Talbot Park is a neighborhood in Norfolk, Virginia with a population of 3,781. Talbot Park is in Norfolk City County and is one of the best places to live in Virginia. In Talbot Park, most residents rent their homes. In Talbot Park there are a lot of parks. Many young professionals live in Talbot Park and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Talbot Park are above average.
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Talbot Park Reviews
"Talbot Park" = Talbot Park, Riverpoint Apts, Riverpoint, West Belvedere, Belvedere, Ellsworth & Cromwell Farm. All off the Granby Street Corridor on 1 side & branches of Lafayette River on the other. Very suburban feel but be on base, ODU, downtown, or in Ghent in minutes. Non-cookie cutter, custom-built homes. Tall trees/green spaces, park/playground, hospital, synagogue, churches & a community center. Very low crime rate. Friendly neighbors with lots of dog walkers, joggers, young mom exercise groups, kids playing basketball or using playground equipment. Neighbors have rehabilitated the park shoreline by replacing invasive non-native plants (phragmites) with labeled, native plantings. Great place to canoe, kayak, or motorboat. Lots of wildlife - osprey, hawks, egrets, herons, foxes, rabbits, & rays & dolphins spotted in July/August. A very peaceful place to be.
I choose "it's okay" because I look at my community from somewhat of a child's point of view, being that I am only eight-teen. Here lives many caucasion families of different age groups and not family children to play with.
I've personally never had a problem with crime in my neighborhood. Police patrol the area annually but we've never needed to call upon them for assistance. Besides the color difference my surrounding neighbors are all helpful in keeping everyone safe.