Eastern Shore of Virginia Real Estate Listings Map
Virginia's Eastern Shore is a narrow peninsula of land bordered by the Chesapeake Bay to the West and Atlantic Ocean to the East. The Eastern Shore is connected to Maryland by land, but the only connection to the rest of Virginia is by way of the 17 mile long Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. The remote nature of this area has kept it relatively undeveloped. Agriculture is still a major industry here and homes are scattered throughout the countryside. But the proximity to both the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean makes this a special place. Tidal waterways, known locally as creeks, bisect the peninsula, creating a series of "necks" and many, many opportunities for waterfront living.
Much of the activity on the Eastern Shore centers around the larger towns of Cape Charles, Onancock and Chincoteague. But there are dozens of smaller towns, many waterfront, scattered around the region.
See the map below for current real estate listings. Click on the markers for listing details.