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For residents, there is no question about the best place to live and work in Virginia; Albemarle County offers a stable economy, highly rated school systems, low crime and unemployment rates, and countless cultural and recreational amenities.
Charlottesville has a distinctive flavor not missed by those who visit central Virginia. Its residents welcome you into the town's unique and eclectic mixture of the diverse and the familiar, and visitors quickly realize Charlottesville is a meeting place for the healthy, wealthy, and wise.
A jewel of central Virginia, Lynchburg is the ideal location; bordered by the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains on one side, the city is a wealth of beautiful protected mountain views only 180 miles from Washington D.C.
Central to Charlottesville, Richmond, and Washington D.C., neighboring Madison and Greene counties offer superior quality of life off the beaten path.
As Virginia's thriving capital, Richmond is widely recognized for its inviting combination of the economic vitality and diversity of a metropolis, and the rich history and beauty of the area in which it is found.
Nestled at the foothills of Albemarle County's majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, Scottsville is located south of Charlottesville on the scenic Horseshoe Bend of the James River.
Virginia's Shenandoah Valley offers verdant pastures, rolling hills, and quaint towns carved into the majestic Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains.
At in heart of the rolling hills of Augusta County, the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains frame Staunton's hilly streets and historic buildings.
For nearly two centuries, the University of Virginia has been a Charlottesville jewel, nurturing young minds in the beautiful central Virginia countryside.
Bordered by the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the James River to the east, Nelson County is the ideal location for nature enthusiasts and outdoorsmen.