in the center of Coastal Virginia, along the Intracoastal Waterway, the beautiful city of Chesapeake is known as a city rich in history, culture and natural wonders. The population of Chesapeake is estimated at 242,336, making it the third-most-populous city in Virginia.

In Chesapeake, outdoor enthusiasts will revel in the 22 miles of fresh and salt waterways. Residents and visitors can canoe on the Dismal Swamp Canal, where Edgar Allan Poe was inspired to write his poem, "The Raven." While hiking the trails of the Northwest River Park and the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, nature lovers will be rewarded with frequent glimpses of rare bird species and other wildlife.

Throughout the year, cultural celebrations of the city’s history occur at many family friendly events and festivals. Chesapeake Park is a popular venue well known for its outdoor events, such as the Chesapeake Park Whisper Concert Series and the Chesapeake Jubilee.

Beach lovers have a great selection of beaches from which to choose, all within close proximity to Chesapeake. After a full day at the beach, treat yourself to a meal at one of the diverse restaurants in Chesapeake, with menus ranging from traditional comfort food to international cuisine.

Chesapeake is located in the center of the Eastern seaboard, with access to a large, skilled population. This, combined with a vast network of transportation systems, positions Chesapeake as one of the most vibrant business communities in the U.S. Some of the leading industries in Chesapeake include logistics and supply chain, defense/security, advanced manufacturing, professional business services and healthcare tech/services.

The median home value in Chesapeake is $254,600, and there are many popular neighborhoods in Chesapeake to settle in. Greenbrier has a nice mix of older and newer homes, at a variety of price points, and is known for having good schools, with shopping and golf courses close by. Great Bridge is also a beautiful neighborhood that offers plenty of amenities, including parks and access to the Intracoastal Waterway.

Chesapeake is a city that has it all: natural beauty, a diverse population, a great economy and plenty of amenities. Don’t miss out on this gem of a city!