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This article is sponsored by the priest abuse lawyers in West Ghent. We encourage residents and visitors to learn more about the local communities in Norfolk, starting with West Ghent.
West Ghent is the 3rd best neighborhood to live in Norfolk, Virginia. Part of Norfolk City County, it has a population of 2,776 people. 54% of the residents who live in West Ghent own their own homes. The median home value in the neighborhood is $375,924. This is higher than the national average at $217,500. The median rent price for the area is $1,125. Households in West Ghent have an average income of $81,707. The education level of the residents is as follows:
West Ghent is surrounded by the communities of Chelsea, North Ghent Historic District, Ghent, Kensington, and Lamberts Point. The Norfolk Souther Lamber's Point Yard borders the northwest and west side of the neighborhood.
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The Walter Herron Taylor Elementary School is part of the Norfolk Public Schools System, which serves the West Ghent neighborhood. Situated on W. Princess Anne Road, the school has a population of 331 students from grades pre-Kindergarten through fifth. It has a student-to-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. Based on state standardized test scores, 87% of its students are at least proficient in reading, and 92% are in math. The elementary school has an overall Niche grade of a C plus and a GreatSchools rating of a 6 out of 10.
The Weyanoke Bird and Wildflower Sanctuary can be found on Armistead Bridge Road in the neighborhood of West Ghent. Open to the public on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to Sundays at 6 p.m., the Weyanoke Sanctuary was founded in 1979 by the Cape Henry Audubon Society because of the discovery of a Purple Gallinule. The mission of it is to protect the forest, marshlands, meadows and creek and to preserve the native plants in the area.
Some of the birds that have been sighted in the sanctuary are Mourning Dove, Chimney Swift, Laughing Gull, American Robin, Carolina Wren, Copper's Hawk, House Finch, Great Crested Flycatcher, Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, House Wren, Eastern Kingbird, Snowy Egret, Brown Thrasher, Purple Martin, Northern Cardinal, European Starling, Great Egret, American Goldfinch, and many more. Christmas Fern, Pawpaw and the Dogwood plant have also been seen growing there.
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