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Military Housing at Naval Station Norfolk

Naval Station Norfolk occupies approximately 3,400 acres of Hampton Roads real estate in a peninsula known as Sewell's Point. The city boasts more than 300 years of maritime and naval heritage, and, today, is the world's largest naval station. It is also the home port to a wide variety of naval vessels, including aircraft carriers, cruisers, destroyers, large amphibious ships, and submarines.

At Naval Station Norfolk, Liberty Military Housing provides more than 1,600 military family homes within ten communities. Our experienced team is here to help make the process of finding and renting your home as easy as possible. When you live in an Liberty Military Housing home, there are no out-of-pocket expenses and average utility costs are included in your monthly rent. We don’t run credit checks and there are never any deposits or hidden fees. At Liberty Military Housing, you have everything you need to make your new house a home, including a variety of amenities throughout the community and access to 24/7 maintenance. 


Norfolk – a Charming Waterfront City

A charming port city adjacent to the Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk enjoys a temperate mid-Atlantic climate with average yearly high temperatures in the 60s and average lows in the 50s. The city sees approximately 237 days of sunshine.

Norfolk offers a host of attractions for military families to enjoy, including the battleship U.S.S. Wisconsin and Nauticus, now a National Maritime Center with an interactive science and technology focus. Additionally, nearby Newport News is home to the Mariners' Museum and Park, which houses one of the most extensive maritime collections in the world.

Norfolk’s downtown waterfront on the banks of the Elizabeth River makes for pleasure-filled walks, while its revitalized Waterfront District is filled with shops and dining opportunities. Other treasures include the Chrysler Museum, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, Norfolk Botanical Garden, the Virginia Zoo, the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, and the Children's Museum of Virginia, just across the river in Portsmouth. Another area gem is Virginia Beach, which features miles of beaches, a 3-mile long oceanfront boardwalk, and a host of state parks, including the Mount Trashmore Park and the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge.

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