Suffolk VA Homes for Sale
Updated Real Estate in Suffolk Virginia
Suffolk VA is a beautiful southern city with lots of history. Suffolk was founded in 1742 and has grown tremendously over the years. As an independent city, Suffolk VA is a unique and cool place to live and visit. With lots of natural beauty and its fair share of southern charm, Suffolk has a little something for everyone. As a result, many people have been flocking to the area to relocate, and there are certainly lots of things to love about Suffolk.
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What is Suffolk Virginia known for?
The Planters Nut and Chocolate Company opened in Suffolk in 1912, and not 30 years later the city had earned the coveted accolade “Peanut Capital of the World.” A statue of Mr. Peanut stands at the corner of Main and Washington streets, and the Planters Peanut Center is one of Suffolk's most popular tourist attractions.
Things to Do - Local
As with many older cities, Suffolk boasts a fair share of spooks. The Suffolk Division of Tourism sponsors the Legends of Main Street ghost walk, where costumed guides escort brave visitors to spectre-ridden sites including the Old Nansemond County Courthouse, Riddick’s Folly and Cedar Hill Cemetery. Be sure to bring a camera, an EVP recorder, and possibly a spare pair of undies. Speaking for spooks and spirits.
The Suffolk Peanut Festival is far and away the city's biggest annual event. It attracts upward of 125,000 visitors, which is quite a bit higher than the town's population itself. It's got it all including a parade, rides, games, music, a motorcycle rally, a demolition derby, a peanut butter sculpting contest, the crowning of the Peanut Queen, and everyone's favorite festival feature: food, glorious food. Shrimp, chicken wings, barbeque, and of course all the goobers you can chew.
Suffolk Real Estate
Suffolk area real estate has many single-family homes and townhomes. Most residents in Suffolk own their homes. Suffolk home prices were up compared to last year, selling for a median price of just under 400K. The current market reflected that of a seller's market, however like most of the nation that is cooling.
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