Sandbridge is as close to the Outer Banks as you can get in Virginia. A long spit of land about eight miles south of Virginia Beach's oceanfront, Sandbridge is dominated by big houses—some with up to eight or ten bedrooms. At the south end, are the pastel-colored buildings of the Sanctuary. These are privately owned condominiums rented Saturday to Saturday in summer, and on weekends off season. Two- to four-bedroom units are decorated according to the owners' tastes but all have the same basic floor plans: balconies overlooking the ocean, spacious living spaces, and granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens, washers and driers, and up to four bedrooms and four baths. Need lots of space? Penthouses have master bedrooms on two floors with jacuzzi tubs and infinity tubs an option. Corner units have four bedrooms and wraparound porches. You can check out all the units available for rent, as well as off-season rates, on the website.
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Sanctuary at Sandbridge
3700 Sandpiper Road S.
Our Rating Neighborhood South end of Virginia Beach, near the Outer Banks of North Carolina Transportation From downtown Virginia Beach, take Pacific Avenue (Route 60) south to General Booth Boulevard; after 5.7 miles, turn left onto Princess Anne Road; take a slight left onto Sandbridge Road and turn left onto Sandpiper Road; destination will be on the left Phone 757/457-0050 or 866/933-4801 Prices Weekly summer rates: $1,600–$2,500 2-bedroom, $1,600–$2,500 3-bedroom, $2,300–$4,200 4-bedroom Units 249 Amenities 3 outdoor pools, seasonal pool bar, 2 fitness rooms, game room, land line phones (important since cellular service can be spotty here), free parking, free Wi-Fi in most units Web site Sanctuary at Sandbridge
Map3700 Sandpiper Road S. Virginia Beach
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