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NAS Oceana Housing: 5 On-Base Options
NAS Oceana Housing: 5 On-Base OptionsNAS Oceana Housing: 5 On-Base Options

NAS Oceana Housing: 5 On-Base Options


So you’ve been assigned orders to a new base, and now you’re looking for a place to live. House hunting in the military can be challenging, especially if you’re doing it from afar and don’t know much about the area you’re moving to next. Don’t worry! Read on and use this guide to learn more about the housing options available to you at Naval Air Station Oceana.

Suggested Read: NAS Oceana: In-Depth Welcome Center

NAS Oceana BAH

NAS Oceana BAH

You can follow this link to look up your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for your rank and zip code. This will help you create your budget and guide your home search.

To learn more about what goes into your military BAH rate, visit our in-depth guide here.

NAS Oceana Barracks

NAS Oceana unaccompanied housing is available for single or unaccompanied service members in the ranks of E1 to E3 and E4 with less than 4 years of service. E4s may be required to live on base, space permitting. More senior service members and navy geo bachelors may also be eligible for unaccompanied housing. Unaccompanied personnel housing can be reached at 1 (757) 433-3791 or 1 (757) 433-3978. Visit the NAS Oceana Navy Housing website for more information on unaccompanied personnel housing amenities and eligibility.

NAS Oceana Housing Office

NAS Oceana Housing Office

If you will not be living in the dorms or barracks at NAS Oceana, the Navy Housing Service Center should be one of your first stops. This office offers relocation services and information and support for service members and families as they move to their new base.

Housing Service Center for NAS Oceana and Dam Neck Annex
Building 280
1596 Tomcat Blvd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23460
Phone: 1 (757) 433-3268, 1 (757) 433-3068, 1 (757) 433-3368, or 1 (757) 433-3221

NAS Oceana Military Housing

NAS Oceana Military Housing

At NAS Oceana, military family housing is privatized. In addition to your option to purchase and rent housing in the local community, you may choose to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease agreement with Lincoln Military Housing, which owns the family housing and is responsible for constructing, maintaining, repairing, and managing the community.

NAS Oceana’s military family housing communities offer a variety of house styles and floor plans. Communities provide easy access to parks and play areas, as well as Virginia Beach and all its amenities and venues, including the boardwalk, the aquarium, and golf courses.

School-age children living in NAS Oceana military housing may attend Virginia Beach City Public Schools.

Applying for on-base housing is easy, but don’t hesitate to contact the district housing office if you have questions.

Oceana District Housing Office
1200 S. Birdneck Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Phone: 1 (757) 447-9851

Note: NAS Oceana military housing is available for Navy, Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, United States Coast Guard and National Guard members.

Benefits of Living in Base Housing

  • No application fees.
  • No credit checks.
  • No security deposit.
  • No commute or wait at the gate at on-base communities and shorter commutes at off-base communities.
  • Convenient access to the commissary, exchange, and base recreation facilities.

Base Housing Features and Amenities

  • Pet-friendly.
  • All major kitchen appliances included.
  • Washer and dryer connections.
  • Average utility usage included.
  • 24-hour emergency maintenance service.
  • Landscaping services.
  • Waste and (opt-in) recycling collection.
  • Features of NAS Oceana Neighborhoods
  • Playgrounds and play areas.
  • Resident activities and events.

The Communities at NAS Oceana

1. Windmills Walk

Ranks: O1-O5
Located at Dam Neck Annex, Windmills Walk is just a few steps away from the beach. This community offers recently renovated single-level homes with three to four bedrooms. Homes in this community have garages or carports, storage sheds, and fenced yards. Other amenities include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, solid wood kitchen cabinets, and ceramic floors in the kitchen.

2. Fairway Crescent

Ranks: O1-O5
Fairway Crescent is located on NAS Oceana. Fairway Crescent’s single-level duplex homes have three to four bedrooms. Homes in this community have fenced yards, covered parking, and storage units. The community is close to the base’s golf course, water park, fitness center, theater, bowling alley, and other base recreational facilities.

3. Midway Manor

Ranks: E1-E9
Midway Manor has spacious homes with three to five bedrooms. Homes feature garages and fenced backyards. There is a pool adjacent to the district office at Midway Manor that is open to all residents of the Oceana District free of charge. Midway Manor is 9 miles from base and within walking distance of White Oaks Elementary School.

4. The Village at Midway Manor

Ranks: E1-E9
The Village at Midway Manor’s spacious homes has three to five bedrooms and two-car garages. Homes have private fenced-in backward and storage sheds as well. The community is 9 miles from base.

5. Wadsworth Shores

Ranks: E1-E9
Wadsworth Shores has recently renovated two-story homes with three to four bedrooms. The community features a community center with gathering and meeting rooms and some ASYMCA classrooms. Wadsworth Shores is 3 miles from base.


Moving to a new place can be stressful, but there are plenty of great housing options at NAS Oceana. You’re sure to find the ideal housing for you and your family’s needs. Housing on base is limited, so be sure to connect with the Housing Service Center as soon as you receive your orders to NAS Oceana. We hope you find NAS Oceana is soon home sweet home.

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