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Radford, Virginia land and farms sit on the shore of the New River just south of the Shenandoah Valley. A rural haven surrounded by beautiful mountain views of Pulaski and Montgomery Counties, Radford was named after John B. Radford, whose 1838 estate Arnheim has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Radford’s historic setting has been home to many industries and the city’s current major employers include Kollmorgen Corporation, Aspen Motion, Third Securities Investment, and the ThermaSteel Corporation. Radford City Schools offer four K-12 schools accredited by the Virginia Board of Education and houses Radford University, which also acts as a major employer. Radford’s Office of Economic manages the development of commercial and industrial land, offering incentives and programs to help develop land and farms in Radford, Virginia. I-81 connects Radford to nearby Roanoke and the rest of Virginia.
Land and farms in Radford, Virginia include estates of all sizes and price ranges, historic properties, riverfront land, farmland, and acreages in the surrounding forests. Radford provides plenty of opportunities for recreation, with a vibrant downtown and cultural scene. Glencoe Museum offers a historical experience in a nationally registered Historic Place, while living history museum Ingles Farm transports visitors back to 19th-century life. Radford’s location on the banks of the New River also gives plenty of outdoor opportunities for recreation, with boat launches located throughout the city and designated launch areas for canoes, kayaks, and inner tubes. Fishermen will find fish biting all year round, from smallmouth bass to giant muskie. Radford has a flourishing birding community, supported by three stops on Virginia’s Birding and Wildlife Trail. For more structured activity, Radford Parks & Recreation Department hosts sports leagues and programs for all ages.
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