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Located in picturesque forested hills along the southern border of Virginia, Martinsville is the county seat of Henry County and the principal city of the Martinsville Micropolitan Statistical Area. State Route 57 connects Martinsville, Virginia land and farms to Danville, Roanoke, and the rest of Virginia. The Piedmont Area Regional Transit system offers disabled-accessible bus routes through Martinsville and surrounding Henry County. Martinsville has a history with the furniture industry, and Hooker Furniture is still the city’s largest employer, along with Eastman and Monogram Food Solutions. Other leading industries in the city include healthcare and construction. Land and farms in Martinsville, Virginia include estates of all sizes and price ranges, riverfront properties, historical residences, hunting land, acreages, and commercial and industrial development properties.
Land and farms in Martinsville, Virginia offer access to city culture alongside a rural, home-town feel. Martinsville’s Downtown hosts the Virginia Museum of Natural History and the Piedmont Arts Association, which presents regional and international art exhibits and theatrical performances. The city supports several municipal parks, and outdoor activities include fishing, mountain biking trails, and hiking trails, including the Dick & Willie Passage Rail Trail, which runs 4.5 miles along the historical route of the Danville & Western Railroad corridor. Martinsville is home to the Martinsville Speedway, the shortest track in the NASCAR Cup Series and one of the oldest paved racing speedways in the U.S. The city also hosts ten buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the East Church Street-Starling Avenue, Fayette Street, and Martinsville Historic Districts, which offer classically designed restaurants, shops, and residential housing.
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