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The independent city of Bristol, VA shares the southwest border of Virginia with Bristol, Tennessee, separated only by their collective main thoroughfare, State Street. Bristol, VA land and farms are surrounded by neighboring Washington County and are a central part of the Tri-Cities metropolitan statistical area, consisting of Bristol, Johnson City, and Kingsport. The US Congress named Bristol, VA the “Birthplace of Country Music” in 1998 due to its role in the development of the country music recording industry. It has been named one of the Best 100 Communities for Music Education in the United States and is home to the Birthplace of Country Music Museum. Bristol, Virginia land and farms have access to one of the most advanced broadband networks in the country, with the BVU Authority supplying full Fiber access to residences and businesses throughout the city.
This idyllic city offers estates of all sizes and price ranges, farmland, hunting land, riverfront land, and acreages. The city’s high-speed internet access, well-located plots of land and position near the Virginia-Tennessee border make Bristol, VA land and farms ideal sites for commerce and development. Its location in the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and along the banks of Little Creek and Beaver Creek gives the city a backdrop of natural beauty, and you don’t have to leave the city to find a good place to go fishing, hiking, or hunting. Bristol’s proximity to Interstate 81 connects the city to major cities like Knoxville, Tennessee and Roanoke, Virginia. The nearby Tri-Cities Regional Airport services 195,000 annual passengers, providing air access to major airports around the country for both passenger and cargo flights.
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