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Abingdon Abingdon (population about 8,000) is an historic and charming small community nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia. It has a thriving arts community and far more cultural opportunities than most small towns. It is home to a community college with over 3,000 students, and one of the oldest professional theaters in the country. Vast areas of unspoiled lands with magnificent views and outstanding recreational opportunities surround it. (Click here to view full report)

Charlottesville Charlottesville (population 45,000) is an historic and charming city in the rolling hills of central Virginia not far from the Blue Ridge mountain range. As home to an outstanding public university (University of Virginia), it is culturally rich and offers a great many amenities. (Click here to view full report)

Lexington Lexington (population 7,000) is a college town located in west-central Virginia, due west of Richmond and just two miles west of north-south route Interstate 81. It is an historic community with a rich history and a good number of amenities. The city is surrounded by vast areas of protected land with outstanding opportunities for outdoor activities hiking, horseback riding, fishing, camping, scenic touring, and more. It is home to Washington and Lee University and Virginia Military Institute. (Click here to view full report)

Roanoke Roanoke (population 96,000) is located in the western, mountainous region of the state. It is situated along interstate 81 and the Blue Ridge Parkway. The area offers great scenic beauty and outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities. The city offers a great number of amenities, including cultural events, entertainment, and outstanding healthcare. It also has a below average cost of living. Roanoke has repeatedly been chosen as an All-American City. (Click here to view full report)

Williamsburg Williamsburg (population 12,000) is located about 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., mid-way between Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia. Steeped in history, it is home to Colonial Williamsburg, a restored colonial village, and The College of William & Mary. It has wonderful charm and a great many amenities. This popular tourist destination is among the 10 fastest growing areas in Virginia. (Click here to view full report)

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