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Roanoke County land and farms entice investors, businesses, homebuyers and sportsmen due to its highly-skilled workforce, diverse economy, excellent transportation and abundant natural resources. Land in Roanoke County is adjacent to Bedford, Botetourt, Craig, Floyd, Franklin and Montgomery counties as well as the independent cities of Roanoke and Salem. Located in the Appalachian region, the 251-square-mile county is home to 93,400 residents who primarily live in the suburbs adjacent to cities. In addition to Blacksburg-Roanoke Regional Airport, road transportation includes I-81 and I-581. The county is one of the Top 10 Fourth Economy Communities due its quality of life, strong average wage points and workforce base. Farmland encompasses 26,114 acres, and crops are 67% of agricultural sales. Forty-four percent of the farmland remains as woodlands, making it a great boon for hunters looking for bear, deer and turkeys or for lumbering. Deer can be taken with bow and arrows. Fishing in Carven’s Cove Natural Reserve can provide smallmouth and largemouth bass, redeye, bluegill and catfish for dinner. The Blue Ridge Parkway, Jefferson National Forest and Explore Park offer hiking, biking, fishing, boating and bird-watching opportunities. Other attractions include Dixie Caverns, which hosts tours. Roanoke County Public Schools provides K-12 public education, and Hollins College offers higher learning.
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