JB Langley-Eustis, VA - Nearby Cities

    Hampton, VA
    Hampton is home to the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel which was first opened in 1957 and was the world's first bridge-tunnel. It crosses the channel to the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean providing the east coast with access to the harbor. The city is also home to Langley Air Force Base and is located just 7 miles from the Air Force Base. Hampton is the sixth most populous city in Virginia.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $199,900 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with 1800 square feet. Rentals in the area are also available starting at $620 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit. For a monthly rate of $825, a family can rent a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath unit. Hotels in the area such as the Holiday Inn and the Embassy Suites offer temporary lodging for a nightly rate of $103 and up.

    Hampton is located near the harbor offering boat tours and fishing excursions for visitors. Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe offers visitors a look at Hampton Roads' military history. The town is home to the Virginia Air & Space Center with exhibits highlighting adventures in space.

    Newport News, VA
    Newport News is a harbor city that is home to the Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding facility. Langley Air Force Base is located just 12 miles away from the town and connects the community to the military facility and its inhabitants. For those looking for more permanent housing, the Newport News area is an idyll place to live and work.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $265,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence with 2100 square feet. Homes and apartments for rent are also available for a monthly rate of $625 for a 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment unit. For those looking for temporary lodging in the surrounding communities, hotels such as the Holiday Inn and the Hilton Garden Inn offer accommodations for $120 a night and up.

    Newport News is home to Civil War museums as well as annual reenactments of the War itself. Many historic homes grace the area including the last remaining antebellum home, the Lee Hall Mansion. The home was used by Confederate soldiers during the war, and it now offers guided tours through the Victorian hallways full of historical significance.

    Norfolk, VA
    Norfolk is home to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's headquarters. It is also home to the Norfolk Naval Base and only 25 miles from the Langley Air Force Base. With its close ties to the military community, Norfolk offer many miles of waterfront property for those seeking to settle down in a nearby community.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $240,000 for a 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with 1000 square feet. Rental homes and apartments are also available with monthly rates starting at $700 for a 3 bedroom, 1 bath rental home. Hotels such as the Holiday Inn and Quality Inn Suites offer nightly rates of $136 and up for those seeking more temporary accommodations.

    With a waterfront location showcasing ships and ferries moving in and out of the harbor, Norfolk offers many major attractions to entertain visitors of all ages. The historic Battleship Wisconsin is docked in the harbor, and the city is home to the Nauticus which offers destroyer battle simulations and complete ship tours. Norfolk is home to many museums with historic exhibits of the area and surrounding communities.

    Portsmouth, VA
    Portsmouth was originally established as a shipbuilding community after King James I of England issued a land grant for its development. Today, it is home to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard that builds and repairs all types of Navy ships. Located just 27 miles from the Langley Air Force Base, the town is a picturesque location that sits on the harbor and offers boating access and transportation to visitors and residents alike.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $199,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with 1500 square feet. Rentals are also available with monthly rates starting at $925 for a 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath home rental. For temporary accommodations, local hotels such as the Comfort Inn and the Quality Inn offer nightly rates of $69 and up.

    Portsmouth offers daily tours of the historic Naval Shipyard and the first Navy Hospital. Turn-of-the century homes have been preserved for visitors' sightseeing pleasure. The Pass House and the Hill House are two families who have antique collections that are over 150 years old and have been preserved in their original condition. The area is rich in area attractions that give visitors a glimpse into the colorful past.

    Poquoson, VA
    Poquoson has a population of just under 12,000 people and is one of the oldest continuously named cities. It retained its name since the time of the Native American residents inhabited the area in the 17th century. The name translates into "flat land". The temperate climate in Poquoson allows residents and visitors to enjoy year-round outdoor recreational opportunities. The town is located just 4 miles from the Langley Air Force Base; the city offers a small-town experience for those looking to settle in the area. With more metropolitan areas just a short drive away, the community is a more peaceful alternative for military personnel and their families.

    Houses for sale in the area start at 339,000 for a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $699 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Country Inn and the Candlewood Suites offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $61 a night.

    Local attractions include the Poquoson Museum which is housed in an historic wash house. The back porch to the wash house is the entrance to the museum. Exhibits include highlighting the local marshes and waterways around Poquoson. There is even a concrete bridge that takes visitors on a marsh walk through the local swamplands. Annually in September/October, the Poquoson Seafood Festival brings in local vendors with delicious seafood for sale and a full array of arts and crafts. Vendors come from neighboring states including North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.