As natives of Montgomery County and the surrounding areas of Virginia, our team has been buying, listing, selling, and appraising property for more than 30 years in southwest Virginia. United Country Real Estate | Blue Ridge Land & Auction Company was founded in 1991. The office has achieved national recognition as a top 10, top 1% office in the nation and achieved the prestigious national excellence in marketing award, the “Genesis Award” in 2016, as well as being a top 10 office again in 2017. Our experienced team is confident that we have the knowledge and expertise to help you with your real estate and property needs.
Our team enjoys working with buyers and sellers for residential properties throughout the area and uniquely specializes in town homes, land, farms, recreational and hunting properties, waterfront, luxury country estates and of course pretty much any mountain property so prevalent in southwestern Virginia. We offer one of a kind services dedicated to specialty property marketing and advertising no others can. From numerous specialty property websites to large national buyer databases and cutting edge e-marketing techniques. We offer both traditional and auction methods of marketing both real estate and personal property associated with real estate depending on your needs and objectives.
United Country Real Estate | Blue Ridge Land & Auction offers properties to meet essentially every lifestyle. We offer homes for sale in Blacksburg VA, Christiansburg VA and other surrounding cities and towns, country homes with acreage, horse property, weekend vacation homes, historic homes, golf properties, farms and hobby farms, vineyards, ranches, recreational, hunting and fishing tracts, mountain properties and commercial businesses in this area. Our office provides real estate and auction services in Montgomery, Giles, Radford, Roanoke, Floyd and Pulaski Counties as well as other VA counties with some specialty properties.
Our office in Christiansburg, VA expands our ability to serve buyers and sellers in and around Virginia from three locations, Christiansburg, Abingdon and Floyd. Christiansburg is home to the New River, one of the world's oldest rivers, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Town is located at the crossroads of three major highways: Interstate 81, U.S. Route 460 and U.S. Route 11. I-81 forms the primary north-south thoroughfare from Maryland to Tennessee; U.S. Route 460 links Christiansburg with the Town of Blacksburg, approximately a half mile to the north; and U.S. Route 11 provides a direct connection with the City of Radford, approximately 10 miles to the west. U.S. Routes 11 and 460 dually connect Christiansburg to Roanoke to the northeast.
Christiansburg is one of two incorporated towns within Montgomery County and is a member of the New River Valley Planning District. This District encompasses Montgomery, Floyd, Giles and Pulaski Counties, as well as the City of Radford. Montgomery County has the largest and most rapidly growing population within the Planning District.
Montgomery County is home to an estimated 98,121 residents and covers 393 square miles.
The County - which is home to two of the state's four largest towns, Blacksburg and Christiansburg - is a high-tech community strategically located on the Interstate 81 corridor.
Christiansburg, the county seat, was incorporated in 1792 and named for Colonel William Christian. This area was an important stop on the Wilderness Road, which roughly corresponds to what we call U.S. Route 11 today.
As the retail hub of the County, Christiansburg is host to several shopping centers and restaurants. Major chain stores include Target, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, TJ Maxx, Barnes and Noble, Hobby Lobby and Grand Home Furnishings. Restaurants include Ruby Tuesday, Outback Steakhouse, Red Robin, O'Charley's, Red Lobster and Cracker Barrel.
Blacksburg was incorporated in 1871. The town of Blacksburg was originated on land donated by William Black, the town’s namesake, and was established at the same site as the previous settlement of Draper's Meadow.
Blacksburg is home to Virginia Tech, one of the nation’s leading educational institutions and research universities. The town is also home to the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, with 29 buildings and more than 150 companies.Graduates from area colleges and universities such as Radford University, Roanoke College, Virginia Western, New River Community College and more, add to the educated workforce to make a strong business community with a solid mix of high-tech, manufacturing, retail and professional services - including a variety of Fortune 500 firms.