FAIRFIELD, VIRGINIA BEACH. Built in the early 1970s on former farm land, this community tucked in the heart of Kempsville still holds the "premiere...
Once the center of a hardworking farm community, now the heart of the city’s metro area, Kempsville proudly represents the urbanized portion of Virginia Beach—where prime housing choices meet urban development at its finest.
Located in the city of Virginia Beach, Kempsville features two major shopping centers ( Providence Square and Fairfield Shopping Center), casual and fine dining, a community college campus, and a golf course and community center. The population of Kempsville totals just over 135,300 and is home to a mix of both young professionals and families alike, residents who enjoy the convenient, urban lifestyle of the area as well as the various public and private schools it offers. Popular and kid-friendly Kempsville attractions include Mount Trashmore Park, a converted landfill park (also the site of a skate park, kids cove, and multiple festivals year-round), along with the man-made Kemps Lake (with depths reaching 19 feet), a recreational destination for water sports.
Kempsville’s uniquely centralized location provides residents with easy access to shopping, schools, dining and entertainment options across Virginia Beach. The region also boasts a thriving real estate market with a variety of sub-neighborhoods —each with its own distinct feel and amenities. Whether you are looking for an apartment, condo, or single-family dwelling, Kempsville offers a number of areas to choose from! Some notable Kempsville neighborhoods include Point O’ View, Larkspur, Caroline Farms, Bellamy Manor, and Fairfield/Fairfield Forest (see below).