Three generations of the Henley Family operate Henley's Farm. For nearly fifty years, Henley Farm has been providing fresh fruits and vegetables at fair prices in the Pungo section of Virginia Beach, VA. Winky and Barbara Henley welcome their sons, Bruce and Jeff as partners in the farm, and their families all live on the farm within "shouting distance" of each other. You might see Gavin and Lucy riding with their Dad on the tractor to plant vegetables, and the older grandchildren, Hunter, Skye and Sage may be working at the counters at the farm or the market.
At the farm, located at 3484 Charity Neck Road, you can "pick your own" fruits and vegetables. (Or even cut down your own Christmas Tree!) This year, our farm market will also be located on the farm, so you can pick your own or buy your fruits and vegetables already picked. You may want to call ahead to check on availability (757.426.7501) Remember to bring your own containers. Please consult the directions page for detailed driving instructions. We hope to see you soon.
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Another great location for the purchase of Henley's good produce will be provided this year at 2061 Pleasant Ridge Road about three miles down Princess Anne Road from the Pungo stoplight, on the southeast corner of Princess Anne and Pleasant Ridge Roads. A very unique twist will be that the farm market is located on the first floor of a house built circa 1850. Barbara Henley's grandparents purchased this property in 1943 and it has passed down now to the Henley family. It just seems that a great way to share this wonderful historical property with others is to make it a part of Henley Farm’s direct marketing operation.
You will be able to browse through the first floor of this wonderful old house to select your good foods grown and brought to this location from the Henley home farm on Charity Neck Road. The very same good foods that you will see on our crop calendar will be available here at this location, already picked and ready for you to enjoy. In addition, we will scour the area to find other locally produced foods that can add to your selection. You will always know which farm produced what will be offered.
The second floor of the farmhouse will be the base for local history research concentrating on lower Princess Anne County. Displays of some of that information will be rotated to the first floor so that you can keep up with what is going on with the research. Also on the first floor, will be displays of some reminders of the early years of the County. Not only will you be able to get some of the best of the area’s foods, but you will get a taste of the area’s past as well. We are excited about the opportunity to share Princess Anne Favorites with our guests. Help us provide the very best selections by letting us know what you most enjoy.