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Housing around norfolk

Postby SUTHERNDUCKHUNTER » Sun Aug 23, 2009 1:34 pm

Whats up fellas

Im either heading to norfolk or little creek early next year after some schooling and i would really like to rent a house instead of an apartment. I know NOT a thing about the area, but i do know that i would really like to live outside the "city" area and somewhere I can build a fire or shoot my bow around the house and not have to worry about neighbors. If any of yall have any Area suggestions where i should start looking i would really appreciate it!
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Re: Housing around norfolk

Postby k9horseluvr » Sun Aug 23, 2009 8:31 pm

You will need to be willing to drive to get out somewhere like that. Cross the border into North Carolina. You used to be able to get out to Suffolk very reasonably but alot of that has been developed. It is hard to come by some land that is ourtrageously priced. Best of luck to you and hopefully you find a great place.
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Re: Housing around norfolk

Postby LEWDOG » Sun Aug 23, 2009 9:34 pm

Other then having to pay to cross the CBBT I would say to look over on Eastern Shore, but like K9 said you are talking a drive either way .

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Re: Housing around norfolk

Postby lukea.becker » Thu Oct 22, 2009 5:53 pm

check out pungo man, i live about 10 min from there in its pretty rural, you could definitely shoot and stuff out there if you find the right house.
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Re: Housing around norfolk

Postby duck slayR » Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:53 pm

Pungo and over around London Bridge Road is a good bet check it out!
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Re: Housing around norfolk

Postby MIKE J. » Fri Oct 23, 2009 7:48 am

Deep Creek area in Chesapeake :thumbsup: . burned everything and shot all I wanted too. Close to the major highways and Portsmouth Naval Hospital is 15 minutes away and the Shipyard NEX/commisary is even closer.

Daily commute to NOB / Little Creek was 40 minutes.


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Re: Housing around norfolk

Postby SUTHERNDUCKHUNTER » Sun Oct 25, 2009 2:17 pm

sweet, thanks for the imput fellas, ill be there sometime after march depending on if I go to School before hand. Hows the hunting around there, Do you have to drive a good distance inland, or is there plenty of hunting out there to be had around there? I looked online and there seems to be quite a few managment areas to duck hunt around. Didn't realize you couldn't hunt on sundays! Is that all land or just public? Thank ya!

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Re: Housing around norfolk

Postby duck slayR » Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:53 pm

Well there is public land close and if you want to drive you got that too as far as Sunday hunting goes thats "HUNTING" period wether its private land or public sorry to break it to ya!
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